Home
Pros
Forum
  • About
  • Register
  • Contact
InboxSent
MembersPros
WatchingStarredHistory
sofar_sogood
16 Posts
Junior Member

Follow
16PostsMost Active Topics

sofar_sogood

Western Burbs
Joined 23 April 2008
Junior Member
14 years14 yearssofar_sogoodsofar_sogood posted:
Cracks in slab

Hi Craigburn,
my advice would be to inform your inspector (I assume you meant consultant) that it is 2008.
If you are polishing your concrete, then this is not a bad practice…

14 years14 yearssofar_sogoodsofar_sogood posted:
Looking for a project manager to build my home

Hi Guys,
I think what you are referring to is project management and a couple of questions should clarify that.
You mentioned that the plans are approved ; Has the Building Permit…

14 years14 yearssofar_sogoodsofar_sogood posted:
Boutique builder?

Hi Dembi,
The smaller boutique builder will offer you alot more felxibility with design, upgrades and finishes. In saying that you will pay for them as you would with a…

14 years14 yearssofar_sogoodsofar_sogood posted:
Garage of PD Cremorne

Vanderlay
The Cremorne is a two storey home and all walls of the garage are brick.
For sure and certain. Andy will back that up.
SFSG

14 years14 yearssofar_sogoodsofar_sogood posted:
how helpful is your csc... rate 1 to 10...

PD offer a great service with its experienced and knowledgable CSA's, if they can't answer it the SS can. PD Lifestyle know there stuff and the journey is easier…

14 years14 yearssofar_sogoodsofar_sogood posted:
variations in the contract & inspector

Gidday Chris,
You mentioned that you signed your contract last week and have already paid your base stage invoice. I assume you have paid your 5% deposit upon signing of…

14 years14 yearssofar_sogoodsofar_sogood posted:
Any experience with consumer affairs?

Please don't waste your time with the Warranty Insurance. The policy you have bought is not worth the paper it is written on.
Even though as "Builda" correctly suggest's the…

14 years14 yearssofar_sogoodsofar_sogood posted:
Any experience with consumer affairs?

Hi there,
i note you are building with I assume "Zego" ICF's, are you doing this as an owner builder or do you have a builder doing it for you. …

14 years14 yearssofar_sogoodsofar_sogood posted:
How do the tradies get in???

There is one other really good way of getting a look at your homes once it hits lock-up stage, call your supervisor and arrange to meet him there at a…

14 years14 yearssofar_sogoodsofar_sogood posted:
Any experience with consumer affairs?

Hi PIP,
Another option you may have up your sleeve is to contact your builders warranty insurer and speak with a representative of that company. You would have recieved a…

14 years14 yearssofar_sogoodsofar_sogood posted:
slab poured today, no sure if this is poor workmanship?

"Yep that will work, and when an issue with the house that was not built properly.
Let me know how many $500 you spend getting it fixed."
A positive approach…

14 years14 yearssofar_sogoodsofar_sogood posted:
Help! Frame Finished No Extra Noggins...

For towel rails and toilet roll holders etc there are some great plasterboard anchors that are easily obtainable at your local mitre 10/bunnings. There are many manufacturers and at…

14 years14 yearssofar_sogoodsofar_sogood posted:
HELP sold our house now have to look SERIOUSLY at builders

Hi guys
congrats on the sale. things to think about when selecting your builder are not nescessarily what you hear from other people but how the process and treatment during…

14 years14 yearssofar_sogoodsofar_sogood posted:
slab poured today, no sure if this is poor workmanship?

The common thread seems to be hit the alarm and call in the the third party inspection team. All well and good if you have a lazy $500…

14 years14 yearssofar_sogoodsofar_sogood posted:
slab poured today, no sure if this is poor workmanship?

I am building a Francis 29, are you also building with Porter Davis?

14 years14 yearssofar_sogoodsofar_sogood posted:
slab poured today, no sure if this is poor workmanship?

Hi Guys,
not an unusual event when stripping the slab to have sections that "scabble" at the time of removing the formwork. I had the same experience with my PD…

Joined homeone
23 April 2008

Australia's largest home building and renovation
community with over 1.8 million posts

Home
Pros
Forum
Start a new topic
About
Advertise
Contact Homeone
Articles
All comments made express the views and opinions of the author and not the Administrators, Support nor Homeone Australia & New Zealand
© Homeone Australia & New Zealand All Rights Reserved ‎2001 - 2021

Australia's largest home building and
renovation community
Homeone
About

Terms
Privacy

Follow homeone on FacebookFollow homeone on Twitter
All comments made express the views and opinions of the author and not the Administrators, Support nor Homeone Australia & New Zealand
© Homeone Australia & New Zealand All Rights Reserved ‎2001 - 2021