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Aug 10, 2018 4:30 pm
IamSAM IamSAM
wynstan.com,.au


Thank you
IamSAM IamSAM
wynstan.com,.au


Thank you
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Aug 08, 2018 8:34 pm
Hi guys,

I am looking recommendations for windows fly screen and safety screen sliding doors. Could you please share it?

Thanks
Hi guys,

I am looking recommendations for windows fly screen and safety screen sliding doors. Could you please share it?

Thanks
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Aug 05, 2018 4:24 pm
s-X-s s-X-s
I have seen this lights2you ? warehouse near Norwest Hospital when driving by and they do online only i think. But looks likes they have good collection. Not sure about reviews.

lights2u.com.au

Thank you. Let me check
s-X-s s-X-s
I have seen this lights2you ? warehouse near Norwest Hospital when driving by and they do online only i think. But looks likes they have good collection. Not sure about reviews.

lights2u.com.au

Thank you. Let me check
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Aug 05, 2018 9:29 am
fademan fademan
Fat shack for vintage and industrial lights if that is the style you're looking for.

I'm planning on importing lighting from Feiss, which has a huge collection of lights, through Richmond lighting.



Hi,

We are in Sydney. Seems you are mentioning about a shop in Melbourne.

Thank you for the offer.
fademan fademan
Fat shack for vintage and industrial lights if that is the style you're looking for.

I'm planning on importing lighting from Feiss, which has a huge collection of lights, through Richmond lighting.



Hi,

We are in Sydney. Seems you are mentioning about a shop in Melbourne.

Thank you for the offer.
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Aug 04, 2018 7:47 pm
rexus rexus
Hi all

Have started building our new house and looking for some recommendations for lighting shops. I’ve visited the usual suspects - beacon lighting and a couple in castle hill - but wandering if anyone has come across some other good options in Sydney please? Looking for kitchen pendants, feature lights, fans etc!

Thank you



Me too in the same boat. Visited beacon and mega lighting in castle hill. Let me know if you come across a good one. I too will share if I know. Thanks
rexus rexus
Hi all

Have started building our new house and looking for some recommendations for lighting shops. I’ve visited the usual suspects - beacon lighting and a couple in castle hill - but wandering if anyone has come across some other good options in Sydney please? Looking for kitchen pendants, feature lights, fans etc!

Thank you



Me too in the same boat. Visited beacon and mega lighting in castle hill. Let me know if you come across a good one. I too will share if I know. Thanks
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Jul 26, 2018 7:07 am
Kazi Kazi
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Hi guys,

May I know how much would be the admin fee if i want to change the internal colour? Our bricks and eaves are done. Could someone please reply? Thank you

I guess around $1300-1500


Thank you Kazi
Kazi Kazi
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Hi guys,

May I know how much would be the admin fee if i want to change the internal colour? Our bricks and eaves are done. Could someone please reply? Thank you

I guess around $1300-1500


Thank you Kazi
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Jul 25, 2018 8:41 pm
MandM+4 MandM+4
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Hi guys,

May I know how much would be the admin fee if i want to change the internal colour? Our bricks and eaves are done. Could someone please reply? Thank you


Ask your site supervisor, they might just let you change it.


Thank you.😊
MandM+4 MandM+4
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Hi guys,

May I know how much would be the admin fee if i want to change the internal colour? Our bricks and eaves are done. Could someone please reply? Thank you


Ask your site supervisor, they might just let you change it.


Thank you.😊
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Jul 25, 2018 6:48 pm
Hi guys,

May I know how much would be the admin fee if i want to change the internal colour? Our bricks and eaves are done. Could someone please reply? Thank you
Hi guys,

May I know how much would be the admin fee if i want to change the internal colour? Our bricks and eaves are done. Could someone please reply? Thank you
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10944
Jun 01, 2018 4:42 pm
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
IamSAM IamSAM
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Hi Guys, What is this in the driveway quote from Wisdom?

“Provide additional labour due to restricted access and/or site conditions” they are charging 1500$ for this.

Please whoever has crossed this stage throw some light on.

Thanks

Does the work to do driveway also include any area on the side of your house? (e.g.) along the garage to the side of your house to allow for bin storage and movement?
It appears that additional charges are quoted due to inaccessible area that could need excavation, leveling, dirt removal/disposal. And/or the land where driveway will be done needs abnormally high excavation, leveling, dirt removal/disposal.


No. This is for only the driveway in the front. Thank you.


Just now I saw the plan they are doing in the side too. Thank you for clarifying this. Much appreciated.
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
IamSAM IamSAM
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Hi Guys, What is this in the driveway quote from Wisdom?

“Provide additional labour due to restricted access and/or site conditions” they are charging 1500$ for this.

Please whoever has crossed this stage throw some light on.

Thanks

Does the work to do driveway also include any area on the side of your house? (e.g.) along the garage to the side of your house to allow for bin storage and movement?
It appears that additional charges are quoted due to inaccessible area that could need excavation, leveling, dirt removal/disposal. And/or the land where driveway will be done needs abnormally high excavation, leveling, dirt removal/disposal.


No. This is for only the driveway in the front. Thank you.


Just now I saw the plan they are doing in the side too. Thank you for clarifying this. Much appreciated.
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10943
Jun 01, 2018 4:40 pm
IamSAM IamSAM
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Hi Guys, What is this in the driveway quote from Wisdom?

“Provide additional labour due to restricted access and/or site conditions” they are charging 1500$ for this.

Please whoever has crossed this stage throw some light on.

Thanks

Does the work to do driveway also include any area on the side of your house? (e.g.) along the garage to the side of your house to allow for bin storage and movement?
It appears that additional charges are quoted due to inaccessible area that could need excavation, leveling, dirt removal/disposal. And/or the land where driveway will be done needs abnormally high excavation, leveling, dirt removal/disposal.


No. This is for only the driveway in the front. Thank you.
IamSAM IamSAM
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Hi Guys, What is this in the driveway quote from Wisdom?

“Provide additional labour due to restricted access and/or site conditions” they are charging 1500$ for this.

Please whoever has crossed this stage throw some light on.

Thanks

Does the work to do driveway also include any area on the side of your house? (e.g.) along the garage to the side of your house to allow for bin storage and movement?
It appears that additional charges are quoted due to inaccessible area that could need excavation, leveling, dirt removal/disposal. And/or the land where driveway will be done needs abnormally high excavation, leveling, dirt removal/disposal.


No. This is for only the driveway in the front. Thank you.
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10941
Jun 01, 2018 4:30 pm
Hi Guys, What is this in the driveway quote from Wisdom?

“Provide additional labour due to restricted access and/or site conditions” they are charging 1500$ for this.

Please whoever has crossed this stage throw some light on.

Thanks
Hi Guys, What is this in the driveway quote from Wisdom?

“Provide additional labour due to restricted access and/or site conditions” they are charging 1500$ for this.

Please whoever has crossed this stage throw some light on.

Thanks
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10920
May 28, 2018 7:47 pm
Kvav27 Kvav27
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Hi,
Is it okay to have a hairline crack in the slab. It runs from dining to the kitchen. Please help me guys. Thanks


Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Please answer guys


Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Rocchet Rocchet
I would post this as a question on the general homeone thread rather than this one if no one here knows the answer. I’m sure you will get people who have experience with that there. Goodluck



Thank you Rocchet. Much appreciated.

Hi Priya, I would recommend you hire an external construction inspection. Normally this 3rd party companies do 4 inspection during build. you can choose to get only slab inspected or engage for all 4 stages.

I had some worry about my slab and the 3rd party I hired gave a very good report.



That’s good idea though. Thank you
Kvav27 Kvav27
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Hi,
Is it okay to have a hairline crack in the slab. It runs from dining to the kitchen. Please help me guys. Thanks


Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Please answer guys


Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Rocchet Rocchet
I would post this as a question on the general homeone thread rather than this one if no one here knows the answer. I’m sure you will get people who have experience with that there. Goodluck



Thank you Rocchet. Much appreciated.

Hi Priya, I would recommend you hire an external construction inspection. Normally this 3rd party companies do 4 inspection during build. you can choose to get only slab inspected or engage for all 4 stages.

I had some worry about my slab and the 3rd party I hired gave a very good report.



That’s good idea though. Thank you
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May 28, 2018 5:48 pm
Rocchet Rocchet
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Hi,
Is it okay to have a hairline crack in the slab. It runs from dining to the kitchen. Please help me guys. Thanks

Please answer guys

I would post this as a question on the general homeone thread rather than this one if no one here knows the answer. I’m sure you will get people who have experience with that there. Goodluck



Thank you Rocchet. Much appreciated.
Rocchet Rocchet
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Hi,
Is it okay to have a hairline crack in the slab. It runs from dining to the kitchen. Please help me guys. Thanks

Please answer guys

I would post this as a question on the general homeone thread rather than this one if no one here knows the answer. I’m sure you will get people who have experience with that there. Goodluck



Thank you Rocchet. Much appreciated.
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May 28, 2018 5:46 pm
champs2018 champs2018
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Hi,
Is it okay to have a hairline crack in the slab. It runs from dining to the kitchen. Please help me guys. Thanks

Please answer guys


Priyasuresh..best is get your slab inspected and check with them..



Hi,

Do you mean a private inspection?

Thank you
champs2018 champs2018
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Hi,
Is it okay to have a hairline crack in the slab. It runs from dining to the kitchen. Please help me guys. Thanks

Please answer guys


Priyasuresh..best is get your slab inspected and check with them..



Hi,

Do you mean a private inspection?

Thank you
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May 28, 2018 5:44 pm
ozmonkeyoy ozmonkeyoy
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Hi,
Is it okay to have a hairline crack in the slab. It runs from dining to the kitchen. Please help me guys. Thanks

You will get these. If its really troubling you, have it independently inspected and also ask the builder to address it or at least advise all is fine.
We have quite a bit of cracking in ours (was poured in February 2017), could have been weather related, but more likely that the rio used was not deep enough when laid. Thankfully we haven't seen any huge cracks, but movement happens, so best just to keep eyes open..


Thank you.
ozmonkeyoy ozmonkeyoy
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Hi,
Is it okay to have a hairline crack in the slab. It runs from dining to the kitchen. Please help me guys. Thanks

You will get these. If its really troubling you, have it independently inspected and also ask the builder to address it or at least advise all is fine.
We have quite a bit of cracking in ours (was poured in February 2017), could have been weather related, but more likely that the rio used was not deep enough when laid. Thankfully we haven't seen any huge cracks, but movement happens, so best just to keep eyes open..


Thank you.
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10891
May 27, 2018 6:46 pm
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Hi,
Is it okay to have a hairline crack in the slab. It runs from dining to the kitchen. Please help me guys. Thanks

Please answer guys
Priyasuresh11 Priyasuresh11
Hi,
Is it okay to have a hairline crack in the slab. It runs from dining to the kitchen. Please help me guys. Thanks

Please answer guys
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10883
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

   ⋅  Add a comment  ⋅  Pin to Ideaboard  ⋅  

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....)

   ⋅  Add a comment  ⋅  Pin to Ideaboard  ⋅  


   ⋅  Add a comment  ⋅  Pin to Ideaboard  ⋅  

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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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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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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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