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6 d6 dluxbuildluxbuild posted:
Rawson Homes - General Thread

I'd say over 20k as a ballpark, but it really depends on what you are doing.
If you do upgrade stairs, check and get every element documented. I also recommend you…

2 months2 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
Rawson Homes - General Thread

I think house and land packages are different then say a knock down rebuild, and they'll give you a couple of styles to choose from.
I think some estates might…

2 months2 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
Rawson Homes - General Thread

Depending on the design they might need to add steel beams to support the extra weight of the bricks.
Your choice of bricks could also significantly add to the cost.
So yes,…

2 months2 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
Rawson Homes - General Thread

You can only go by the preconstruction plans etc and your specific plan documents. The contract states marketing material isn't part of the contract.
So if there is something missing you…

3 months3 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
KDR - Rawson Balmoral (Modified) Sydney NSW

Check the first page, it has his selections listed.

5 months5 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
Bricks issue - need assistance please

Why is the first course on the alfresco *not* a full brick height?
edt: sorry left out "not".

8 months8 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
Homebuilder Grant Scheme - Shocking outcome!!

I saw in the news a very small number approved, about 250? so they might relax the ruling to get better take up.

8 months8 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
Homebuilder Grant Scheme - Shocking outcome!!

Yeah, I hope you get it as what you are doing is in the spirit of the grant.
I'm sure you've gone through everything but can you present a tender document…

8 months8 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
Homebuilder Grant Scheme - Shocking outcome!!

Crazy as it sounds, just make sure it's all worth it and the builder doesn't suck it all up in commission/margin.

9 months9 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
Checking contract

I agree that you personally need to be aware of the contents of the contract to avoid problems during the build. The contract can be reviewed for legality etc, but…

9 months9 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
When do the colour selections and other choices happen

Im not sure who you are building with, but in my experience you need to know what you have chosen before the internal/external selection appointments, the builder only allows enough…

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9 months9 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
HGWA $80,000 Luxury Range inclusions

Make sure its included in your tender as the builder may add a clause in the contract that marketing material or emails do not form part of the contract (seen…

9 months9 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
When do the colour selections and other choices happen

I guess it comes down to your preapproval amount and how much you add during selections, but all the adjustments you make during the selection process should be covered by…

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9 months9 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
Inspection of brand New Home without exit clause

I'd ignore the fact that its a new build and treat it as buying any other house. Would you recommend buying a car without getting it checked out? Who knows…

9 months9 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
Inspection of brand New Home without exit clause

If your brother isn't building it with a practical completion inspection etc, I would think of it as just buying any other house, you don't know how it was built…

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9 months9 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
windows out of plumb by 5mm

I've just seen your other posts and see you are past when they would have done frame straightening etc.
Has the builder shown you proof its in tolerance?
I agree that…

9 months9 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
windows out of plumb by 5mm

What building stage are you at?
Have they done frame straightening etc?

10 months10 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
KDR complications

With a CDC build you just tell the the neighbors "we are knocking down the house and building a 2 story dwelling and its going to get approved in 14…

10 months10 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
KDR complications

Yeah it depends if its a CDC or DA.
Build under CDC regulations and the neighbors will just get notified before the start of the work.
Build as a DA and…

11 months11 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
Rawson Seaview 36 - Schofields

H Vin,
Yes speak to your site supervisor about both those locations, they should be happy to discuss any concerns or questions you have. Im not saying its wrong but something…

11 months11 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
Rawson Seaview 36 - Schofields

Ask them about this circled pipe on the edge. Looks like its the stack pipe for your upstairs bathroom.
It probably would have been easier to be a bit from the…

Rawson Seaview 36 - Schofields
11 months11 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
Site too wet to cut

Is the slab designed for these conditions?

11 months11 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
Funky Smell Mystery

Can you cover one with plastic and seal it with tape and see if the smell disappears?

11 months11 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
Cavity sliding doors

I guess it comes down to the design.
It seems the more modern/cleaner designs either do away with, or have a much smaller removable pelmet.
Maybe the deeper ones help with draughts/sound,…

11 months11 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
Cavity sliding doors

I think that part covers the tracks and is is removable, so you can slide the door into the closed position, take off that top part and then remove the…

11 months11 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
No caulking in articulation joint behind down pipe

Hi, your image wasn't showing for me, so Ive relinked it here.
NSW standards say "Where required, control joints are defective if they are not sealed in accordance with AS 3700".
Presumably…

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11 months11 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
How do I build this shelf?

I just googled bookshelf brackets and there some that are similar. Thought that might help?

11 months11 monthsluxbuildluxbuild posted:
Underbench oven or not?

I agree with you gogo65, its something I wish we had though of before building.

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