Re: Statesman build Barossa Estate45
Feb 10, 2015 11:29 pm
Went by today and the gutters are on now, so roof should be pretty soon. Have been very busy organizing solar, concreting, carpets, tiles. So hopefully when the house is built every thing should just fall in place.
Re: Statesman build Barossa Estate48
Feb 27, 2015 9:34 am
So exciting for you to see your house coming together. We are building with Statesman too (well hopefully, no council approval as yet), hoping I can ask you a few questions?
The concrete bit under your brick, is this just the slab exposed so you can inspect for termites, or is it something else? I actually don't mind it at all, and reluctant to fork out more cash for upgrades!
I saw an earlier post you had chosen a Monument roof, is this a lighter colour? I like it! Did you go with the painted zincalume gutters or the colourbond? (another thing I can't decide on!)
Re: Statesman build Barossa Estate49
Feb 28, 2015 9:26 pm
I did ask to have the slab raised, didnt cost any extra. And the roof is monument looks a lot lighter once in place and yes i went with the painted zincalume gutters as i couldnt justify the cost of colourbond.
Hope this helps
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