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Joined 8 June 2007
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11 years11 yearsTheStigTheStig posted:
Owner builder licence

you need warranty insurance if the work is over $12000. you must provide it if the builder is hired as a subbie. illeagle otherwise!

11 years11 yearsTheStigTheStig posted:
Contract / Tender

reasonable ommisions? please explain!

11 years11 yearsTheStigTheStig posted:
What annoys Me

sorry, having a few vinos to relax, plus i race the track not name them!!!

11 years11 yearsTheStigTheStig posted:
What annoys Me

im back, been testing the konnesegg at the nuremburg ring! my main point being in this debate being, are you comparing apples with apples! i am sick and tired of…

11 years11 yearsTheStigTheStig posted:
What annoys Me

id rather remain anonymous, as my user name suggests. all i am trying to do is provoke people to look outside the box when building a home.

11 years11 yearsTheStigTheStig posted:
What annoys Me

ok so ive upset a few people. so what! for most on this forum it is the biggest purchase of thier lives. that is what i cant understand, why settle…

11 years11 yearsTheStigTheStig posted:
What annoys Me

i am a low volume builder, and take great pride in what i do. and i do know a lot of trades that work for the high volume builders.…

11 years11 yearsTheStigTheStig posted:
What annoys Me

first off, im inthe industry, and see the difference every day! and fairness to the previous posts, a 50sq house is cheaper per sq to build than say a 12…

11 years11 yearsTheStigTheStig posted:
What annoys Me

why do people go to the big home builders and spend their life savings on a production line piece of crap!! why dont they take pride in designing their own…

11 years11 yearsTheStigTheStig posted:
Alfresco's and law suits...

what a load of XXXX!! so is someone in spain going to sue PD for copying there design they have been using for hundreds of years?

11 years11 yearsTheStigTheStig posted:
Blueboard? What other products can you use???

you can use, masterwall, hebel, coolwall, superlite, polystyrene, the list is endless. go to a building centre and ask plenty of q's. what ever you do, dont go blueboard. it…

12 years12 yearsTheStigTheStig posted:
Waffle pod vs monolithic slab

piers are usually used in unstable land, and are drilled to a depth that penetrates the land fill and 300mm into natural ground. they are poured seperatly so as the…

12 years12 yearsTheStigTheStig posted:
Waffle pod vs monolithic slab

after being in the construction industry for the past 25 years. and being invovled inthe construction of an estimated 250-300 homes, i feel im qualified enough. with monolithic slabs we…

12 years12 yearsTheStigTheStig posted:
Waffle pod vs monolithic slab

the waffle slab is a far superior slab! a monolithic slab is set into the ground and is subject to the movement on the ground, tearing and pulling at it…

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