We were delighted to take out the top gong for “2017 Waterwise Home – Over $500,000” (sponsored by the Water Corporation) at the 2017 Master Builders Bankwest Housing Excellence awards. This award further demonstrates our commitment to not only designing and building quality homes, renovations and additions – but also our dedication to sustainability. Our…Read More
Ryan Cole won a finalist award in the Professional Small Builder/Renovator of the Year category for the third consecutive year. The winner/finalist awards were given by The Housing Industry Association for the 2016 Perth Housing Awards. HIA Professional Builder/Renovator Awards recognise a builder’s professionalism in the housing industry and encourages continuous improvement in its business…Read More
A 100% strike rate is a great effort – and that’s exactly what we achieved at the 2016 HIA – COLORBOND® steel PERTH HOUSING AWARDS held at the Perth Exhibition and Convention Centre on Saturday the 29th of November 2016. By having only two entries the odds were firmly against us – but Ryan Cole…Read More
Building your new home should be an utterly enjoyable journey, but it’s not unusual to hear nightmare stories from disgruntled home-owners often resolute in never repeating the experience again. Unfortunately, this seems to be the rule rather than the exception and it begs the question…..why? By putting your most important investment (and your hopes and…Read More
At Cole face of quality By Angie Tomlinson Struck down with carpal tunnel syndrome in both hands as a young carpenter, Ryan Cole’s career was forced to take an unexpected turn. It has resulted in him forming a successful building business, first as Savvy Construction and no under its new name, Ryan Cole. With seven…Read More
Ryan Cole Homes were recently featured in a West Australian Newspapers article on Saturday the 11th of March, 2016.
“Three previous owners of this unusual Hillarys block came and went before it was snapped by builder Ryan Cole, who had the vision and skill to create his own suburban oasis… “
Ryan was working as carpenter when he developed carpal tunnel syndrome in both hands and was forced to down tools.
His desire to remain in the building industry saw him working as a residential scheduler, then moving into residential estimating, commercial estimating and finally became Financial Controller for a British refurbishment company.Read More