ShaneHelp 1st home builder, builders didnt tellwhole story.
7 April 2005
Unfortunately all to often people get a bad impression of the building industry when building with some of the different project builders. Blondie don’t feel bad because…
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…
GuestBuilder 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…