Specialist NDIS Builder Melbourne

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Are you looking for a builder registered with the NDIS?

Someone willing to take time and care to work with the client, support workers, Ot's and all relevant stake holders?
With over 20 years of combined building and construction experience The Renovation Hub specialises in all manner of residential renovations.

As a registered NDIS builder, we take pride in creating an environment that is firstly safe and functional for the client, paying particular attention to the client's individual special needs, without compromising on the design element.

Our aim is to produce high quality, luxury, and personalized renovations/transformations in Melbourne. delivering our clients with their wants and needs resulting in beautiful, independent living spaces. Our renovations help those who have limited mobility and encourage a more independent way of living. We believe the changes within the design of a home has a great impact on the overall health and wellness, and therefore aim to deliver the up most quality and accessibility for all our clients. We do renovations to all areas of a home, structural extensions, and everything in between.
You will be provided with a personal project manager who will be with you for the duration of the project providing the best possible end to end service. The project manager works closely with our extended list of trusted tradespeople who are committed to their chosen craft. All home improvements for NDIS will comply with the relevant Australian Standards and will meet the specifications of the Australians Disability Act 1992 (DDA).


  • Expand usable property footprint
  • Gain independent living
  • Perform daily tasks safely
  • Provide safe living arrangements
  • Increase property value
  • Create a better family/business environment
  • Embrace gorgeous home living
  • Improve lifestyles
  • DDA approved wheelchair/walker ramps along with external decking & ramps
  • Widening internal & external pathways, as well as door entrances
  • Replacing a bathtub with a walk-in shower as well as curb – less walk-in showers
  • AS1428 approved vanities
  • AS1428 approved toilets or elevated toilets
  • Installing grab rails where needed
  • Installing automated sensor lights
  • Installing adequate lighting
  • Installing automated sensor doors
  • Replacing a stairway with stairlifts
  • Flatten any lips or barriers that may restrict wheelchair access
  • Carpet removal & floor rectification
  • Installing cabinetry within reach from a wheelchair
  • Altering current home design layout to create a more accessible and useable footprint
  • Changing all tapware and door handles to level handles

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