|Released||26 August 2020 (Update)|
|Locations||Falador, Varrock, East Ardougne, Hosidius|
Mahogany Homes is a construction company led by Amy, the company's founder, and has four offices throughout Gielinor: Falador (where their main office is), Varrock, East Ardougne, and Hosidius. The construction offices are all located in or near the Estate Agent offices in each city.
Players who have a player-owned house can talk to Amy in Falador to sign up and afterwards talk to her or Marlo, Ellie or Angelo in the aforementioned cities, where they can be given various tiers of construction jobs depending on the player's Construction level. Each tier will require a different type of plank.
Construction contracts[edit | edit source]
Players can choose to take on any of the following four tiers of Construction Contracts by speaking to a Contractor, assuming they meet the level requirement:
Example inventory for contract runs is shown to the right: teleport tablets, plank sack, hammer, runes for NPC Contact spell, steel bars, and planks. Replace one steel bar with a saw if Amy's saw has not been unlocked.
All jobs, regardless of tier, will assign players to a random NPC out of twelve in any of the four cities. Once players arrive at the client's home, they will be informed of what their job is, which can involve building furniture or repairing existing ones. They do not have to speak with the client before building.
The player will need a hammer and a saw to build and repair furniture (Note: Nails are never needed). They will also need a decent amount of planks corresponding to the tier of contract, and often one steel bar as well. (Note: Bob, Jeff and Noella never need steel bars).
Players will use their own supplies to complete the jobs, and once the job is complete, they will receive carpenter points and Construction experience, they will also be offered a cup of tea from their client before they leave. Accepting the cup of tea restores the player's run energy to 100%. Players can then return to an Estate Agent's office or use the NPC Contact spell to save travel time. Teleports to each city are recommended to reduce travel time. Additionally, some players may find moving their house to Hosidius helpful to easily reach Barbara's house.
Below lists the cities and clients players may enter a contract in, as well as the materials required.
East Ardougne[edit | edit source]
The player may be assigned to visit one of the following clients in East Ardougne.
|Cupboard (1)||2 planks||Cupboard||2 planks||Bed||2 planks|
|Cupboard (2)||2 planks||Dresser||2 planks||Double Bed||3 planks|
|Drawers (1)||2 planks||Drawers||2 planks||Drawers (1)||2 planks|
|Drawers (2)||2 planks||Hat Stand||1 plank||Drawers (2)||2 planks|
|Bed||3 planks||Table (1)||3 planks||Hat Stand||1 plank|
|Bathtub||1 steel bar||Table (2)||3 planks||Mirror||1 plank|
|Grandfather Clock||1 plank||Grandfather clock||1 plank||Range||1 steel bar|
|Table||3 planks||Mirror||1 plank|
Falador[edit | edit source]
The player may be assigned to visit one of the following clients in Falador.
|Drawers (1)||2 planks||Bookshelf||2 planks||Cupboard||2 planks|
|Drawers (2)||2 planks||Double Bed||3 planks||Hat Stand||1 plank|
|Grandfather Clock||1 plank||Drawers||2 planks||Shelves (1)||2 planks|
|Hat stand||1 plank||Grandfather Clock||1 plank||Shelves (2)||2 planks|
|Table (1)||3 planks||Small Table||2 planks||Sink||1 steel bar|
|Table (2)||3 planks||Table||3 planks||Table (1)||3 planks|
|Range||1 steel bar||Range||1 steel bar||Table (2)||3 planks|
Hosidius[edit | edit source]
The player may be assigned to visit one of the following clients in Hosidius.
|Bed||2 planks||Cupboard||2 planks||Bed||2 planks|
|Chair (1)||1 plank||Small Table (1)||2 planks||Cupboard||2 planks|
|Chair (2)||1 plank||Small Table (2)||2 planks||Hat Stand||1 plank|
|Drawers||2 planks||Double Bed||3 planks||Shelves||2 planks|
|Table||3 planks||Mirror||1 plank||Sink||1 steel bar|
|Range||1 steel bar||Table||3 planks||Small Table (1)||2 planks|
|Grandfather Clock||1 plank||Sink||1 steel bar||Small Table (2)||2 planks|
Varrock[edit | edit source]
The player may be assigned to visit one of the following clients in Varrock.
|Large table||4 planks||Bookcase||2 planks||Bed||2 planks|
|Bookcase (1)||2 planks||Chair||1 plank||Dresser||2 planks|
|Bookcase (2)||2 planks||Drawers||2 planks||Shelves||2 planks|
|Cabinet (1)||2 planks||Dresser||2 planks||Small table||2 planks|
|Cabinet (2)||2 planks||Table||3 planks||Table||3 planks|
|Grandfather Clock||1 plank||Shelves||2 planks||Range||1 steel bar|
|Wardrobe||2 planks||Mirror||1 plank|
|Drawers||2 planks||Bed||3 planks|
Experience rates[edit | edit source]
Each plank gives a specific amount of experience depending on whether it is used to build or repair something. They give less than if used in a player-owned house, however the player is awarded a substantial amount of construction experience once they complete the contract. Pieces needing repairs typically include a hat stand, mirror, or range. These pieces only require one plank or bar per repair. Pieces that need to be built typically include tables, beds, dressers, cupboards, etc. Higher tier contracts will typically require more furniture to be repaired or replaced, resulting in more materials being used per contract on average.
|Item||XP/Material (Build)||XP/Material (Repair)||GP/XP (Build)||GP/XP (Repair)||Completion XP||Equivalent to planks|
|Teak plank||72||190||-11.32||-4.29||2,250||25 (18.24)|
Experience rates per hour can increase when using a plank sack due to less time spent banking. In conjunction with the NPC Contact spell it can also increase the chance of being able to do two consecutive contracts located very close to each other without having to go back to an office or bank, which significantly decreases travel time. When using the carpenter's outfit, players may be able to achieve up to 240,000 experience per hour depending on their efficiency.
Experience Costs[edit | edit source]
The average contract requires 13 Planks and 0.75 Steel bars. Therefore, contracts cost: 3,894.25, 5,870.25, 10,888.25, or 27,528.25.
The below only accounts for the cost of materials and does not include the cost of runes or teleports.
|Tier||Estimated XP/hr||Estimated XP/hr
|Bars/hr||Estimated GP/hr||Estimated GP/hr
With high focus and efficient use of teleports, as well as the NPC Contact Spell from the Lunar Spellbook, one can expect higher rates (~20%) than mentioned above.
Rewards[edit | edit source]
Once a job is complete, players will receive carpenter points dependent on their job tier and Construction experience. When using a plank sack alongside efficient teleports and the NPC Contact spell, players can expect to complete around 40-45 contracts per hour. Experience awards do not stack with carpenter's outfit.
The cost per point can be found from the average cost per contract mentioned above. For instance, using mahogany planks would cost an estimated -11,011,300 in materials to obtain the full Carpenter set.
Stock[edit | edit source]
|Supply crate||25||Contains Construction materials|
|Amy's saw||500||An equipable saw. Can be used for construction.|
|Plank sack||350||Holds 28 planks.|
|Hosidius blueprints||2,000||Unlocks the Hosidius Wall Kit.|
|Carpenter's helmet||400||A piece of the carpenter's outfit.|
|Carpenter's shirt||800||A piece of the carpenter's outfit.|
|Carpenter's trousers||600||A piece of the carpenter's outfit.|
|Carpenter's boots||200||A piece of the carpenter's outfit.|
Changes[edit | edit source]
|10 September 2020
|2 September 2020
|The amount of carpenter points given for completing a contract has been increased by one for each tier. For contracts that were completed prior to this update, players will be given the extra points they would have gained once they log in.|
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Furniture in need of construction will be "zoned" on their tile, similar to how projects are zoned with ground markings before being started.
- When an Old Bookshelf is replaced with a new one by the player, the bookcase will still be called an Old Bookshelf. Unlike this, when the teak tables in Bob's house are replaced, the name will change to reflect that.
- It appears that the hotspots in the houses are somehow linked. Removing furniture in the house you're renovating causes a furniture piece in other houses to also become hotspots. This is most obvious in Norman's house in Falador: removing the Northernmost dresser on the upper floor causes the table in Larry's house (farther North) on the upper floor to turn into a hotspot as well, and is fully visible when zoomed out all the way.