May 28, 2010 1:21 pm
Just wanted to say that we had our handover today
It's certainly been an interesting journey of ups and downs and one which will continue as we have so much to do now ourselves. We can't do as much as we would like, however, because of all the rain in Sydney lately. The gradient on our site, gentle as it is, means we have a mud slope at the front of the house. For practical reasons, we want a driveway and front steps in place asap and our concreter can't start until the rain stops and the site dries out for a few days.
I can't speak highly enough of our builder and the wonderful staff we've dealt with including Emma, Leslie and Steve. Of course, there have been problems but building is about how to solve those problems and this team have been great.
The HomeOne forum has been a great resource and I hope to revisit for information, a giggle, help and feedback in future.
Built a (highly) modified Allcastle Maxworth 38.7 in Sydney.
Re: Low Key Post About Handover3
May 28, 2010 2:14 pm
contract signed: Nov 09
Released to Construction: 23 Jul 10
Slab poured: 9 Aug 10
Frame completed: 30 Aug 10
Windows & Gutters: 7 Sep 10
Bricks: 15 - 23 Sep 10
Roof: 24 Sep 10
Gyprock: 20 Oct 10
Lockup: 25 Oct 10
Kitchen: 27 Oct 10
Tiling: 6 - 9 Nov 10
Painting: 17 Nov 10
Carpet: 30 Nov 10
PCI: 15 Dec 10
Handover: 17 Dec 10
Re: Low Key Post About Handover4
May 28, 2010 2:15 pm
How excited you must be, good luck!
Re: Low Key Post About Handover6
May 28, 2010 4:17 pm
A big congrats on finally getting handover & I wish you every happiness in your beautiful new home.
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