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5 months5 monthsboonyungboonyung posted:
Handover checklist

Hi All,
Is there a checklist of certificates/engineering diagrams etc which the builder needs to provide at handover?
Thanks

6 months6 monthsboonyungboonyung posted:
Staircase finish

Thanks for your advice

6 months6 monthsboonyungboonyung posted:
Staircase finish

Thanks for the advice. I am a bit confused about the stringer being run higher?

6 months6 monthsboonyungboonyung posted:
Staircase finish

They have now put the other strip of wood under the stairs. Looks terrible, I have asked for a straight edge.

Staircase finish
6 months6 monthsboonyungboonyung posted:
Staircase finish

Thanks. On the other side is timber, they haven’t put the strip of wood on the left side yet.
I just like a straight finish.

6 months6 monthsboonyungboonyung posted:
Staircase finish

Anyone have any ideas on a straight edge finish?

6 months6 monthsboonyungboonyung posted:
Staircase finish

It should be flush right?

6 months6 monthsboonyungboonyung posted:
Staircase finish

Hi all, this doesn’t look right to me. Shouldn’t the staircase be flush with the architrave. Just looks odd with one “sticking” out. Thanks for any advice.

Staircase finish
6 months6 monthsboonyungboonyung posted:
Bathroom door

Yeah agree. They tell me they don’t use silicon as it will go “yellow”

6 months6 monthsboonyungboonyung posted:
Bathroom door

There is a small gap where the tile doesn’t meet. I think they just used a piece of wood to cover it up.

6 months6 monthsboonyungboonyung posted:
Bathroom door

Does this look normal to you guys? It looks like this is just laziness and covering up a gap.
I know when that strip of wood is painted it will…

Bathroom door
6 months6 monthsboonyungboonyung posted:
Staircase finish

Hi All,
Does anyone know why they have finished the staircase with a strip of wood on each side. Is it to cover the join from the gyprock and the staircase?…

Staircase finish
6 months6 monthsboonyungboonyung posted:
Cavity sliding doors

If the frame was created properly that piece of wood won’t be required to cover the tracks.
Is that correct

6 months6 monthsboonyungboonyung posted:
Cavity sliding doors

Thanks. It does cover the tracks.
But I just thought the door should go inside the architrave if that makes sense.

6 months6 monthsboonyungboonyung posted:
Cavity sliding doors

Hi All,
Why is there a piece of wood attached to the cavity sliding door? I thought the door was suppose to go inside the architrave jamb? Doesn’t look right!
Thanks

Cavity sliding doors
7 months7 monthsboonyungboonyung posted:
External wall insulation

Anyone knows?

7 months7 monthsboonyungboonyung posted:
External wall insulation

Hi All,
Can you advise if this insulation circled in the picture should be covered. The insulation on the other side is gyprocked and is my downstairs/home theatre room. The…

External wall insulation

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