Apr 02, 2007 1:33 pm
I'm on a quest to build a big Georgian-style house in Tasmania as cheaply as possible. One of the biggest potential problems (and expenses) that I see so far is the smooth white-rendered exterior that's part of the standard Georgian feel.
I had thought of just getting plain brick and then rendering that one happy day in the future when I've some more money. But will that ever happen ?
Instead I've seen Austral's range of 'Nawtint' coloured bricks. Maybe this can give me a rendered feel without the same cost ?
Any opinions ? Has anyone used (or seen) these ?
http://www.australbrick.com.au/global/p ... TAS&ID=247
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