You have spent many hours dreaming of the completion of construction on your project and the time is nearing and your excitement is building. Knowing what to expect at this time is crucial to ensuring a smooth end to your job, which of course means getting to enjoy your home sooner rather than later.
Almost daily we receive questions from readers of this blog, about their building or renovating experience, what is possible, DIY questions and decorating questions. What we are finding is that the same questions are being asked often, and while we love to help and don’t mind helping for all questions, we potentially can help more…Continue Reading
Just about every time I post a picture on Instagram of our home, I am asked about our house colours. It can be difficult make decisions about paint colours, much easier if you spy a combination already together that you love. Today I am sharing our classic Queenslander house colours, for anyone that likes our…Continue Reading
The construction industry has a very firm stereotype, and while people like myself might be working very hard to dispel those stereotypes, others are doing little about it. In fact over my break, while playing on my favourite social media, I found many to be actively encouraging it. This of course brings…Continue Reading
I receive lots of questions here on the blog about many parts of the building process, and one of the most common questions I am asked from clients, is why their builder isn’t onsite everyday. It is generally a big surprise that in fact, the builder will rarely be onsite everyday and there are some…Continue Reading
A preliminary agreement is a fantastic way for you as a client to lock in your chosen builder in the initial stages of work for you new build or renovation. There are several reasons these can work well for a client, which I will talk you though. First we will touch on what the agreement…Continue Reading
This post has been written in collaboration with Scyon Walls.
The Australian climate and lifestyle lends itself to many different styles of homes. The ever-popular Hamptons look is one that is easy to adapt to the Australian climate with the right use of materials and clever design. With is blend of relaxed, casual…Continue Reading