Local knowledge with a country can-do attitude
Born and bred in the Hunter Valley, Matt and Paula Clark use their local knowledge and country can-do attitude to build a bright business future in the place they call home.
Based in Singleton, both Matt and Paula were born in Scone where their two children now go to school.
“Scone has always been home to us, even when we were living in Dubbo,” Matt said. “The Hunter is where all our family and friends live and we couldn’t imagine being anywhere else.”
As long-time locals, many people in the Hunter know the Clarks and their extended families, some of whom have well established businesses in the area.
“People know how much personal investment we have in the Hunter – we’re not going anywhere,” Paula said.
As a contracted administrator for the NSW Land and Housing Commission, Matt says quality is always top of mind when dealing with any project.
“On behalf of the Commission I conduct quality assurance checks on buildings, so I always ensure my builds are well and truly up to code,” Matt said. “We enjoy a 100 per cent success rate on compliance on residential builds. This means our clients can feel secure in the knowledge that they’ll be delivered the highest quality work with no unpleasant surprises down the track.”
To Paula, building trust and demonstrating reliability are two of the most important aspects of her day-to-day dealings with customers.
“We’re completely upfront and honest which I think people respond well to. Our main goal is to help people realise their dream of moving into their own brand new home, with a minimum of fuss.”
“We love seeing people satisfied and happily settled and that’s what motivates us at the end of the day.”