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Sydney inner west
Joined 14 June 2016
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1 month1 monthquasiquasi posted:
Straightness of skirts?

They dont put them on properly initially in order to allow the floor people to remove them without causing wall damage, but this results in them warping (i your build…

2 months2 monthsquasiquasi posted:
garage door gap need opinion

Possibly use a good filler to just bring the level up a bit? Bunnings has an epoxy filler that works really well. We had some big chips in our slab…

2 months2 monthsquasiquasi posted:
Is this off white?

Gets lighter once it dries but that does look like sand/cream Mortar rather than white/off-white. If it's any consolation, I think it looks really good with that brick, just no…

2 months2 monthsquasiquasi posted:
Masterton Homes - The next thread 4.0

we negotiated ours slightly as the bank had certain fixed requirements (fewer number of payments and max % by certain milestones) and M had there own (primarily on no of…

2 months2 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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I never actually noticed mine until this post! Ours is just a plain rectangular skirting so not prominent. I don't recall having selected it specifically, but we did generally go…

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3 months3 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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Our old SS had 35 but got it down to a manageable low 20's a couple of weeks back prior to handing over to the new guy (not sure if…

3 months3 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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Sevenths - our new SS (who started a month ago to replace our old SS) is going to take on most of your SS's jobs. He's a great guy and…

3 months3 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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Pommie, timeline depends on where you are building as the issue is not masterton per se but availability of the trades people that they use (and they don't have enough).…

3 months3 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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Has anyone had a 4 piece bifold installed? How well is it working for you? Our 2 sets are shockingly poor quality. Joints, handles, locks rusting badly, doors not smooth…

3 months3 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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I don't think they care too much about liquidated damages. It's "only" $50 a day.
There is no real timeline for handover after PCI. The timeline might be more about…

3 months3 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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Yep, they said they just introduced it as the gift Nd we were one of the first 2 weeks back. Quite a nice set - heavy and nicely weighted
M…

3 months3 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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Sunshine125 - Looks like we have the same SS! Got our letter yest as well. He's tried his best for us but he seems as worn down as us.looking after…

4 months4 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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There is a full price vs incremental price over the existing items (which they credit you with). $3253 might be full price if you're not replacing anything. We got 2x…

4 months4 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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Rox82 - we specified at tender or construction plans stage (can remember which - definitely started at tender but I think it needed to be specified in the plan) that…

4 months4 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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Final payment would be their objective :-)

4 months4 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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Congrats Gibson. Did you get a walk through with the SS recently (to list out defects) or is PCI it?

4 months4 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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Izee - we used site demolition as they were linked to Masterton and were priced competitively. They did a good job. We had a lot of problems with them but…

4 months4 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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Izee, it's standard. Damage is inevitable due to tip trucks, digging for gas lines. I think you're meant to rectify it when you do your driveway. We had to pay…

5 months5 monthsquasiquasi posted:
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Looks great Martin's harmony. I vote for the stain - the colour of the current edges looks really good!

5 months5 monthsquasiquasi 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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5 months5 monthsquasiquasi 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…

5 months5 monthsquasiquasi 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…

5 months5 monthsquasiquasi 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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5 months5 monthsquasiquasi 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,…

5 months5 monthsquasiquasi 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…

6 months6 monthsquasiquasi 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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6 months6 monthsquasiquasi 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…

8 months8 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…

8 months8 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.…

8 months8 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…

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