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Boreholes / Wellpoints
Borehole/Wellpoint Installations
  1. Craft Wellpoints & Irrigation

  2. Craft Wellpoints have been in the irrigation business for over 15 years in the Cape Town and surrounding areas. We are proud to offer a full house service at a reasonable cost. We believe that everyone should have a well point, to save Cape Town from a drinking water disaster.


Home Improvements Associations
Agrement South Africa (ASA)
  1. Agrement South Africa (ASA)

  2. Agrément South Africa shall support and promote the process of integrated socio-economic development in South Africa as it relates to the construction industry by facilitating the introduction, application and utilisation of satisfactory innovation and technology development, in a manner which will add value to the process and by so doing enhance Agrément South Africa`s position as the internationally acknowledged, objective South African centre for the assessment and certification of innovative non-standardised construction products, systems, materials, components and processes, which are not fully covered by a South African Bureau of Standards standard or code of practice.



  3. South African Institute of Electrical Engineers (SAIEE)

  4. The South African Institute of Electrical Engineers, formed in 1909, has grown to over 5000 members. Members are professionally engaged in the full range of engineering activities, including academic research, manufacturing, electronics, telecommunications, measurement and control, mining, and power infra-structural services. Members make meaningful contributions to the quality of life of the community and to the steady advancement of technology. Their efforts are acknowledged in many countries of the world.


Aluminium Federation of South Africa (AFSA)
  1. Aluminium Federation of South Africa (AFSA)

  2. THE PURPOSE OF AFSA IS
    • To promote the use and growth of aluminium usage,
    • To promote the Southern African aluminium industry, both regionally and internationally, (To strengthen the pre-competitive platform so members are better able to achieve their individual business objectives.)
    • To promote, represent and defend the interests of its members (The priorities of the Federation must reflect the priorities of its members.
    • Assist members in matters where joint action is believed to achieve benefits greater than that of individual members and/or companies.)



Association of Architectural Aluminium Manufacturers of South Africa (AAAMSA)
  1. Association of Architectural Aluminium Manufacturers of South Africa (AAAMSA)

  2. The Association of Architectural Aluminium Manufacturers of South Africa (AAAMSA) was founded by eight companies in July 1974 to foster trade and commerce in relation to those persons associated in the manufacture and installation of architectural aluminium structures. Its main objective is to promote commercial and group interest.


Association of SA Quantity Surveyors (ASAQS)
  1. Association of SA Quantity Surveyors (ASAQS)

  2. Quantity Surveyors, project managers, cost engineers or anybody interested in the construction industry and built environment should find really useful information on this large web site, www.asaqs.co.za, dedicated to the quantity surveying profession in South Africa.


Brick Paving Institute South Africa (BPISA)
  1. Brick Paving Institute South Africa (BPISA)

  2. The BPI works to supply quality in paving. Members are bound by a set of professional rules, the BPI's code of ethics. Should you have any problems please contact us. We will contact the member and if you still do not get satisfaction we will inspect the job, (free of charge), and mediate on your behalf.


Cape Institute for Architecture
  1. Cape Institute for Architecture

  2. The Cape Institute for Architecture, formerly known as the Cape Institute of Architects, was formed in 1900.

    The Cape Institute for Architecture is affiliated to the South African Institute of Architects (SAIA) and is one of eleven regional institutes. The Institute is constituted according to the Architects Act 44 of 2000. All member categories are required to be registered with the statutory body, the South African Council for the Architectural Profession (SACAP).


Cement and Concrete Institute (South Africa)
  1. Cement and Concrete Institute (South Africa)

  2. The Cement & Concrete Institute, promotes the interests and general advancement of the Portland cement and concrete industries as a whole in Southern Africa.


Clay Brick Association
  1. Clay Brick Association (South Africa)

  2. Building is the engine for growth and wealth creation through property ownership, with Clay Brick and pavers being chosen as the preferred sustainable partner ~ for good.


Concrete Manufacturers Association (CMA)
  1. Concrete Manufacturers Association (CMA)

  2. The Concrete Manufacturers Association, based in Midrand, Gauteng, South Africa, was established in 1972 for the purpose of promoting the interests and general advancement of factory produced precast concrete products.


Electrical Contractors Association (South Africa) (ECASA)
  1. Electrical Contractors Association (South Africa) (ECASA)

  2. Our Mission
    To promote and create an environment conducive to the profitable and efficient operation of electrical contracting businesses to the benefit of both members and their clients.




Gauteng Master Builders Association (GMBA)
  1. Gauteng Master Builders Association (GMBA)

  2. The Pretoria Master Builders Association was founded in 1903 and the Johannesburg Master Builders Association was founded in 1894 and was formally constituted in 1904. These organizations merged in January 1996 to form the Gauteng Master Builders Association (GMBA).


Institute of Landscape Architects of SA
  1. Institute of Landscape Architects of SA

  2. The Institute for Landscape Architecture in South Africa (ILASA) is a voluntary organisation registered with the South African Council for the Landscape Architectural Profession.

    The Institute for Landscape Architecture in South Africa has three regional bodies, one in the Western Cape (ILASA Cape), one in KZN (ILASA KZN) and one in Gauteng Province (GSLA), that represent members countrywide.



Institute of Plumbing (IOPSA)
  1. Institute of Plumbing (IOPSA)

  2. The Institute of Plumbing is represented by three distinct groups, namely, Plumbers, Merchants / Wholesalers and Manufacturers.

    Their concern as a group is to work together as one in ensuring the best practice plumbing methods are used, the products are of a high standard and that plumber members are suitably trained to perform this task using compliant products and engineering.



Institute of Quarrying South Africa
  1. Institute of Quarrying South Africa (IQSA)

  2. To promote the fellowship of members through the advancement, promotion & development of the quarrying industry.


Institute of Steel Construction
  1. Institute of Steel Construction (SAISC)

  2. The mission of the SAISC is to promote the holistic vigour and prosperity of the people and companies in South Africa that provide steel-related products or services to the building and construction industry.

    We speak fluent steel.



Institution of Municipal Engineering of Southern Africa (IMESA)
  1. Institution of Municipal Engineering of Southern Africa (IMESA)

  2. To promote excellence in the engineering profession for the benefit of municipalities and their communities.


Interior Plantscapers Association of South Africa
  1. Interior Plantscapers Association of South Africa (IPSA)

  2. The Interior Plantscaper Association (IPSA) was founded in 1982. This organization encourages interior plantscapers to develop ideas and network in an attempt to establish standards as well as produce a general code of ethics for its members. Since 1982, membership has increased from 6 to 27 companies and includes all main contractors, consultants and suppliers in the industry. An executive committee meets on a monthly basis to deal with the day to day administration of IPSA.


Joint Building Contracts Committee
  1. Joint Building Contracts Committee (JBCC)

  2. The Joint Building Contracts Committee, “JBCC”, was formalised in 1997 with the registration of a Non Profit Company. The committee concentrates on the compilation of current contract documentation with an equitable distribution of contractual risk in the building industry. The suite is approved by the CIDB (The Construction Industry Development Board) and is used by national and provincial state sectors.


Kitchen Specialist Association (KSA)
  1. Kitchen Specialist Association (KSA)

  2. Thousands of people have kitchens installed successfully. They ensure this by using a company registered with the Kitchen Specialists Association.


Landscape Irrigation Association of South Africa
  1. Landscape Irrigation Association of South Africa

  2. In 1983 certain role players recognised the need for a governing body that would provide suitable guidelines and specifications to protect the end user and uphold the name of the landscape irrigation industry. The result was the formation of the Turf Irrigation Association (TIA). Today the association is known as the Landscape Irrigation Association of South Africa (LIA) which is more descriptive of the work undertaken by members.


Master Builders & Allied Traders Association (Boland)
  1. Master Builders & Allied Traders Association (Boland)

  2. The Building Industry is the engine for growth and stability in the Boland.

    MBA BOLAND will provide LEADERSHIP to the building industry by striving to create a PROFITABLE environment through facilitating and coordinating industry activities, providing QUALITY SERVICES, maintaining a regional platform and INFLUENCING the environment to achieve BENEFITS for MEMBERS and the COMMUNITIES in its area of jurisdiction.


Master Builders & Allied Traders Association (Western Cape)
  1. Master Builders & Allied Traders Association (Western Cape)

  2. The Master Builders and Allied Trades' Association, Western Cape, known to most people in this area simply as "the MBA", is a registered trade association for employers in the building industry. Its membership comprises some 400 companies in the Western Cape, most of who are builders, building subcontractors, building merchants or manufacturers of building products.


Master Builders Association (Eastern Cape)
  1. Master Builders Association (Eastern Cape)

  2. The East Cape Master Builders and Allied Industries Association celebrates over 100 years of service to members and the building industry.

    The MBA is a registered employers association which represents the interests of 700 employer members throughout the entire Southern and Eastern Cape, including the East London/Border area.


Master Builders Association Kwazulu Natal
  1. Master Builders Association Kwazulu Natal

  2. The Association is an employers’ organisation registered in terms of the Labour Relations Act and exists to represent the interests of members, as well as to provide them with specialist support services to assist them in the successful running of their businesses. The membership comprises some 600 enterprises involved in the building industry and related activities in the province of KwaZulu Natal. The organisation has been in existence for 108 years and is recognised and respected by a wide range of role players in the building industry and beyond.


National Homebuilders Registration Council (NHBRC)
  1. National Homebuilders Registration Council (NHBRC)

  2. The National Home Builders Registration Council (NHBRC) is a regulator body of the home building industry. Our goal is to assist and protect housing consumers who have been exposed to contractors who deliver housing units of substandard design, workmanship and poor quality material. No matter the size or value of your home building project the NHBRC is here to protect you, the housing consumer.


National Spa & Pool Institute (NSPI)
  1. National Spa & Pool Institute (NSPI)

  2. The National Spa and Pool Institute (better known as the NSPI) is a watchdog organisation which has the interests of the industry as a whole at heart. This means it is there for the benefit of pool builders and other members as well as pool owners.


Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority (PSIRA)
  1. Private Security Industry Regulatory Authority (PSIRA)

  2. The mandate of the PSIRA derives from the Private Security Industry Regulatory Act 56 of 2001. The primary objective of the authority are to regulate the private security industry and to exercise effective control over the practice of the occupation of security service provider in the public and national interest and the interest of the private security industry itself.


Project Management Institute of South Africa (PMISA)
  1. Project Management Institute of South Africa (PMISA)

  2. Project Management South Africa (formerly known as PMISA) was formed in 1997 as a National Association to represent project management professionals across all sectors in South Africa. Since 1997 the PMSA membership has grown to almost 1 000 members, who are drawn from a diverse cross section of industries and ethnic groups.


SA Property Owners Association (SAPOA)
  1. SA Property Owners Association (SAPOA)

  2. SAPOA will continue to encourage the concept of private property ownership and development, and the rewards to be gained by the formerly disadvantaged members of the South African community.


South African Association of Consulting Engineers (CESA) (SAACE)
  1. South African Association of Consulting Engineers (CESA) (SAACE)

  2. The South African Association of Consulting Engineers (SAACE) was established in 1952, as a voluntary association of independent consulting engineers in private practice. In August 2008 the Association transformed from the South African Association of Consulting Engineers (SAACE) to Consulting Engineers South Africa (CESA). CESA membership has, over the years, grown from 30 individual members in 1952 to 480 firms in 2011, which employ more than 22,000 people in total.


South African Bureau of Standards (SABS)
  1. South African Bureau of Standards (SABS)

  2. SABS is a statutory body that was established in terms of the Standards Act, 1945 (Act No. 24 of 1945) and continues to operate in terms of the latest edition of the Standards Act, 2008 (Act No. 29 of 2008) as the national institution for the promotion and maintenance of standardization and quality in connection with commodities and the rendering of services.


South African Institute of Architects (SAIA)
  1. South African Institute of Architects (SAIA)

  2. The South African Institute of Architects with 11 Affiliated and Regional Institutes. The South African Institute of Architects and the Regional Institutes are committed to maintaining the highest standards of professionalism, integrity and competence.


South African Institute of Steel Construction (SAISC)
  1. South African Institute of Steel Construction (SAISC)

  2. The mission of the SAISC is to promote the holistic vigour and prosperity of the people and companies in South Africa that provide steel-related products or services to the building and construction industry.

    We speak fluent steel.



South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE)
  1. South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE)

  2. SAICE is the Learned Society and professional home for almost 8 000 civil engineers, technologists and technicians.

    Our members are planning, providing and maintaining the infrastructure which supports the everyday life and activities of modern society all over South Africa. Our members are also involved in projects around the globe



South African Institution of Mechanical Engineering (SAIME)
  1. South African Institution of Mechanical Engineering (SAIME)

  2. The South African Institution of Mechanical Engineering (SAIMechE) is the senior body representing the discipline of mechanical engineering in South Africa. It covers all fields of application as diverse as automobile, energy generation, process engineering, heavy manufacture, design, management, research, mining and education.


South African Landscapers Institute (SALI)
  1. South African Landscapers Institute (SALI)

  2. The South African Landscapers Institute (SALI) was formed in 1984 by a group of progressive landscapers who saw the potential of the landscape industry in South Africa. They believed that the true potential could only be realised if landscape contractors showed unity, produced excellent work and projected a professional image.


South African Nursery Association
  1. South African Nursery Association

  2. The South African Nursery Association - SANA is a non-profit organization that was formed in 1947's to create an association to act as network platform to represent the interests of the green industry.


South African Wood Preservers Association
  1. South African Wood Preservers Association (SAWPA)

  2. The South African Wood Preservers Association (SAWPA) is a non-profit association formed in 1980, by the South African wood preserving industry, primarily to promote timber treatment and treated timber products. Commercially grown timber in Southern Africa is mainly of the Eucalyptus and Pinus species, both of which are not durable. By applying the correct chemicals to these timbers we are able to ensure that the timber performs as if it were durable thereby giving predictable long life performance.


Southern Africa Stainless Steel Development Association (SASSDA)
  1. Southern Africa Stainless Steel Development Association (SASSDA)

  2. The Southern Africa Stainless Steel Development Association(Sassda), is one of the most active stainless steel industry associations in the world and has, since 1964, been involved in increasing the awareness and use of stainless steel in Southern Africa.


Southern African Light Steel Frame Building Association (SASFA)
  1. Southern African Light Steel Frame Building Association (SASFA)

  2. The advent of light steel frame building in South Africa is one of the most exciting developments in recent times in the steel and building industries. While this method of building has been used in the US, Europe and Australia for decades, it was only recently introduced to our shores. It offers quality, cost efficiency and speed of erection for low-rise residential and non-residential buildings.


Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of South Africa
  1. Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of South Africa (SEIFSA)

  2. The Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of South Africa (SEIFSA) is a national employer federation representing the metal and engineering industry. For 69 years, SEIFSA has provided active support for its members and lobbied for policies that have improved the business environment in which its members operate.




The South African Institute of the Interior Design Professions (IID
  1. The South African Institute of the Interior Design Professions (IID)

  2. The South African Institute of the Interior Design Professions (IID) is the only professional body representing the Interior Design industry in South Africa. It operates nationally with representation in Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal and the Eastern and Western Cape.


Timber Frame Builders Association
  1. Timber Frame Builders Association (ITFB)

  2. The Institute of Timber Frame Builders promotes and maintains acceptable Standards with regard to all Aspects and Disciplines of Timber Construction and to ensure protection of consumer interests.


Waterproofing and Roofing Association Cape
  1. Waterproofing and Roofing Association Cape (WARAC)

  2. To promote, to support, to protect and to further the common interests of Clients, Specifying Authorities, Manufacturers, Contractors and Suppliers, for various types of flat or other roof waterproofing systems, materials and methods.


Solar Power Solutions
Solar Power Solutions
  1. Future Comfort Solar Power Solutions

  2. Future Comfort Solar Power Solutions

    Solar Water Heating systems have become an essential part of South African Households. Installing a Solar System, contributes to fewer pollutants emitted into our environment and helps reduce the burden on our electrical grid as well as reducing your overall electricity bill.

    Future Comfort provides fast, efficient and friendly service at affordable pricing.

    We offer a range of local and imported, solar systems.

    We offer consultation on installing PV Solar systems, whether you want, Grid - Tied / Off- Grid or Hybrid solar system, we will find the best solution.