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4 d4 dthmethme posted:
Using exposed brick for a feature wall

I guess it depends on your overall colour scheme. The brown/grey bricks seem to be really in fashion.
I really like the exposed brick, we were initially hoping to build an…

4 d4 dthmethme posted:
Using exposed brick for a feature wall

We're doing one in our entrance, to use as a gallery wall. It's basically the garage wall bricks facing the inside of the house, rather than being inside the garage.
I…

6 d6 dthmethme posted:
KDR - New Choice Homes Custom design - Perth, WA

Pre-start
External Colour Choices:
External brickwork (also internal feature wall) - Brikmakers Vintage red with cream mortar, rolled joints

Roof Cover and fascia - Colorbond Surfmist
Fencing/retaining, gutters, downpipes and garage door - Colorbond…

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6 d6 dthmethme posted:
KDR - New Choice Homes Custom design - Perth, WA

Some more plans:
Front elevation

Side Elevations

9 d9 dthmethme posted:
KDR - New Choice Homes Custom design - Perth, WA

I don’t think they charge more, it was just something we stipulated. I could be wrong, but always thought the Maxi’s were stronger than the fastwall.

9 d9 dthmethme posted:
KDR - New Choice Homes Custom design - Perth, WA

Demolition
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9 d9 dthmethme posted:
KDR - New Choice Homes Custom design - Perth, WA

Hi Guys
As promised a few months ago, we've decided to share our upcoming build. We're first time builders, so it's been quite an eye-opening experience so far and I'm sure…

KDR - New Choice Homes Custom design - Perth, WA
22 d22 dthmethme posted:
Does ceiling height adds value to the property?

We've gone for 34 course (2914mm) in our portico, entry, front hallway, kitchen, dining, living and alfresco. The remainder we've done 31 course (2657mm), and a 34 course recessed ceiling…

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2 months2 monthsthmethme posted:
WA Demolish and Build - Ben Trager

You definitely want to have the structual side done before you commit to the plans agreement. Once they submit it to council for DA or building permit, they usually won't…

2 months2 monthsthmethme posted:
WA Demolish and Build - Ben Trager

Hey, we’re going through a similar process (demolish and build in an established area). We settled on a design that we liked and gave a few non-negotiables up front (stone…

5 months5 monthsthmethme posted:
Need to know law

The face of the brick is on the outside on the outer walls and you're only seeing the inner face (which is plain red) on the interior of the garage.…

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6 months6 monthsthmethme posted:
A detailed task breakdown start-to-finish for a KDR?

We're in the process of demolishing an existing property.
We sought 3 quotes for the demolition and the prices were very similar, in the end we went with the one that…

6 months6 monthsthmethme posted:
Individual Design - New Choice Homes

Hi Choosy
I have watched your build with much interest, as we are doing a similar thing to you (demolish and custom build in an established area).
We've recently signed with New…

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