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Joined 30 May 2024
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2 d2 djonathanbijonathanbi posted:
Building Stages

Thanks for your reponse.
Oh, wow. Thats very exciting for you. My builder has taken 6 months, and slab hasn't been poured yet.

3 d3 djonathanbijonathanbi posted:
Variations

Is it written somewhere? Because its not in my Master Builders contract.
Thanks

3 d3 djonathanbijonathanbi posted:
Variations

Hi Everyone!
Does the builder have to provide evidence when submitting a variation notice?
The builder is charging me an extra $16k for a site cut, but they are not showing me…

3 d3 djonathanbijonathanbi posted:
Building Stages

Hi Everyone,
I am building a 431sqm home.
How long does it take from finished slab to finished framing?
Thanks!

5 d5 djonathanbijonathanbi posted:
uPVC or Thermally Broken windows

Hi stonesthrow. Thanks for your reply. I'd be happy to go with uPVC if the builder gave back my money! They charged us for Thermally Broken, but are giving us…

8 d8 djonathanbijonathanbi posted:
uPVC or Thermally Broken windows

Appreciate the reply and information. What was the cost difference in installation?

10 d10 djonathanbijonathanbi posted:
EOT and Rainy Days

I don’t get it

11 d11 djonathanbijonathanbi posted:
Window Installation

Which window is more expensive to install, and roughly by how much?
uPVC or Thermally Broken?
Thanks everyone!

11 d11 djonathanbijonathanbi posted:
uPVC or Thermally Broken windows

YES! I wanted to see if anyone had any feedback, which you clearly didnt.

11 d11 djonathanbijonathanbi posted:
uPVC or Thermally Broken windows

Hey guys,
I signed a contract with thermally broken windows, however, I am forced to use uPVC.
They state that uPVC has better energy rating, is this true?
Thanks,
Jonathan. VIC

15 d15 djonathanbijonathanbi posted:
Windows

Hi guys,
At the time of tender we didn’t have our energy report.
Therefore we went with thermally broken which was understood to be the more expensive option.
However, now the builder is…

18 d18 djonathanbijonathanbi posted:
EOT and Rainy Days

Hi Guys, Is it normal to not include any rainy days in the Master Builders Contract?
The builder keeps extending the time, and charging us variations for an increase in actual…

23 d23 djonathanbijonathanbi posted:
Sewage and Stormwater Pumps

Hi Everyone,
I need some urgent advice.
Originally, my tender plans included a basement with the lowest level at 591.550.
To get approvals, I had to lower it to 591.000…

Sewage and Stormwater Pumps

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