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26 d26 dBuildingandLegalBuildingandLegal posted:
Storm Water System

You will need to consult a hydraulic engineer. They will need the Roof catchment area + hard scape areas based on the average rainfall for the area, All…

26 d26 dBuildingandLegalBuildingandLegal posted:
Builder asking us to sign and accept a contract variation

Actually you wear two hats, you are the purchaser of the land (Hat 1) but you also wear the Hat as the developer (Hat 2). You are engaging the…

2 months2 monthsBuildingandLegalBuildingandLegal posted:
PCI Pics

Sorry, but you are not at PC. The external photo's are certainly not showing a clean site, the AJ's are not corked, your paint work is incomplete and appliances not…

2 months2 monthsBuildingandLegalBuildingandLegal posted:
Advice on Landscaping Issues done by Simonds

Unfortunately the industry has moved from quality to quantity, lowest price gets the sale enquiry!
The code requires that the first 1m grades at 50mm to direct water away from the…

2 months2 monthsBuildingandLegalBuildingandLegal posted:
Pool excavation ONLY

Depending on the soil classification and how close the pool will be to the home you should be advising the builder of your intention to install a pool later, if…

2 months2 monthsBuildingandLegalBuildingandLegal posted:
Advice on Landscaping Issues done by Simonds

Retaining walls can not be located on the boundary line as they are not a shared element, a retaining wall is owned by one property. A fence can be…

2 months2 monthsBuildingandLegalBuildingandLegal posted:
Cancellation of a signed contract

, it depends where you are in the process, as all costs incurred by the builder can be charged to the purchaser, if you're going to change you really need…

2 months2 monthsBuildingandLegalBuildingandLegal posted:
Cancellation of a signed contract

, it depends where you are in the process, as all costs incurred by the builder can be charged to the purchaser, if you're going to change you really need…

2 months2 monthsBuildingandLegalBuildingandLegal posted:
Cancellation of a signed contract

The builder is legally able to charge for site investigation services, preparation of drawings & costings for the preparation of the tender and the contract (depending on when you terminate),…

2 months2 monthsBuildingandLegalBuildingandLegal posted:
Hume vs Corinthian Doors

Corinthian are actually slightly more solid, Hume have a 38mm thickness was as Corinthian are 40mm

2 months2 monthsBuildingandLegalBuildingandLegal posted:
Insulation when buying off the plan

This looks to be part of the standard spec, what the builder includes as standard. Just ask the question of your sales consultant, "Is this standard"? if they say…

2 months2 monthsBuildingandLegalBuildingandLegal posted:
Cracked roof

No it's classed as on-going owners maintenance, a handyman could do it easily enough, maybe $100 - $150 it's only a small job

2 months2 monthsBuildingandLegalBuildingandLegal posted:
Building Contract Definitions

You building contract should have a standard breakdown as to what is required to be completed for a stage, unless the builder has inserted his own version and it's a…

2 months2 monthsBuildingandLegalBuildingandLegal posted:
Neighbour put flower bed against my wall, potential problem?

Depending on you soil profile, clays will absorb the extra moisture causing localised heave which will cause cracking to you concrete floor minor movement to the cornice and hairline <1mm…

2 months2 monthsBuildingandLegalBuildingandLegal posted:
Simonds in QLD

Most volume project builders are pretty much the same as they all offer similar inclusions, promotional offers it mostly comes down to the design that you like the most and…

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