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5 d5 dinsiderinsider posted:
Building with Nuvo Homes

The photo posted shows construction that does not comply with the Australian standards it's as simple as that.If you are in highly reactive soil then you have a significant chance…

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6 d6 dSejaeDSejaeD posted:
Builder demands $201,118 for non compliant defective work

Cag57
Thanks for asking :) Its finally going really well.
It has taken ages to fix most of the defects ( we are about 80-90% there), but…

Builder demands $201,118 for non compliant defective work
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7 d7 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
NO FFL supplied by builder.

TheJones88
Generally, you should find that information on the site plan
In Fact, FFLs, AHDs, RLs whatever the Height is in the Z axis…

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9 d9 dNorfolkNorfolk posted:
New home building inspector required

Typically it’s per working day, excluding holidays and weekends. Make sure you understand your true costs of any delays like rent and interest, storage etc. the builder will often put…

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9 d9 dLilianaLiliana posted:
Builder demands $201,118 for non compliant defective work

In the news today:
Mascot Towers unit owners to foot bill for repairs prompting calls for better consumer protections. See:
https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-06-16/ ... s/11214328
And I quote:
Stephen Goddard, spokesman…

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10 d10 dPalanquinPalanquin posted:
Retired Builder /engineer and designer/project manager.

Our last two homes have been total remakes, but we thought we would build one last home on a block we fell in love with (South Sunshine Coast). Upfront…

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10 d10 dMinty1985Minty1985 posted:
70s Home Reno - first time renovators, can we do it?

Hi we have just done exactly what you are describing, we are 18 months down the line. We brought a 70's house that needed loads of renovating, which we had…

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10 d10 dPR72PR72 posted:
building with mcdonald jones... yay or nay?

Kylz86... we are just in the early stages of building but to date everything has progressed well. They honored the prices they gave us 2 yrs ago .. Im not…

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10 d10 dLilianaLiliana posted:
Builder demands $201,118 for non compliant defective work

Zorro6 the petition was started by the Builders Collective - a builder. It wasn't started by a pen pusher or somebody who does not understand the building industry. You have…

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10 d10 dJokerJoker posted:
Builder demands $201,118 for non compliant defective work

Arh Zorro 6 have built several times and no office worker, background some thirty years ago in Australian army with specialist gun training, currently a long time small business owner…

Builder demands $201,118 for non compliant defective work
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11 d11 dNorfolkNorfolk posted:
Builder demands $201,118 for non compliant defective work

Even if the Builders contract was fair and reasonable its likely not viable for the average consumer to enforce it in court if defective work is delivered. Solicitors cost $500…

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18 d18 dStructuralBIMGuyStructuralBIMGuy posted:
HIA Contracts/Owners rights

Then they shouldn't be in Business, unfortunately, more of these fools are hitting the wall,Taking down the Innocent battlers and punters.
Passing the buck is a favourite past time...It's always…

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18 d18 dLearnPropertyLearnProperty posted:
House and land package- Fees associated with delay in land t

Yes this is one of the many traps that a lot of people fall in. You really need to be clear that your tender is fixed and do not…

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22 d22 dLearnPropertyLearnProperty posted:
The 3 Stages to building your brand new home

So you have decided that you want to build a home and not sure which builder you should partner with. There are 100’s of builders out there and one…

The 3 Stages to building your brand new home
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26 d26 dLearnPropertyLearnProperty posted:
Champion Homes

hi everyone, just reading through the comments; your builder should not charge you extra if your DA goes for 8 months. As a matter of fact, your builder should incorporate…

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29 d29 dJokerJoker posted:
Is my potential double garage build too small?

I find some double garages are almost impossible to get two cars into due to small garage doors,we went for bd widest width door which allows you to use more…

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29 d29 dSejaeDSejaeD posted:
Builder Illegally Using and Damaging Property

Id be calling the EPA, workcover and the certifier.
you cant dump soil from one site onto another without a validation certificate, you dont know if its contaminated or not, this…

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29 d29 dSejaeDSejaeD posted:
Builder Illegally Using and Damaging Property

unfortunately whilst a good idea, I dont believe the police will do anything useful. As per some other posts I made in a different thread here we had a very…

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1 month1 monthMelosMelos posted:
Got the keys today

I’m kind of going about this arse end about. We got our keys today finished our build with Tullipan homes. This is the first home we have built and it…

Got the keys today
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1 month1 monthSejaeDSejaeD posted:
Scaffold through bracing pic - is this normal?

I have never seen it penetrate plywood bracing before. The reason being is that this is the wrong type of scaffolding for this stage of the build ( this is…

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