Re: temporary fencing3
Mar 23, 2008 5:14 am
And there seems to be different standards of temporary fencing! I hope I can specify the one that actually stays up!!!
Building an architect designed home out of Insulated Concrete Forms on acreage in semi-rural SE Melbourne.
Developer approval obtained, engineering complete, getting quotes
Re: temporary fencing4
Mar 23, 2008 11:21 am
We paid $335 for temp fence of up to 18 meters for a minimum of 6 months. Prices vary between $320 to $400 and some inclusive of damage waiver some don't. Hope it helps.....
Start: 15 May 08, Current: Handover inspection 19/09 after that, the house is ours!!
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Re: temporary fencing6
Mar 26, 2008 9:02 pm
We paid M $600 for 20 mtrs for not the front to protect the public or the site but for the rear (canal) for fear there contractors may fall in (back of house sits 15mtrs from waters edge. Mind you considering the number of rum and bourbon cans we have seen on site so far it may have been a good thing
Grandview 36 on Beautiful Bribie
Site Start Dec 5th 2007
Projected completion May 12th 2008 NOPE
Handover 24th June 2008
Moved in 11th July 2008
Wating on one final thing - Still - Oct 2009
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