Just Sheds Temporary Transportable Buildings Whakatane

Portable Buildings in the Whakatane Area

Just Sheds supply quality temporary buildings to the greater Whakatane area. We have many site cabins, smoko rooms, small toilets etc on projects such as schools, meeting houses, commercial projects etc around the East Cape.

As our buildings are like a Portacom and are transported by hi-ab truck they can quickly be located to any area very cost effectively.

New buildings are always under construction and are ready right now to come to your work site or project. No matter where you are in the Whakatane area, we will try to get a building to you.

Our transportable Building Hire in the Whakatane Area

We pride ourselves on going the extra mile for our Whakatane and East Cape 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 Whakatane.

About Whakatane

Around 40% of the 34,400 people living in the Whakatane districts are of Maori descent and it’s no surprise why the early settlers travelled vast distances to enjoy this warm and peaceful part of the Bay of Plenty.

The seas are aplenty and a valuable food source. Dairy farming, fishing, forestry, manufacturing and tourism are also signification contributions for this community.

New Zealand’s most active volcano, WhiteIsland is located 48 kilometres north of Whakatane and a popular destination for day cruises and scuba diving. The area also offers other popular activities such as swimming with dolphins; whale watching, chartered fishing cruises, surf tours, hunting, scenic flights and bushwalks. The Whakatane township includes excellent shopping, cafes and restaurants.

A civil emergency was declared in Whakatane in July 2004.  245.8mm of rain fell on the area within a 48 hour period  forcing thousands of residents to evacuate their homes. Many small earthquakes were also recorded during this time and as a result landslides tragically claimed two lives, the first earthquakes related deaths of 40 years!