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12 d12 dpowersquadpowersquad posted:
100% Pure New Zealand. A Kiwi build journey

Slow progress in the last couple of weeks. The builders mainly just fixed any framing issues they found and fully completed the roof installation and prepared for external cladding. The…

26 d26 dpowersquadpowersquad posted:
Our KDR Project - Canberra

Beautiful house!

27 d27 dpowersquadpowersquad posted:
100% Pure New Zealand. A Kiwi build journey

Woohoo! Roof is up. Well at least 90% of it. We went it’s a colour called grey gull and it’s 0.55mm thick. The ribs are spaced apart at good length…

29 d29 dpowersquadpowersquad posted:
100% Pure New Zealand. A Kiwi build journey

Very slow progress this week. Weather has been bad. Lots of rain. Roof was due to be installed couple of days ago but rain hampered the efforts. Hopefully Thursday and…

1 month1 monthpowersquadpowersquad posted:
100% Pure New Zealand. A Kiwi build journey

These are the appliances we have purchased. We bought the fridge, washer, dryer and microwave last year and it’s been sitting in the garage packed since then. The rest of…

1 month1 monthpowersquadpowersquad posted:
100% Pure New Zealand. A Kiwi build journey

Our move in date given by the builder is end of Feb 2020. We reckon first week of March. From 20th December to 14th January, most trades will go on…

1 month1 monthpowersquadpowersquad posted:
100% Pure New Zealand. A Kiwi build journey

Roof trusses for one side of the house have gone up. Scaffolding and safety nets have been setup as well. Have dates booked with plumber and electrician after 3 weeks…

1 month1 monthpowersquadpowersquad posted:
100% Pure New Zealand. A Kiwi build journey

Framing was delivered today and most of it has been put up today as well. Made us very happy as we were able now have a picture in our mind…

1 month1 monthpowersquadpowersquad posted:
Simonds Palisade in Adelaide

Your house entry from the outside and high stud height in the kitchen looks great. In regards to the capped water point missing in the refrigerator space, is it missing…

2 months2 monthspowersquadpowersquad posted:
100% Pure New Zealand. A Kiwi build journey

The boxing around the concrete slab has been taken off either yesterday or early morning today and they have dropped steel around the perimeter of where the covered alfresco will…

2 months2 monthspowersquadpowersquad posted:
100% Pure New Zealand. A Kiwi build journey

We got slabbed today! The builder forgot to add a rebate for the kitchen sliding door which I did remind them about a day earlier when I visited the site.…

2 months2 monthspowersquadpowersquad posted:
100% Pure New Zealand. A Kiwi build journey

Ribraft/waffleslab flooring has been installed along with the steel mesh. Council inspection tomorrow and if that passes then concrete pour on Friday! Our council inspection for the initial plumbing pipe…

2 months2 monthspowersquadpowersquad posted:
100% Pure New Zealand. A Kiwi build journey

Waffleslab is prob the correct word but here in NZ, there is one company (Firth) that introduced and made the product famous after the Christchurch earthquake under the name ribraft…

2 months2 monthspowersquadpowersquad posted:
100% Pure New Zealand. A Kiwi build journey

Plumbing started today. Looks like pipes already laid for both bathrooms, guest toilet and laundry. The 2 trailer loads of ribraft flooring panels arrived while I was at the site…

2 months2 monthspowersquadpowersquad posted:
External Motor Rangehoods? Marketing or Fact

Incorrect installation of rangehood is no fault of external motor though is it? In majority of the cases the cooking is done in evening so your external motor will be…

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2 months2 monthspowersquadpowersquad posted:
100% Pure New Zealand. A Kiwi build journey

Box for the steel mesh, ribraft floor and concrete pour all completed today. From Monday begins the plumbing.

2 months2 monthspowersquadpowersquad posted:
Building a smart home, advise wanted

Hi BECAM. I always recommend installation of smart relays/controllers behind your choice of traditional wall switches and power sockets. The beauty about this setup is that you get to still…

2 months2 monthspowersquadpowersquad posted:
100% Pure New Zealand. A Kiwi build journey

Just came back from the site. Looks like they have levelled up the site with sand for boxing beginning from Monday. Plumber, gar fitter and little electrical will be done…

2 months2 monthspowersquadpowersquad posted:
100% Pure New Zealand. A Kiwi build journey

Sand pad going down today. Plumbing and electrical conduits before concrete is poured on top of them will be completed by Monday and Tuesday has been booked for concrete pour…

2 months2 monthspowersquadpowersquad posted:
100% Pure New Zealand. A Kiwi build journey

Hello everyone, I have been member of this forum for few years but I always have been a lurker going through some amazing house builds of members in Australia. There…

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