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May 25, 2018 8:47 pm
Hi,
Is it okay to have a hairline crack in the slab. It runs from dining to the kitchen. Please help me guys. Thanks
Hi,
Is it okay to have a hairline crack in the slab. It runs from dining to the kitchen. Please help me guys. Thanks
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10456
Apr 17, 2018 8:06 am
singalg singalg
aaron2008 aaron2008
Not realising day light saving we tried a drive through on Friday and after beating the peak traffic when we reached the site we saw this (appox. 5:30 - 6pm Friday night

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Like any good land owner who is building for the first time we decided to come back on Saturday after the usual Soccers and swimming and approx. 12:30pm Saturday tada.... (another floor....)

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Tradies on-site working away!! stoked!!

great news and photos there! that's an amazing speed at this stage and I hope it continues for you for rest of the build too!
I was told frames last Wednesday, but then there was a week's delay :( , so hoping for some action next week, fingers crossed!

Happy to see your progress.Yay....Both of us are in same phase.
singalg singalg
aaron2008 aaron2008
Not realising day light saving we tried a drive through on Friday and after beating the peak traffic when we reached the site we saw this (appox. 5:30 - 6pm Friday night

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Like any good land owner who is building for the first time we decided to come back on Saturday after the usual Soccers and swimming and approx. 12:30pm Saturday tada.... (another floor....)

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Tradies on-site working away!! stoked!!

great news and photos there! that's an amazing speed at this stage and I hope it continues for you for rest of the build too!
I was told frames last Wednesday, but then there was a week's delay :( , so hoping for some action next week, fingers crossed!

Happy to see your progress.Yay....Both of us are in same phase.
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10423
Apr 15, 2018 6:57 pm
stevezau stevezau
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
stevezau stevezau
Hey All, I searched this thread but not that much chat regarding 2.7 ceiling heights (unless I searched wrong).

We have 2590m ceiling upstairs and downstairs with square set cornice. Is it worth doing the 2.7 upstairs? I've been told by a few people it's worth the $5k upgrade but not the why it's worth it (other than the obvious).. Does the 15cm make a big difference?

What about for upstairs also? Not sure i can justify the cost for upstairs.

Thanks



Yeah. We too did the same. Upstairs is 2.59m. 🙌

What about downstairs? 2.74 or 2.59?


Yes. Downstairs is
2.74m
stevezau stevezau
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
stevezau stevezau
Hey All, I searched this thread but not that much chat regarding 2.7 ceiling heights (unless I searched wrong).

We have 2590m ceiling upstairs and downstairs with square set cornice. Is it worth doing the 2.7 upstairs? I've been told by a few people it's worth the $5k upgrade but not the why it's worth it (other than the obvious).. Does the 15cm make a big difference?

What about for upstairs also? Not sure i can justify the cost for upstairs.

Thanks



Yeah. We too did the same. Upstairs is 2.59m. 🙌

What about downstairs? 2.74 or 2.59?


Yes. Downstairs is
2.74m
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10417
Apr 15, 2018 6:33 pm
stevezau stevezau
Hey All, I searched this thread but not that much chat regarding 2.7 ceiling heights (unless I searched wrong).

We have 2590m ceiling upstairs and downstairs with square set cornice. Is it worth doing the 2.7 upstairs? I've been told by a few people it's worth the $5k upgrade but not the why it's worth it (other than the obvious).. Does the 15cm make a big difference?

What about for upstairs also? Not sure i can justify the cost for upstairs.

Thanks



Yeah. We too did the same. Upstairs is 2.59m. 🙌
stevezau stevezau
Hey All, I searched this thread but not that much chat regarding 2.7 ceiling heights (unless I searched wrong).

We have 2590m ceiling upstairs and downstairs with square set cornice. Is it worth doing the 2.7 upstairs? I've been told by a few people it's worth the $5k upgrade but not the why it's worth it (other than the obvious).. Does the 15cm make a big difference?

What about for upstairs also? Not sure i can justify the cost for upstairs.

Thanks



Yeah. We too did the same. Upstairs is 2.59m. 🙌
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10411
Apr 15, 2018 11:23 am
Frames work started for us.
Frames work started for us.
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10066
Mar 29, 2018 2:49 pm
IamSAM IamSAM
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Hi guys,

Please give me your suggestion about removing the mud from the backyard and sideyard. I got a quote from Wisdom landscapes for 3052$, Preparation is 1475$ and to remove 1 truckload of mixed fill is 1300$. Please let me know your thoughts.

Thanks

Hi, which state/city are you in? Your build has recently started, are you required to excavate yourselves right away? Unless you want excavation to be done while the site is more accessible without the structure there.

Hi,I'm in NSW. No. not for the house. This is to prepare for landscaping.
IamSAM IamSAM
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Hi guys,

Please give me your suggestion about removing the mud from the backyard and sideyard. I got a quote from Wisdom landscapes for 3052$, Preparation is 1475$ and to remove 1 truckload of mixed fill is 1300$. Please let me know your thoughts.

Thanks

Hi, which state/city are you in? Your build has recently started, are you required to excavate yourselves right away? Unless you want excavation to be done while the site is more accessible without the structure there.

Hi,I'm in NSW. No. not for the house. This is to prepare for landscaping.
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10065
Mar 29, 2018 2:48 pm
SejaeD SejaeD
PriyaSuresh11

That is really expensive ( it includes a 30% builders margin).

if you're happy to do it yourself, a 23t mixed load should cost no more than $900.

If you look through your local paper I am sure you will be able to find an excavation company, even the guys who do demolition like AtoZ and those guys will probably do it for you.

But ideally you should be able to find a bunch of small excavaton companies who are like a man with a bobcat and truck who will do this far cheaper.

Good luck

Thank you so much SajeD
SejaeD SejaeD
PriyaSuresh11

That is really expensive ( it includes a 30% builders margin).

if you're happy to do it yourself, a 23t mixed load should cost no more than $900.

If you look through your local paper I am sure you will be able to find an excavation company, even the guys who do demolition like AtoZ and those guys will probably do it for you.

But ideally you should be able to find a bunch of small excavaton companies who are like a man with a bobcat and truck who will do this far cheaper.

Good luck

Thank you so much SajeD
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10060
Mar 29, 2018 10:54 am
Hi guys,

Please give me your suggestion about removing the mud from the backyard and sideyard. I got a quote from Wisdom landscapes for 3052$, Preparation is 1475$ and to remove 1 truckload of mixed fill is 1300$. Please let me know your thoughts.

Thanks
Hi guys,

Please give me your suggestion about removing the mud from the backyard and sideyard. I got a quote from Wisdom landscapes for 3052$, Preparation is 1475$ and to remove 1 truckload of mixed fill is 1300$. Please let me know your thoughts.

Thanks
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10043
Mar 28, 2018 7:16 am
ASJ1981 ASJ1981
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Hi,
Yes we had shelves in our pantry. But I am altering my Pantry with a benchtop with sink and doing that after handover. So they refunded for the shelving.


Hi Priya, do you mind if I ask how much the credit/refund was for the shelving? We turned our WIP to a Butler's Pantry and had Timpelle Kitchens do the whole fitout. Timpelle said WH will give a credit for the shelving. I don't imagine it to be a huge credit but am curious as to what it would be.. thanks!

Hi,
It is just 520$. :-)
ASJ1981 ASJ1981
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Hi,
Yes we had shelves in our pantry. But I am altering my Pantry with a benchtop with sink and doing that after handover. So they refunded for the shelving.


Hi Priya, do you mind if I ask how much the credit/refund was for the shelving? We turned our WIP to a Butler's Pantry and had Timpelle Kitchens do the whole fitout. Timpelle said WH will give a credit for the shelving. I don't imagine it to be a huge credit but am curious as to what it would be.. thanks!

Hi,
It is just 520$. :-)
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10022
Mar 27, 2018 1:29 pm
Hi,
Yes we had shelves in our pantry. But I am altering my Pantry with a benchtop with sink and doing that after handover. So they refunded for the shelving.
Hi,
Yes we had shelves in our pantry. But I am altering my Pantry with a benchtop with sink and doing that after handover. So they refunded for the shelving.
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10021
Mar 27, 2018 1:27 pm
Thank you spk_homebuild. :-)
Thank you spk_homebuild. :-)
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10018
Mar 27, 2018 10:16 am
singalg singalg
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Yay....Slab done for us today.   ⋅  Add a comment  ⋅  Pin to Ideaboard  ⋅  
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congratulations @priyasuresh11, great to see the progress and the speed! Looks like I 'll be couple of days behind you (I think), as piering was done last Friday and today I saw stacks of waffle pods at the site. I am hoping to have a slab in a day or 2. You are also building Majestic 35 - right?

Hi singalg,
Yes. They said first two weeks for fencing .. But then within that time they put the waffle pods and got ready for slabbing. If the weather is good we both will be in the same phase. Yes we are building Majestic 35. :-)
singalg singalg
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Yay....Slab done for us today.   ⋅  Add a comment  ⋅  Pin to Ideaboard  ⋅  
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congratulations @priyasuresh11, great to see the progress and the speed! Looks like I 'll be couple of days behind you (I think), as piering was done last Friday and today I saw stacks of waffle pods at the site. I am hoping to have a slab in a day or 2. You are also building Majestic 35 - right?

Hi singalg,
Yes. They said first two weeks for fencing .. But then within that time they put the waffle pods and got ready for slabbing. If the weather is good we both will be in the same phase. Yes we are building Majestic 35. :-)
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Mar 26, 2018 10:12 am
Yay....Slab done for us today.   ⋅  Add a comment  ⋅  Pin to Ideaboard  ⋅  
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9965
Mar 23, 2018 6:40 pm
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9964
Mar 23, 2018 6:39 pm
Visited the site today. Excited to see the fence and the pegging done.
Visited the site today. Excited to see the fence and the pegging done.
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9962
Mar 23, 2018 9:35 am
spk_homebuild spk_homebuild
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Hi All,
I am excited to announce our file has reached the construction stage and SS has been assigned. :-)

You have moved pretty quickly. How long did your Production estimating stage take. We just moved to production estimating

Hi,
We were in Production estimating in for exactly 2 weeks.
Thanks
spk_homebuild spk_homebuild
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Hi All,
I am excited to announce our file has reached the construction stage and SS has been assigned. :-)

You have moved pretty quickly. How long did your Production estimating stage take. We just moved to production estimating

Hi,
We were in Production estimating in for exactly 2 weeks.
Thanks
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9909
Mar 22, 2018 8:52 am
Hi All,
I am excited to announce our file has reached the construction stage and SS has been assigned. :-)
Hi All,
I am excited to announce our file has reached the construction stage and SS has been assigned. :-)
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28 February
9527
Feb 28, 2018 11:18 am
Hi,
We got our end panel and final construction plans

Building Majestic 35
Hi,
We got our end panel and final construction plans

Building Majestic 35
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25 February
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Feb 25, 2018 10:37 am
Thank you.😊.Happy to see your progress spk_homebuild.👍
Thank you.😊.Happy to see your progress spk_homebuild.👍
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