display home changes
All three of our display homes are now closed to drop-in visits, viewing by appointment only.
The team at Martin Locke Homes would like to advise that we remain open for business and reassure our clients and trade and supply partners that construction on site is continuing unaffected at this stage.
However, we are continuing to monitor the evolving COVID-19 situation and we are taking appropriate steps in line with advice from authorities.
measures we are taking
As a proactive precaution, we have made the decision to close all three of our display homes (Elliot Springs, Harris Crossing & North Shore) to drop-in visits - effective immediately. This will mean the display homes are closed this weekend and indefinitely until the health risk posed by COVID-19 passes.
This decision has not been one taken lightly, however the health and safety of our staff, clients, trade & supply partners and display home visitors is our highest priority and we ask anyone planning to visit us to please contact us ahead to make appropriate arrangements.
NEW WAYS TO WORK TOGETHER
These unprecedented conditions have required a new way of thinking around how we communicate with our current clients and those looking to build some time in the future.
We are able to hold face-to-face meetings via Skype, Facetime or your preferred online meeting method.
We will soon be releasing video walkthoughs of our display homes so you can view them online.
We have enabled a Live Chat option - through our website. You will be able to chat directly with Nat Green, our New Home Consultant through our website.
You can speak with her in real time during business hours or leave her a message after hours.
Message from Martin
As Martin Locke Homes approaches its 10th birthday I'm proud to say, looking back, that what stands out is a demonstrated resilience, not just on behalf of MLH alone but collectively by the construction industry in general.
The past decade has dished out some persistent, tough economic conditions as well as natural disasters and now, this health crisis COVID-19.
If any sector understands the hardship the tourism and retail industries are currently facing - it is the construction industry and especially the retail housing industry.
As a committed local business we will try to support our community as best we can by doing what we do best, continuing to build homes. This is our way of helping support our trade and supply partners, many of which are family-run businesses, as well as the individuals working in those businesses.
We thank our clients and partners for your ongoing support.
Please stay safe and we wish you and your families and friends all the very best.
Martin Locke | Managing Director