BellaHi everyone, I would like your option on Prepainter
21 June 2005
I just use the dulux mycolour. But nothing beats a few test pots splashed on the walls I think.
ShaneBudget on knocking down and rebuilding new house
7 July 2005
mmmm… tough one pick a figure, hehehe… as a basic guide I would work on about 10 to 15k for the demolition and somewhere between 900 and 1100 per square meter for the…
Katetransportable homes - expensive exercise?
6 September 2005
Hi! I am also looking at this option and have been in contact with a number of manufacturing companies throughout NSW. Would you mind revealing who you bought yours from?…
ausdesignHelp needed: Builder recommendations in VIC
13 September 2005
Ren, I would initially contact your local councils building department. Nearly all keep a list of local building practitioners and then start the normal process - phone…
taradomBuilder Recommendations for subdivision in Mulgrave, Vic
27 December 2005
My advice is don't choose . Why? See my other posts and links to Consumer Affairs Victoria info. https://forum.homeone.com.au/viewtopic.php?t=323 Good luck
AV Jennings or Newstart ? Thoughts please! =)
go to the fair trading website and look up their license number for complaints, etc i dont know much about the second mob, but i would not be going with AV Jennings…
Television show looking for stories...
well if you are interested, I am in the DA approval process of building a dream home for my wife and 3 kids...i have renovated a few houses before but this is the first…
sw00shwhich home builder to choose? Perth Western Australia
12 January 2006
This post might be a bit late to you, but hopefully it helps someone out. I recently built with one of the larger building companies in Perth. I won't name names but…
issitoqLooking for information on kit home companies
13 February 2006
Couldn't help responding to the thread title by offering some advice on a web page at http://www.spin.net.au/~shamsh Perhaps off-to-fnq is still around to read it.
neighboursfenceNeighbours fence is too high to move furniture - what to do?
16 March 2006
Thanks for your response Earl! The awning should be able to come off, also timber - but the access is also a problem further down the path where the box in which…
meksustainable building and design - OT (off-to-fnq)
21 May 2006
I would be interested to hear from people who are building "green" as to what sort of things you are incorporating into your home. I have found that I had to ask for…
Is 2 years a long time to wait for our new house?
in most contracts there are penalty clauses regarding to slow or late finish date. There is a per day penalty fro the late finish. check your contract has this!! in…
buildabasement is cold in the summer and warm on the upper level .
17 June 2006
Mate, most of us are in temperate climate Australia and 1 in 1000 would even have a basement! You may struggle on this forum to get some decent feedback....would if we could!
WithoutACluePlease share your experience building a Kit Home
17 June 2006
Hello there, First I feel so welcome in this forum by virtue of all confusions caused by building a Kit Home; from the attitudes of some suppliers I've spoken to so far…
DukekamayaPrimeline Hardiplank weather vs wood weatherboards
11 August 2006
Weathertex plus R1.5 sarking is about R1.7. I'm not sure about fibre-cement but I imagine it to be about the same. A 300mm cover x 3660mm Weathertex board weighs approx.…