Licensed Building Practitioners Certification

Licensed Building Practitioners Certification

What does LICENCED BUILDING PRACTITIONERS (LBPs) CERTIFICATION mean?

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LBPs are building practitioners who have been assessed as competent to carry out building work essential to the structure or weathertightness of residential buildings.

The LBP scheme was launched in November 2007 following an amendment to the Building Act 2004. Its purpose is to encourage competent building practitioners to build homes right the first time. The scheme also gives consumers the necessary information to make informed decisions about the competence of building practitioners they may engage.

From 1st March 2012 it became an offence (with a fine of up to $20,000) for a building practitioner eg – roofer, to carry out Restricted Building work unless they or someone supervising their work is appropriately licenced.

At Peninsula Roofing Ltd we have embraced the LBP scheme. Our commitment to on-going training has enabled all our roofers to be licenced as qualified practitioners. They hold a NZQA Level 4 National Certificate in Roofing covering the following areas:

  • Profiled Metal Roofing and/or Wall Cladding
  • Metal Tile Roofing
  • Roof Membrane
  • Torch-on Roof Membrane
  • Liquid Membrane Roof

The LBP scheme requires licence holders to renew their licence every two (2) years. Our roofers are required to undertake on-going training and keep up to date with industry changes and regulations. While doing this, they obtain points which they are required to submit when they renew their licence.

With this knowledge, you can be assured that at Peninsula Roofing Ltd we are able to provide you with roofers who are qualified and licensed and up-to-date with the very latest industry products and regulations. 

To find out more, go to https://www.lbp.govt.nz/

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Licensed Building Practitioners Certification

Licensed Building Practitioners Certification

What does LICENCED BUILDING PRACTITIONERS (LBPs) CERTIFICATION mean?

Words by Peninsula Roofing & Scaffolding

LBPs are building practitioners who have been assessed as competent to carry out building work essential to the structure or weathertightness of residential buildings.

The LBP scheme was launched in November 2007 following an amendment to the Building Act 2004. Its purpose is to encourage competent building practitioners to build homes right the first time. The scheme also gives consumers the necessary information to make informed decisions about the competence of building practitioners they may engage.

From 1st March 2012 it became an offence (with a fine of up to $20,000) for a building practitioner eg – roofer, to carry out Restricted Building work unless they or someone supervising their work is appropriately licenced.

At Peninsula Roofing Ltd we have embraced the LBP scheme. Our commitment to on-going training has enabled all our roofers to be licenced as qualified practitioners. They hold a NZQA Level 4 National Certificate in Roofing covering the following areas:

  • Profiled Metal Roofing and/or Wall Cladding
  • Metal Tile Roofing
  • Roof Membrane
  • Torch-on Roof Membrane
  • Liquid Membrane Roof

The LBP scheme requires licence holders to renew their licence every two (2) years. Our roofers are required to undertake on-going training and keep up to date with industry changes and regulations. While doing this, they obtain points which they are required to submit when they renew their licence.

With this knowledge, you can be assured that at Peninsula Roofing Ltd we are able to provide you with roofers who are qualified and licensed and up-to-date with the very latest industry products and regulations. 

To find out more, go to https://www.lbp.govt.nz/

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Licensed Building Practitioners Certification

Licensed Building Practitioners Certification

What does LICENCED BUILDING PRACTITIONERS (LBPs) CERTIFICATION mean?

Words by Peninsula Roofing & Scaffolding

LBPs are building practitioners who have been assessed as competent to carry out building work essential to the structure or weathertightness of residential buildings.

The LBP scheme was launched in November 2007 following an amendment to the Building Act 2004. Its purpose is to encourage competent building practitioners to build homes right the first time. The scheme also gives consumers the necessary information to make informed decisions about the competence of building practitioners they may engage.

From 1st March 2012 it became an offence (with a fine of up to $20,000) for a building practitioner eg – roofer, to carry out Restricted Building work unless they or someone supervising their work is appropriately licenced.

At Peninsula Roofing Ltd we have embraced the LBP scheme. Our commitment to on-going training has enabled all our roofers to be licenced as qualified practitioners. They hold a NZQA Level 4 National Certificate in Roofing covering the following areas:

  • Profiled Metal Roofing and/or Wall Cladding
  • Metal Tile Roofing
  • Roof Membrane
  • Torch-on Roof Membrane
  • Liquid Membrane Roof

The LBP scheme requires licence holders to renew their licence every two (2) years. Our roofers are required to undertake on-going training and keep up to date with industry changes and regulations. While doing this, they obtain points which they are required to submit when they renew their licence.

With this knowledge, you can be assured that at Peninsula Roofing Ltd we are able to provide you with roofers who are qualified and licensed and up-to-date with the very latest industry products and regulations. 

To find out more, go to https://www.lbp.govt.nz/

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Peninsula Roofing & Scaffolding

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