We raised all robe shelf and hanging rails from the standard 1800mm to 2100mm. This give you the option to put in another hanging rail at 1000mm or a…
Sounds interesting. Could you give me more info as I'm interested.
Not yet, I still want to sort out all other costs ie, storm water etc. Will keep you posted
I'll keep you posted...just popping out.
I've took advice from this site and asked that we get all the plans and final quotes for storm water etc before we pick paint…
We're soon to do our pre start with Ventura Homes. Has anyone got any tips as we're going into the unknown.
Thanks in advance
Hi, can anyone recommend someone who designs stormwater charged system for a sloping block.
Thanks in advance
I thought it may be a big operation. It's a shame there isn't a smaller residential version.
Has anyone ever known or done a bore hole deep into the water table and piped Storm water in. Probably a silly question but needed to ask.
Hahaha, not quite.
Hence this forum for people who would like advise on these matters of interest from people who have experienced it, or know ways around it. I'm from the…
I'm in the hills and the next problem is the storm water.
I slope back from the road with no shire mains to tap into therefore have to try and…
Thanks again structural.
Well I've been banging my head against building a double brick home in WA for ages. I've done the earth works myself saving $$$ however knowing it is…
Thanks for the Promt feed back. It's seems they're both just as expensive although a better option for sure..
Hi. Has anyone built with SIP Panels in Perth WA or on m class soil
I'll be watching also, looks great. I'm going through a building broker in Perth and will post once we get started. 4x2 with theatre and double glazing.
Interesting, thanks. Looking forward to the watching the build. Good luck.
Thanks for the references Doozer, I'll get in touch with them. I'm trying to save on site works and am still getting quotes through a building broker at the…
Thanks Bebbsy, I'm expecting similar for sure however, the shire want it retained on site which is impossible so maybe they'll look at this method.
I live in Perth in the Hills and am building a new house on a subdivision. The shire want all storm water retained on site however it is clay…
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