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2 months2 monthswil4katwil4kat posted:
Skirting boards pulling away from wall and floor tiles

This was built as part a multi dwelling development and I have no information on the soil tests and what was actually conducted. A lot of things in the development…

2 months2 monthswil4katwil4kat posted:
Skirting boards pulling away from wall and floor tiles

Just read on the front plan .. "aggressive soil requirements"

2 months2 monthswil4katwil4kat posted:
Skirting boards pulling away from wall and floor tiles

Plans show "site classification S", "slab classification M"

2 months2 monthswil4katwil4kat posted:
Skirting boards pulling away from wall and floor tiles

Sorry I have no idea what the soil classification is

2 months2 monthswil4katwil4kat posted:
Skirting boards pulling away from wall and floor tiles

The damage is mainly towards the centre of the home...that said, it is not a big home so the damage isn't more than a few metres from the external walls…

2 months2 monthswil4katwil4kat posted:
Skirting boards pulling away from wall and floor tiles

Thanks I will give that a go. I would have thought if I paid for the house that I would be entitled to this documentation supplied from the builder.

2 months2 monthswil4katwil4kat posted:
Skirting boards pulling away from tiles and wall

I have and they have come to view it but haven't come back to me with how it is to be rectified. They are very slow to respond to calls…

2 months2 monthswil4katwil4kat posted:
Skirting boards pulling away from tiles and wall

This wasn't apparent at handover. It's getting worse each week but wasn't visible two months ago.

2 months2 monthswil4katwil4kat posted:
Skirting boards pulling away from wall and floor tiles

Sorry typo ... information I meant to write

2 months2 monthswil4katwil4kat posted:
Skirting boards pulling away from wall and floor tiles

They are reluctant to pass on any information to me. I asked for the structural plans and the builder told me to stop demanding Inofmrstiin from them. He told me…

2 months2 monthswil4katwil4kat posted:
Skirting boards pulling away from wall and floor tiles

It's way more than 3mm. I know the photos don't show that much of a gap but it's quite large. I've done the 90 day defect list although I've only…

2 months2 monthswil4katwil4kat posted:
Skirting boards pulling away from tiles and wall

Thanks for your reply. I built with McDonald Jones Homes. They have been an absolute nightmare to build with. No communication and Very little action in addressing the defects. In…

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2 months2 monthswil4katwil4kat posted:
Skirting boards pulling away from wall and floor tiles

Is anyone able to offer me some advice. i have just moved into a brand new home. Unfortunately it has many defects one of which is some significant cracking. The…

2 months2 monthswil4katwil4kat posted:
Skirting boards pulling away from tiles and wall

Is anyone able to offer me some advice. i have just moved into a brand new home. Unfortunately it has many defects one of which is some significant cracking. The…

8 years8 yearswil4katwil4kat posted:
Laying Parquetry Flooring on imperfect slab

We were after some advice or suggestions on the best way to complete a parquetry job in our home. We have jack hammered up the old tiles and a thick…

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