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3 months3 monthsCBPHCBPH posted:
BAL Compliance

Thanks for that very much appreciated.

3 months3 monthsCBPHCBPH posted:
BAL Compliance

Hi All,
Hoping someone may be able to help as builder is not being helpful at all on this new build.
Should all metal roofs be installed for 12.5 and beyond the…

8 months8 monthsCBPHCBPH posted:
Construction Plans vs Actual Construction

Not interested in anything except making sure it is fixed correctly or is to standard, makes it hard with this whole coronavirus as it seems builders are getting away with…

8 months8 monthsCBPHCBPH posted:
Construction Plans vs Actual Construction

l,
Hoping someone may be able to assist whilst I await an answer.
We have had a house built recently and unfortunately missed some key problems that we have now found.
House…

2 years2 yearsCBPHCBPH posted:
Metricon Denver 45

Thanks not too bad really given the changes to your plan!

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2 years2 yearsCBPHCBPH posted:
Metricon Denver 45

House looks amazing!! How much did metricon charge to extend out kitchen/family walls? This plan is on our shortlist for a new build.
Cheers

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5 years5 yearsCBPHCBPH posted:
Grass Type?

Just hoping someone can tell if this is Kykuyu growing?
It seems to have taken over parts of our Sir Walter and want to get onto it just having trouble identifying…

9 years9 yearsCBPHCBPH posted:
The CARLISLE HOMES & SPECTRA General Information Thread

Umm, was a standard inclusion when we built, NSW spotted gum. :)

9 years9 yearsCBPHCBPH posted:
The CARLISLE HOMES & SPECTRA General Information Thread

No, for us the perspex looked cheap and tacky, having seen it now in a few homes we are very glad we didn't do it.
Overheads were pumice, all others were…

The CARLISLE HOMES & SPECTRA General Information Thread
9 years9 yearsCBPHCBPH posted:
The CARLISLE HOMES & SPECTRA General Information Thread

Our kitchen was 4,000 in vinyl wrap gloss. We had 9 pot drawers, 4 cutlery drawers and 11 doors.

9 years9 yearsCBPHCBPH posted:
The CARLISLE HOMES & SPECTRA General Information Thread

House plan specific.

9 years9 yearsCBPHCBPH posted:
The CARLISLE HOMES & SPECTRA General Information Thread

This depends on the soil type. Once the soil tests are done you will know what level of slab you will need.
5. Previous posts suggested that getting evapourative cooling through…

9 years9 yearsCBPHCBPH posted:
The CARLISLE HOMES & SPECTRA General Information Thread

That is due to the pitch of the roof and how many tile rows there is.

9 years9 yearsCBPHCBPH posted:
Grand Lakes Estate, Lara, VIC

I can get my brother to quote your job for you. Has public liability etc but does it on weekends so for you it is generally cheaper (he works with…

9 years9 yearsCBPHCBPH posted:
The CARLISLE HOMES & SPECTRA General Information Thread

No they haven't gone back on their word, they just seem to not acknowledge it as a problem.
End of the day, we couldn't give a crap about the past…

9 years9 yearsCBPHCBPH posted:
The CARLISLE HOMES & SPECTRA General Information Thread

If you were refused an itemised report of the costs you do not have to pay, unless of course you agreed to rock removal costs in the contract, in which…

9 years9 yearsCBPHCBPH posted:
House framing defects, saving on inspections?

I think what is worse than the building comission is when builders say "No problems, go to the building comission" as a retort to their shady work!

9 years9 yearsCBPHCBPH posted:
Our PD Livingstone - 18 months on

In regards to the front tap, if you need it moved, shoot me a pm, there is a lara plumber that does it dirt cheap. We moved ours across for…

9 years9 yearsCBPHCBPH posted:
Grand Lakes Estate, Lara, VIC

Wont find any rock around here. The extra costs are additional.

9 years9 yearsCBPHCBPH posted:
Grand Lakes Estate, Lara, VIC

Most are HD, some people have got away with H though, mainly in the early stages where less fill was required.

9 years9 yearsCBPHCBPH posted:
Grand Lakes Estate, Lara, VIC

Is the person building a carlisle home in kingfisher court on here, I noticed a frame had roof done, now they have ripped it down?

9 years9 yearsCBPHCBPH posted:
Opinions about our two builds..

Clarendon for me, childrens bedrooms beside the master? No thanks. On top of this the clarendon home has a "living area" up stairs, the other does not.

9 years9 yearsCBPHCBPH posted:
corner blocks.. yes or no?

Depends on the estate.
Some estates require special facades, certain conditions for the sides etc, some require different fencing that affords zero privacy. Personally I like not being on a corner.…

9 years9 yearsCBPHCBPH posted:
Our bank needs a quote for getting the crossover done...

Do concreters do cashies for crossovers? Given the concreter requires a certain limit of public liability insurance and you need a building permit to do it I thought they usually…

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