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8 months8 monthsSiegfxSiegfx posted:
[Solved] Need an opinion on variation fees

Just giving our final update on this:
We were in contact with a law firm for legal advice, in the mean time our Client Liaison said she would talk to management…

8 months8 monthsSiegfxSiegfx posted:
[Solved] Need an opinion on variation fees

This was what we received in the email from our client liaison:

From what we understood that was a fixed cost, there was no talks what so ever about possible additional…

[Solved] Need an opinion on variation fees
8 months8 monthsSiegfxSiegfx posted:
[Solved] Need an opinion on variation fees

(TL;DR at the bottom)
So.. long story short we are currently building a two storey with light weight upper floor, our builder's standard specification for main flooring usually comes with carpet.
During…

1 year1 yearSiegfxSiegfx posted:
Rotten timber concern

The loading above the area would be a walking space at the front of a Theatre room.

We did hire an independent building inspector, but it didn't show up in their…

1 year1 yearSiegfxSiegfx posted:
Rotten timber concern

Hi,
We are currently building our first home and noticed what seems like rot that has eaten away close to 0.25 of a timber floor truss.
Is this something we should be…

Rotten timber concern
2 years2 yearsSiegfxSiegfx posted:
Larger plumbing pipes in WA

Alright, thanks for your advice.
We will be cancelling the increased pipe size.

2 years2 yearsSiegfxSiegfx posted:
Larger plumbing pipes in WA

The main reason is because we have been moving from one rental place to another over the past 5 years, and the place we are currently living in has a…

2 years2 yearsSiegfxSiegfx posted:
Larger plumbing pipes in WA

Hi Guys,
I have done my research about guaranteeing the maximum water pressure that you can get for showers.
The answer that I have found was to reduce the angles/bends in pipes…

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