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Window Rules & Regulations for Bush Houses

Your best bet is to buy the Australian Standard AS3959:2009 and read the sections on windows and doors.

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Height of concrete pathway's effect on termite protection

Some physical termite sheet/barrier products can double function as the damp proof course for the wall (e.g. Homeguard). Don't forget your primary damp proof membrane is under the slab -…

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Does anyone know of any 'Matt Risinger' equivalents in Austr

I'm really impressed with youtube channel. As a building certifier, this is the kind of builder that I would want to contract to build my own house... His video's…

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Can a private garage be a Class 1 structure?

Ouch! that revetment wall and septic upgrade sound rather nasty in $$ terms...
Not to rub salt in, but when I do get queries like this from clients wanting such a…

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Relocate Sewer Line

candiceb
You seem to be in the worst case scenario basket, usually with some clever structural engineering they can design a footing that bridges over the main, the authority usually obliges…

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Question: Things that you can build on your front yard.

Hi Tendious
If the Council has given you the all clear to build your deck/patio with reduced setbacks, all you need is a building approval from a private building certifier to…

3 months3 monthsAgile ApprovalsAgile Approvals posted:
Can a private garage be a Class 1 structure?

A bit late on this one, and I'm sure you would have got the answer by now, but I'm going to respond in case anyone else finds the following useful.
Yes,…

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Australia's turn for "Leaky Building Syndrome"?

Ah yes... every homeowner needs to read the ...
You normally have to pay for it, but it appears this website has it available in pdf to be freely downloaded.
Just…

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3 months3 monthsAgile ApprovalsAgile Approvals posted:
Prospects of being a builder in Australia

Hi calvinshum
A bit late to this conversation, but better late than never.
I've worked in Government as a building regulator and in building code development, in the private sector as a…

3 months3 monthsAgile ApprovalsAgile Approvals posted:
Australia's turn for "Leaky Building Syndrome"?

Hi SaveH20
Yes I agree, and I would add that there is one major difference and that would be in the cost of rectification. Not the cost of repairing the damage…

3 months3 monthsAgile ApprovalsAgile Approvals posted:
Australia's turn for "Leaky Building Syndrome"?

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If your pressed for time, here's the gist of it -
New Zealand and Canada have experienced an epidemic of leaky buildings.
It's cost NZ $23 billion dollars and counting and…

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