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8 years8 yearsSuzeSuze posted:
French provincial style

Hi Gary
Good to hear from you again. Our builder put down the slab then went into liquidation ! We were devastated as you can imagine. Fortunately we were pleasantly surprised…

9 years9 yearsSuzeSuze posted:
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I think we would like to get the job done as soon as possible as we have had many delays as well. I am making some enquiries now. Pity Adam…

9 years9 yearsSuzeSuze posted:
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Hi Suze,
It took about 2 and a half months for the claim to be processed. If we submitted two quotes, we had the option of finding a builder ourselves ,…

9 years9 yearsSuzeSuze posted:
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Hi Springtime
Hope you don't mind asking about your old message but we have just found that our builder, whom we loved and thought would do a great job, went into…

9 years9 yearsSuzeSuze posted:
French provincial style

Hi Stormy and Gary,
I agree that the house in Wattletree Road is one of the best FP's around. Our FP is going to look a bit odd in our setting…

9 years9 yearsSuzeSuze posted:
French provincial style

Hi
We have started our build at last and we certainly hope we have a good builder. He came with recommendations from Formcraft (our insulated concrete form building material) and…

10 years10 yearsSuzeSuze posted:
French provincial style

:) Hello gwu69
I was surprised to see your question so long after I asked my question. Sounds you have the same search criteria we had 2…

11 years11 yearsSuzeSuze posted:
Formcraft house and plans

Hi Steve
I was wondering if you went ahead with Formcraft ? We are in Melbourne and thinking of using them. we had the salesman out and he showed plenty…

11 years11 yearsSuzeSuze posted:
Thinking of hiring a Project Manager for custom home?

Hi Mr Ed
I know this a 3 year old forum topic but I was wondering if you got a project manager in the end ? we are about to build…

11 years11 yearsSuzeSuze posted:
Permit requiring opaque windows

Thank you everyone for the suggestions.
The removable film sounds great . Hope they don't check too carefully. I'd imagine many will be trying some crafty ways to overcome this problem…

11 years11 yearsSuzeSuze posted:
Permit requiring opaque windows

Hi
Can anyone help? Our plans have recently been approved ( Southern council VIC) with the proviso that all east/west windows on upper storey living area must now be changed…

12 years12 yearsSuzeSuze posted:
Garageless Facades

Thanks everyone for your ideas.
I guess set back a metre or so as Sierra suggests is the way to go. We have a large sloping block -25metres X 50 metres.…

12 years12 yearsSuzeSuze posted:
Garageless Facades

I'm sorry to go against the current trend, but I hate double garages as the main feature of modern house facades. Sure they are convenient but so ugly.Beauty in design…

13 years13 yearsSuzeSuze posted:
Insulation to Thermall Mass (in particual ICF walls)

On the subject of eco construction materials, I have seen Durra
Thanks Dymonite. I have looked at it following your link.Sounds good but will we find the same problem as…

13 years13 yearsSuzeSuze posted:
Insulation to Thermall Mass (in particual ICF walls)

Hi Nathan
We're in the same boat as you. Can't find anyone who has used Zego or any other insulating block. We questioned one builder about using it and he…

13 years13 yearsSuzeSuze posted:
French provincial style

The American homes site is just what I am looking for! Lovely styles. Thank you, cascre,for the info. Love Porter Davis interiors but they were not interested in us,…

13 years13 yearsSuzeSuze posted:
French provincial style

:) I will look at their web site thanks.

13 years13 yearsSuzeSuze posted:
French provincial style

Thanks Brody . A little bit country style for the interior I think. Its mainly finding a facade I like that is the problem. :)

13 years13 yearsSuzeSuze posted:
French provincial style

Thank you all for your replies. I am in Vic. The houses shown are a bit like I'm after. I guess I'm after a more traditional style in a new…

13 years13 yearsSuzeSuze posted:
French provincial style

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Hi. I am looking for a building style I think may be called French provincial.
These houses are usually plain with French windows in the…

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