Just Sheds supply quality temporary buildings (like a Portacom) to the greater Rotorua region.
Our site offices, lunchrooms and toilets have been used at many of the major tourist attractions in Rotorua and are ideal for temporary accommodation or extra space when needed.
Our portable buildings are transported by hi-ab truck they can quickly be delivered to any area very cost effectively.
New buildings are always available to come to your construction site or project. No matter where you are in the Rotorua area, we will try to get a building to you.
We pride ourselves on going the extra mile for our Rotorua customers and always strive to ensure that:
Our temporary buildings are in great condition (in fact most of our temporary offices are like new and even double glazed!)
We provided great rates that exceed expectation.
Buildings can be fitted to suit your needs.
All buildings are well maintained and everything is in working order.
Delivery can be organised within hours!
Give Aaron a call on 027 552 6369 or 0800 555 508 to discuss your requirements in Rotorua.
Rotorua is located on a volcanic plateau in the central North Island and has a population of 68,000 residents. The region has 16 lakes in total and Lake Rotorua, which the city surrounds, is 300 metres above sea level. Although, Rotorua has been dubbed Rotten-rua due to its hydrogen sulphide emissions giving off a rotten egg like smell, it has still been voted New Zealand’s most beautiful city six times.
Steam escaping into the air shows off the regions geothermal activity which Rotorua is famously known for. Geysers and bubbling mud pools, hot thermal springs and the Buried Village are all within easy reach for visitors.
The mountains, lakes, forests and rivers provide for an assortment of interests such as fishing, hunting, mountain biking, bush walks, and sailing making Rotorua one our Country’s top tourist attractions or destination for a fun-filled family holiday.
Rotorua is the heartland of New Zealand’s Maori culture and while the locals love to entertain and educate their guests with their cities heritage and culture, they still maintain that small town charm.