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Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy

The BRANZ maintenance schedule is a free online tool that allows your builder or designer to create a maintenance schedule report once the build is complete.

The report details materials used and the maintenance requirements set out in the Building Act 2004, Section 4, and 2a (ii)(iii)

4. Principles to be applied in performing functions or duties, or exercising powers, under this Act

(2) In achieving the purpose of this Act, a person to whom this section applies must take into account the following principles that are relevant to the performance of functions or duties imposed, or the exercise of powers conferred, on that person by this Act:

(a) when dealing with any matter relating to 1 or more household units,—

(i) the role that household units play in the lives of the people who use them, and the importance of—

(A) the building code as it relates to household units; and

(B) the need to ensure that household units comply with the building code:

(ii) the need to ensure that maintenance requirements of household units are reasonable:

(iii) the desirability of ensuring that owners of household units are aware of the maintenance requirements of their household units:


  1. To read the maintenance schedule disclaimer and copyright, click here.
  2. When submitting a request, your information will be captured on the BRANZ database. No information will be provided outside of BRANZ.
  3. By ticking that you have read and agree to the terms and conditions of use, including the anti-spam and privacy policy, permits BRANZ to:
    1. Use the information captured in the submission form to send an email to the builder from the homeowner requesting a maintenance schedule report.
    2. A copy of the email sent to the builder will be sent to the homeowner.
  4. By ticking to receive updates from BRANZ, permits BRANZ to send future updates from BRANZ that would be of interest to a homeowner.

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