Designed to Impress, Built to Endure
In the competitive world of home building, Ikon Homes stands out as the family that builds for families. Small (but perfectly formed) we pride ourselves on our welcoming culture, attention to detail, and understanding of the market we operate in.
Proudly New Zealand owned and operated, the Kiwi family is the heart and soul of our business.
Ikon Homes was founded by experienced builder Colin Beaumont and his wife Lorraine. Colin’s been in the industry for years – he owned a successful building company in East Auckland before moving into the North Auckland market in 2012.
The Beaumont’s son Blair is also a builder, he contracts to his folks and undertakes many of the Ikon Homes builds. This focus on family resonates with clients.
“The comments we get back from customers are that they like the friendly, family company culture. We are able to combine these values with offering great buying power and competitive pricing,” he says.
Quality is a cornerstone of Ikon Homes’ ethos. The Beaumont’s are members of the Master Builders Federation and only use licensed building practitioners for their builds.
The company offers an extensive range of plans, which can be adapted to suit clients’ needs, and also offers a full design and build service with an in-house designer. Clients can also approach the company with their own plans.
Colin and Lorraine established the business in 2012 and it has been steadily establishing a sound reputation in the busy Auckland Housing market. A builder by trade, Colin had owned a successful building company in East Auckland in the past and for 24 years had owned a thriving kiwifruit orchard and labour supply management company in Te Puke. The move to take on a Building Business was prompted by the desire to get back into building new homes.
Ikon is also committed to building for the future, offering clients green technology and ensuring each home is solar ready.
“All the cabling for solar is included in the roof to make it easy to connect this technology at a later date. It’s definitely becoming more popular with customers investing up front if they can and if not with the peace of mind that they can easily install solar at a later date when they are ready,” explains Colin.