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Sydney inner west
Joined 14 June 2016
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4 d4 dquasiquasi posted:
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Saltwater - we paid $1265 for 3 phase. when i researched at the time (a year ago), many in my area were paying $1045 for single phase. probably depends on…

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4 d4 dquasiquasi posted:
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can anyone recommend any decent private certifiers that operate in the inner west (Strathfield area)? we're changing our grass/concrete mix + need to raise all our fences as the house…

4 d4 dquasiquasi posted:
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does anyone had to get RMS approval for expanding/changing the driveway road crossing? we're on a main road so council wants RMS to approve, who in turn wont apprvoe without…

12 d12 dquasiquasi posted:
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Shiraz_elite: Their quality is generally good, bar a few horror builds. Main issue is time. Outer areas seem to be quite fast but inner west/West Sydney generally takes forever due…

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13 d13 dquasiquasi posted:
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Even funnier, the SS told us today he hasn't spotted the painter for a while and he might need to get a new one if this one doesn't reappear.
Hilarious,…

13 d13 dquasiquasi posted:
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If the painter is still lurking around, pay him a bit extra for another coat. We have tailwind and it varies from green to a nice off white depending on…

20 d20 dquasiquasi posted:
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Gibson / Rox82, same here. Way over and snails pace. Almost no progress from just before Easter until this week when a few trades pitched up. So close for so…

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1 month1 monthquasiquasi posted:
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It's normally a lot darker when laid - true colour takes a couple of weeks to come through once it dries out. Ours wasn't charcoal so not sure what that's…

3 months3 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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Actually, even though ours is similar to yours (just one plank) its a lot better because it's nailed in the side so better able to oppose the downforce. Yours is…

3 months3 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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See as many display homes as possible and note down the things you really like. We looked at M but also some high end builders (>$1m build) for ideas.…

3 months3 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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Actually, even though ours is similar to yours (just one plank) its a lot better because it's nailed in the side so better able to oppose the downforce. Yours is…

3 months3 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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Standard buildings contracts. They dont entertain changes to the core contract at all so I don't think lawyer will help. I think all project builders are like this so…

3 months3 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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Yes, that's it. We thought it was left over scrap so we asked the SS last week when the reinforcing was getting put in! They nail it from the side…

6 months6 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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Same happened to us, although they gave us the option to delay. Just that drafting are so slow, it would have delayed an extra 2 months. Our plans only got…

6 months6 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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Well done- exciting phase coming up! Hopefully you get the slab in before the Xmas shut down, so its ready straight after

6 months6 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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Not sure of protocol around posting or sharing M staff names here, even if it's for a positive opinion. I can PM you if you really want to know.
Unlike…

6 months6 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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Shama, wow. an inspection might highlight tolerances that are being exceeded which M "have to" fix. or it could at least give you comfort that all will be good after…

6 months6 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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Thanks Sandra. Exactly the impression I got with Tyrrells. We'll also give Daniel a shot.

6 months6 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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Sandra2016, S-VE, Gibson et al - re: old posts about building inspectors. we're 2 weeks from "lock up" (is that what its called - structure done before gyprock, insulation floors…

7 months7 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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Ours is stone. No real variation, even across the 2 batches of deliveries, but being wet makes it darker. The mortar definitely gets a lot lighter as it dries…

7 months7 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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sandra 2016 re:M just after $$$
I'm sure it varies by office and customer/agent but I've actually found them extremely honest. Just excessively process oriented - bad, cumbersome processes not conducive…

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7 months7 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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With us, they were on fire for the first week where they almost finished the entire first floor. About a month later a teeny bit of the 2nd floor done.…

7 months7 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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Ours is similar. I didn't mind the darker shade but the brickies told me it gets a lot lighter in a couple of weeks as it dries (which it has)

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