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4 years4 yearsthattimethattime posted:
Building with Coral Homes at Vantage Point (Elderslie)

Great news on the PCI date. Not long now.
Things had got a bit slow/bogged down towards the end of our build due to our electrician dropping the ball on a…

4 years4 yearsthattimethattime posted:
Building with Coral Homes at Vantage Point (Elderslie)

Hi Sukarabikun! Your build is looking great, it's good to see you're staying on top of the issues that come along.
I'm surprised by how many bricks were left over, how…

4 years4 yearsthattimethattime posted:
HELP! Does this alfresco tiling look right to you?Coral Home

Hi, we built with Coral too (in Sydney) and the look of your slab caught my eye. In case it's useful, here's how our Alfresco slab looks in relation to…

5 years5 yearsthattimethattime posted:
Building a modified Coral Noosa 279 - We're In

Yeah, I still haven't changed my mind on A&L. Some of the largest windows here have 5mm glass in them for safety reasons (i.e. the ability to trip and fall…

5 years5 yearsthattimethattime posted:
Building with Coral Homes at Vantage Point (Elderslie)

I like what you've done with the Noosa design too. Very good. That Activity room and the doors opening to the Alfresco is a great look. Should be some lovely…

5 years5 yearsthattimethattime posted:
Building with Coral Homes at Vantage Point (Elderslie)

Love that frame! :D
What happens with the stabbed pipes is the plumbers run the pipes too close to the slab. Then the concreters punch their…

5 years5 yearsthattimethattime posted:
Building a modified Coral Noosa 279 - We're In

Hi, and thanks! :D
Those lights are winners, I love them. This is the model:
http://www.slvlighting.com/products/wal ... -slot.aspx
(Go down to the…

Building a modified Coral Noosa 279 - We're In
5 years5 yearsthattimethattime posted:
Building with Coral Homes

Great news on the frame. I have heard they are selling a few of them so the deal must be good.
Good news on the stone? Well, I think sandstone sells…

5 years5 yearsthattimethattime posted:
Building with Coral Homes

You're right, when they first offered steel it was an option in their Eclipse package. You could simply choose treated timber or steel.
For me the main benefit of steel is…

5 years5 yearsthattimethattime posted:
Building with Coral Homes

Hi! :D
We built a Noosa with Coral and changed from timber to steel frames when we found out they were available. The price…

5 years5 yearsthattimethattime posted:
Building a modified Coral Noosa 279 - We're In

Non disclosure is king! :D I don't mean to put you off or worry you. As far as I understand things it is…

5 years5 yearsthattimethattime posted:
Building a modified Coral Noosa 279 - We're In

Catching up on some recent action...
Since we moved into the house I was watching our power bills and they were just too high. We've got a 4kW solar system on…

5 years5 yearsthattimethattime posted:
Building a modified Coral Noosa 279 - We're In

Hello,
I've been a long time lurker of this site, now it's time for our own build thread. We are knock-down rebuilding in Sydney, building a modified Coral Homes Noosa 279.
This…

5 years5 yearsthattimethattime posted:
Building a modified Coral Noosa 279 - We're In

Yes, we're really enjoying it. I often look at it from the point of view of our children - it's just really good having neat, open spaces for them to…

5 years5 yearsthattimethattime posted:
Building a modified Coral Noosa 279 - We're In

Thanks 1rocky!
I love that view over the pool you guys have got, and your gardens are looking great. Excellent work.

5 years5 yearsthattimethattime posted:
Building a modified Coral Noosa 279 - We're In

Hi! Well, it's not too late! :D But I wouldn't talk you out of the Noosa or Coral.
I like what you've done with that…

5 years5 yearsthattimethattime posted:
Building a modified Coral Noosa 279 - We're In

Hi Wizard! It's been a while since I checked in.
Thinking back to the move... it was ok. We were let down by our driveway guys and I had to move…

6 years6 yearsthattimethattime posted:
Building a modified Coral Noosa 279 - We're In

Hand-over was today. The last week has just been a wait for the bank cheque and a good time to meet up with our SS onsite. We've also been moving…

6 years6 yearsthattimethattime posted:
custom adenbrook home north coast NSW moving in

That's what I wanted to see!
Excellent collection. Outstanding even. Are they originals? I've got a '61 reissue SG and love it.

6 years6 yearsthattimethattime posted:
custom adenbrook home north coast NSW moving in

Looking good again. It's amazing how much the window coverings affect the look and feel of the house.

6 years6 yearsthattimethattime posted:
custom adenbrook home north coast NSW moving in

Looks fantastic 1rocky! Not to highlight one thing, but that view out over your pool is very unique. Lovely. The finish throughout looks very good.
Is the music/guitar room set up…

6 years6 yearsthattimethattime posted:
Building a modified Coral Noosa 279 - We're In

We did have an early requirement for a retaining wall at the front left. Perhaps I mentioned that earlier?
I thought it was bogus because our front yard levels were artificially…

6 years6 yearsthattimethattime posted:
Building a modified Coral Noosa 279 - We're In

I'm happy to say, no drop edged beam in our place.
Some builders love them and we had two quote them for shorter house designs on our block. One explained that…

6 years6 yearsthattimethattime posted:
Building a modified Coral Noosa 279 - We're In

Hi Assh! Yes, handover is any day now. We're just waiting on a cheque from the bank... and I think they're waiting on a "valuation" which is more just a…

6 years6 yearsthattimethattime posted:
Building a modified Coral Noosa 279 - We're In

A&L were out onsite on Wednesday to install their one and only cover strip to the bottom of the Family window. Looks good.

The gap... he is gone.

The strips do blend…

6 years6 yearsthattimethattime posted:
Building a modified Coral Noosa 279 - We're In

Tuesday is cleaning day. Another all day job that was going until at least 6pm.
The place looks fantastic. Unfortunately my photos at this hour aren't doing it justice, but here's…

6 years6 yearsthattimethattime posted:
Building a modified Coral Noosa 279 - We're In

Monday is painting day. They were at it all day, until at least 6pm, and came back on Tuesday to finish off a few smaller bits.
As the SS assured us…

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