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3 months3 monthsonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

FYI anyone looking to build, allow at least 9months for the admin process.

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3 months3 monthsonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

In terms of timelines, I'm still building at the moment but, within 3 months we have completed

- Slab
- Frame
- Roof
- Hebel
- Rendering
Not sure how that compares to everyone else's…

5 months5 monthsonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

Thanks all, windows were delivered this week. Not as bad as I thought, I'll still change them after handover though.

5 months5 monthsonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

Thanks for that, that was what we were wanting. It's a pain because it will be cheaper to change it after the fact rather than pay Mojo the variation cost.

5 months5 monthsonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

Windows, council doesn't care what mirrors and show screens I have.

5 months5 monthsonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

Hi all,
Just a question, it appears we have to change the type of glass in our bathrooms, apparently going DA you can't have clear but going CDC you can…

10 months10 monthsonggieonggie posted:
Horizon Homes

If you can find the person on this forum, there is someone on here building a 60sq house with Roselea I would expect they would be at least half way…

1 year1 yearonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

Corner shower is one way to do it as pictured above with a cavity slider. Not my thing though. We ran one sheet of glass across, no door, no frames…

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1 year1 yearonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

Yep, we cut out space from wth WIP to put a shower downstairs. Only real way to make it fit.

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1 year1 yearonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

We are doing these stairs and the price is pretty standard for project builders. To be honest, if you are building a Soul don't skimp out as it's the first…

1 year1 yearonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

It's all relative to size but 60k generally gets the hole dug, concrete, plumbing, electrical and tiling.

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1 year1 yearonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

From what I understand, even though Mojo are under the MJH umbrella they operate separately.
While I read about burnt out SS', and painful administration periods, they seem…

1 year1 yearonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

While I sympathize I can understand the price increases. Building materials are much more expensive now, traddies are more expensive and your general inflation needs to be accounted for.
While a…

1 year1 yearonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

Sorry have gotten back on till today. How did you go with everything?

1 year1 yearonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

So an update on my progress, building the Shieke Facade did my colours the other week. No issues on my end, I guess everything needs to be in writing people.…

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1 year1 yearonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

Retracted vent will deal with Mojo first and see if they can resolve it.

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1 year1 yearonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

7k to 12k for a third garage, depending on size and features. Eg roller door or standard swinging door access.

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2 years2 yearsonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

FYI Norwest Antennas did my last build for $350 no amp needed. So MyChoice is quite the rip off. Did anyone do flyscreens with Mojo and how did it compare…

2 years2 yearsonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

Definitely startup a new thread if you will but I think you have now completly missed my point (as this wasn't 100mbit vs 1000mbit switch discussion) and it still remains…

2 years2 yearsonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

10mb is different to to 10mbps, I think you may be getting confused. A cheap switch would be a 100megabit switch. Once again do you think the user will have…

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2 years2 yearsonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

Apart from cheap switches being cable of having 10+mb throughput and my doubts of home users being able to flood the network with that amount of traffic. One of the…

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2 years2 yearsonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

Managed switches are for enterprise/businesses that give you more control of the network. They will be more expensive as well. So just look for unmanaged switches, really when it comes…

2 years2 yearsonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

Good choice, some builders put them in and they use the small home hubs. The big ones are marginally better. I suggest one 24 port unmanaged switch and one 4…

2 years2 yearsonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

So they aren't actually going to be terminated? What do Mojo provide in their builds, one of those crappy small Hills Home Hubs? I can give you advice if I…

2 years2 yearsonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

Wow what a rip off, CAT6 is easier to terminate than CAT5. Wonder how they justify that pricing. But like a bunch of other things I have found out are…

2 years2 yearsonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

The best thing for cameras is just to run CAT cables. IP cameras can then be powered by ethernet as well, meaning you only need to run one cable instead…

2 years2 yearsonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

Does anyone know if they had options with rainwater tanks? I'm wanting to push the house up against one boundary and want the tank there as well. It means I…

2 years2 yearsonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

Great, thanks for letting me know.

2 years2 yearsonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

Sorry another question, has anyone had their 900mm oven mounted on a wall instead of on the floor under the cook top?

2 years2 yearsonggieonggie posted:
Mojo Homes

Until you are under the perils of a crap site supervisor.

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