Sep 26, 2017 11:41 pm
Having worked in the residential sector for 10 years now, I've definitely seen the need for guidance and support from someone with intensive building knowledge from the get go. Having someone to help check papaerwork, prepare you for pre-start, share common tips and tricks, what the questions are you should be asking and what information you require to make sure you are completely prepared is absolutely essential in my book.
If you would like help, support, guidance from a trusted source please don't hesitate to get in contact with me, building a house should be an exciting experience not daunting and stressful.
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