WikiBuild for Homeowners

It’s your answer in construction

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How it works

We are aiming to restore confidence back into the domestic construction sector.

We have Architects, Engineers and Building Surveyors on board to help populate the site; giving their own impartial advice so that no matter what the query is, we've got it covered, but we need many more! As you can imagine there is a phenomenal amount of content to be compiled and a huge mountain to climb; however it is very climbable and we're currently at base-camp.

If you or your company want to become a contributor and help regain trust with homeowners, please feel free to contact us at; you'd be helping us make the difference in the domestic market whilst also showcasing your knowledge base and exposing your services to potential customers from near and far.

We're not asking you to specifically compose blogs for us to use (although we do have a list of topics that need covered); you guys are already blogging on your own websites!! Why not recycle them!? Let them (blogs) form part of a wider cause and get recognition for doing so. Jump on board and become a WikiBuild contributor.

NB. It is free for professionals to feature their company’s details on this site.

About WikiBuild

For the average Homeowner who doesn't know where to start with their construction project and is afraid of making the wrong decisions. Unlike all current sources of information available, WikiBuild gives free impartial advice that you can trust, so the homeowner can proceed with their project with confidence.

WikiBuild is a collective source of knowledge that educates, guides and advises homeowners from start to finish.

All advice and guidance is collaboratively compiled by independent Architects, Engineers, Surveyors and specialist trades; manufacturers and suppliers.

The Site

As you can imagine the sheer mountain of content (videos, blogs and information) that is required to cover all possible aspects of construction for each homeowner; from a leaking pipe to building their dream home; we (WikiBuild) and our contributors (professionals, trades and suppliers) are working tirelessly to get it together ASAP.

Meanwhile we have launched this site so that there is a place for you to visit and submit your queries for us to help you with.

When we do launch our main site, it will be continuously updated on a daily basis to keep up with new trends, materials, services and information in construction.

Why WikiBuild?

Before launching Wikibuild, our CEO always took on at least 3 projects a year that were pro-bono, as he knew their budget didn't allow for a professional and he also knew that they’d put themselves in a difficult financial position because the budget was so tight; this was a service that he enjoyed immensely, helping decent honest people achieve their dream house/extension and money was not the driving factor!!

The only frustrating thing about this was, he was only helping 3-4 people a year; not good enough!

WikiBuild is his/our vehicle to potentially help out tens of 000's of homeowners for free with no vested interest other than ensuring that the homeowner is getting the right advice and is guided throughout the process.

As owning a home and or buying a home is one of the biggest investments that most people will make in their lifetime, we want to ensure that people are given as much information and guidance as possible.

We know that there are fantastic professionals, trades, contractors and service providers that go far beyond their call of duty when it comes to their clients. These are the companies we want to put up on a plinth for all to see. We want to give easy access to these companies for homeowners, should they need them.

I want to feature on WikiBuild and/or become a contributor

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NB. It is free for professionals to feature their company’s details on this site.


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