Quality Cubby Houses
Quality Cubby Houses has been a market leader in the design and manufacture of Western Red Cedar and Treated Pine cubby houses since 1994. Our company principal is a fully licensed builder under the NSW Dept of Fair Trading and has a long and distinguished record of building work. Our appreciation that safety is paramount in the design and the recognition that children should be able to play safely in their own back yard, has been the driving force in the quality of our cubby houses over the last 15 years and we are pleased to introduce our latest range. We have called this latest range the Mountain Range and named all the different models after places in the NSW Blue Mountains. A proudly Australian Range.
Quality Cubbies stands by its name and incorporates the best building practices in all of its cubby houses with the safety of your children first and foremost. In 2004, when there were discussions in the industry regarding the use of CCA treated pine, we were the first cubby house manufacturer to move away from this treatment to the currently acceptable LOSP or ACQ treatments.
Our intention is to supply the best quality and safest product at a competitive price to our customers. We currently are suppliers to The Make a Wish Foundation, Starlight Foundation, Mattel (Matchbox Toys), Colgate Palmolive, Bayer, Queensland Investment Corporation
(Westfield), and many other notable companies.
We have been chosen by these companies to supply cubby houses because of our ability and experience to design and manufacture styles for safety, appearance, quality and performance.
For more information visit www.cubbyhouse.com.au
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