Everything you need to get your DIY project sorted


Kiwis love DIY. We're a nation of doers, but with so many recent changes to the building code, it pays to know what you can and can’t do yourself.

Start every project by talking to a DIY specialist at your local TUMU ITM. The majority of the team have been in the building industry for over a decade. We’ll talk you through everything you need to know. The advice is free.

Plus, we’ll set you up with the Priority Cash Card for everyday low prices, handy DIY tips and the free use of our loan trailers

 


Priority Card

DIY & Retail customers are invited to apply for their personal Priority Card which gives immediate access to discounted product and offers. Each card holder will hold their own account at our stores which makes transacting your business with us simple.

A further benefit of the Priority Card is that you get to nominate a non profit organisation as your Priority Partner. By linking your card to this beneficiary they receive our donations that reflect a percentage of your purchase value. Apply in store or online.


Find a Tradie

Your local TUMU ITM has strong relationships with people working in every trade. If you need any help or advice, talk to your building specialist at your local TUMU ITM store, and we'll help you find the right tradesman for your project.


DIY Building Guides

ITM has created a range of Building Guides with the object of assisting those interested in home improvement projects. Some building projects may require prior approval of the local council or perhaps a chat with your neighbours before the fence goes up.


Our Products

Everything you need is at your local Tumu ITM Building Centre. Click here to see our range of products.

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DIY Specialist

"If you want the job done right the first time, talk to us before you start. Advice is free at every TUMU ITM store. We'll sort you out with the right materials, and if you need a little help, refer you to a good tradesman."

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Get started, visit your local store and talk to your DIY specialist.