Jan 09, 2018 10:09 pm
What items require to be of Australian Standards when fitting into a new home?.
I know taps, electrical ( does that mean all switches, junction box'es and wiring)
So apart from timber , bricks and tiles what else can we order for our house. We just found out the builder is using imported goods so we might as well do it ourself!
your advice appreciated for our new build
Re: Australian Standards - Imported Supplies2
Jan 10, 2018 7:52 am
There are australian standards for everything check out Sai Global
and at $hundred$ a pop, a good designer and engineer should have subscription access to the standards
BTW, Imported Materials & Internet purchases have also been discussed here Ebay stores
Designer,Engineer (Civil,Const & Envir),Builder,Concrete & Masonry Contract.Struct Repairs
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