Helping to keep homes safe

Grant Kedian.

Active Testing Solutions is fast becoming New Zealand’s largest and most trusted property testing company, with flagship products in healthy homes standards assessments, meth testing and asbestos testing.

“It is with great pride that we accept the award for Most Trusted Business – Property Testing, Bay of Plenty,” says ATS’ Grant Kedian.

“We enjoy fostering lasting relationships with our amazing clients, which we find leads to us becoming an extension of their own business. We have seen this apply to both property management companies and private landlord clients.

“It is this sense of support and trust that has seen ATS release New Zealand’s most comprehensive Property Assessment Subscription.”

The Visual Assessment Maintenance Programme (VAMP) offers landlords and property managers complete peace of mind when it comes to meeting key areas of the Residential Tenancies Act.

“In addition to this, we provide landlords with the opportunity to take the wheel when it comes to maintenance, with an incredibly detailed maintenance assessment completed by one of our own internal qualified builders,” says Grant.

The VAMP costs just $249 plus gst annually, and includes an in-depth annual maintenance assessment carried out by one of their qualified builders, a detailed report with maintenance recommendations and an annual assessment of the property against the existing Healthy Homes Standards (HHS) Assessment Report.

Also included are unlimited smoke alarm assessments, including free replacement with top-end $49 smoke alarms, and a $100 discount on all baseline meth testing at the property should the customer elect to have methamphetamine testing conducted.

If the property has not previously had an HHS Assessment conducted, the maintenance assessment will be replaced with a standalone HHS Assessment and a standalone Smoke Alarm Assessment in the first year of the subscription. All other services remain unchanged.  

If you would like to jump on board with ABS’ VAMP programme, call: 0800 005 321.

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