tassie bushfire recovery

Finalised our first sale of a shed this week, to help in the bushfire recovery process – it will be in Murdunna in Southern Tasmania.

A discount to the buyer of about $1000!

Hopefully the first of many more as people start to rebuild …

Please note that we are the ONLY agent in Australia offering this special discount to bush-fire affected residents in Tasmania.

Don’t call head office – call us direct! Otherwise you will miss out on some of the savings.

Phone: 61 03 6372 2724 (Tues-Sat, 10-4)
Email: gonerustic@gmail.com

WSS kit homes and sheds - image

For more information, please click here.

tasmanian bushfires

Apart from having a gallery and studio, we operate an agency selling Wide Span Sheds and Homes. The devastion in our island state has prompted us to commit to give up 50% of our commission on kit homes and/or sheds sold to victims of the Tasmanian bushfires, MATCHED BY a dollar-for-dollar discount donated by the company.

Country Home

This gives a total of 10 % off the listed price of our buildings to any victim of the bushfires who provides proof of loss of buildings (eg. copy of insurance assessment).  For example, if a kit home costs $40,000, the saving amounts to $4000.

 

The buildings are designed for the owner builder, which really helps to save on labour costs.  However, clients can also opt to employ a builder to put them up.
Here are some of the types of buildings we offer:

Country Estate

Aussie Barn

Gable Open

Rural Retreat

To see the full range, please visit www.sheds.com.au


Our agency can be contacted direct at:

Gone Rustic,
37 Main Street
St Marys Tas 7215

0363722724 (diverts to mobile if unanswered)
gonerustic@gmail.com

Rita and Ian Summers =D

important notice from gone rustic

i’m very excited – we are renovating the gallery inside and out, starting on 27 august!

this means we’ll need to be closed for a couple of weeks

for details, please click on the link below:

Notice re closure for renovations – Gone Rustic Aug-Sept 2012

this photo shows what it looks like now (the exterior won’t change a lot, but the trims will be a different colour; keeping the doors red, though)

i will post ‘in progress’ photos next week ….