Building A New House
Re: Redink Homes Carramar Wildwood Estate - Nearly finished865
Aug 07, 2014 10:21 pm
Wow Wildwood Congratulations on moving into ur beautiful new home. It looks Fabulous!!!!
Just caught up again with ur build as been busy with my own dramas and poor health. Sorry to hear about your troubles earlier, absolutely horrific for you,but I am sure it is all positive from now on.
You have got all ur house sorted very quickly, I am impressed. it must be so nice not to have all that sand about.
Love photos of ur wardrobe, was just thinking about having shelves installed so great to see what you have done.
Building in Myalup with Redink
PCQ : Nov 2012
Prestart: 17 th March 2013
Builders Permit: Sept 2013
Completed build Aug 2014
Re: Redink Homes Carramar Wildwood Estate - Nearly finished867
Aug 08, 2014 8:49 am
The gates look beautiful your little boy's birthday party will be a huge success and so special in your new home!
Re: Redink Homes Carramar Wildwood Estate - Nearly finished870
Aug 12, 2014 4:20 pm
Hello stranger , I missed your posts on the gates . Look really good . How is everything going ? We still have so much to do . To say we have a funish home . I dont even have a time frame . I recon by the time we finish I will be building another home lol .our esate do our front . A bit of grass, curbing some plants and retic . Nothing special but its something .byford really windy last night and today my exposed agg full of bloody yellow and black sand . Great . And then my luck it will rain . Lol
Re: Redink Homes Carramar Wildwood Estate - Nearly finished871
Aug 15, 2014 6:41 pm
Thanks Melsie!!!! I'm hearing you, the To Do List just gets longer and longer!!!!! Our front is being landscaped by the estate as well, but we are trying to work out if we have the $$$ to get our rendered planter boxes/walls in before they do it or whether we just get them to put the lawn in for now to give us some breathing space I'll have to go check out your thread now xx
Re: Redink Homes Carramar Wildwood Estate - Nearly finished872
Aug 15, 2014 9:36 pm
Im still alive lol oh better still the kids are .ha ha .I wont so much more .but there is no money left . No backyard. Still painting .still skirting and now trying to work out cheapest way to fit out robes .there is a pattern going on here .nothing is getting finished lol a man thing .I am now living in a small reno . Im going to win lotto .some may say I have .and sometimes I think I am being ungrateful but who cares I wont everything lol . Im still waitimg on items to be fixed or checked by redink but im being patient and hopefully it will pay off . There pretty cool there I still ring them 2 times a week lol . But over all im happy but do have my days when I think will I ever finish and sit here and say there is no more to be done .did I say im going to win lotto:)
Re: Redink Homes Carramar Wildwood Estate - Nearly finished873
Feb 15, 2015 10:20 am
Hi WildwoodDream - was wondering if you're still around on the forum sometimes? If you wouldn't mind, I'd love more info re your outside shower. RedInk said yes to basic capped plumbing at prestart only to say now they have to install with tiles. Which would've been great had they said that when we were in Aus to choose tiles! I see you have an outdoor shower without tiles - did you have to ask for anything special for them to allow that?
Hope you're well!
Re: Redink Homes Carramar Wildwood Estate - Nearly finished874
Mar 20, 2015 11:35 am
We were not required to install any type of tiling, we had an actual basic shower head and mixer tap installed at the same time, so ours isn't capped but I doubt that should make any difference? It must be a new requirement? I assume they mean tiling to the ground? Or is it to the wall?
Sorry I'm not much help!
Re: Redink Homes Carramar Wildwood Estate - Nearly finished875
Mar 21, 2015 9:36 am
Hi there. Our son just moved into his REDInk place in wildwood. Very similar design to yours looks like from pics. Can you share where you hog your shutters and $ please. They are not sure best place for them. pm if you prefer. Hope you are loving it!
Re: Redink Homes Carramar Wildwood Estate - Nearly finished876
Mar 22, 2015 1:17 pm
Hi Scrapbizz, we love love love our shutters We got them through Prestige Shutters, our friend owns the business so we got a really good deal, so I'm sorry but I'm not sure realistically what the cost would be. Prestige Shutters is a really high quality product, so definitely won't be the cheapest quote you will find, but you definitely wouldn't be disappointed with the finished product
Re: Redink Homes Carramar Wildwood Estate - Nearly finished877
Mar 23, 2015 5:08 am
Thanks WwD - I think I may have to ask them one more time to reconsider - I find it impossible to choose something without seeing it first for myself!
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