The Busy Bees has been serving the Orange District with licensed and skilled workmanship in home maintenance, carpentry, and waterproofing for 25 years.
Countless renovations have been completed to high customer satisfaction including extensions, bathrooms, kitchens, and heritage fencing.
John is a skilled project manager, working with the best local carpenters, plumbers, electricians, tilers and painters to ensure the success of your home renovation project.
In 2013, Rotary and Orange City Council commenced a two-year project to relocate and restore a rare mid-19th century flat-pack style cottage to the Orange Botanical Garden precinct. "Emmaville Cottage" is thought to have been the birthplace of Banjo Paterson. John supervised the move and restoration which was the subject of a first-season episode of ABC TV's Restoration Australia.
After the April 2015 earthquake in Nepal, John organised a two-week volunteer project with a group of 10 tradespeople, who worked in isolation and extreme heat conditions to rebuild a school in a remote part of the country.
John has been twice awarded the Paul Harris Fellowship Award in recognition for his services to Rotary.