Project Stats Designer – Beyond Ink Building Size – 320 sqm plus 72 sqm Garage Levels – 2 Unique Features – Hydronic Underfloor heating, Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning, Pizza Bar, XPS Foam Insulation, uPVC Windows and Doors, full surround verandah Spaces Bedrooms – Five bedrooms Wet Areas – Three bathrooms and Laundry Living spaces -…
Project Stats Basic Scope Of Work Construction of two storey addition to the original building and significant renovation of the existing building (see inclusions below) Original Building – Single Storey, Brick Veneer home with 3 bedrooms, one bathroom, laundry, Kitchen, Dining and Living Spaces Unique Features – Sloping Block, Steep Site Spaces added Bedrooms -…
When you want to build a home that is truly energy efficient, you are asking to have a home that achieves a high degree of air tightness.
However, air tightness is not the full story.
Trying to work out what you can afford to build can be daunting!
It’s why we live in a world where the square meter rate has become the “standard” method of working out the cost your home.
Would you like to know how to save thousands of dollars on your new home?
It’s a fact that most builders keep secret from you, but today we will share how you can do it!
Planning to build a new home is all about looking to the end result you want and working backwards through the steps required to get there.
Designing, costing, Council Approvals and construction of your new custom home takes a lot longer than you might think!
The results are in!
We pride ourselves on making sure that our homes REALLY are built to a higher standard.
The only way to make sure this happens is to have them independently audited.
One of the most important audits is the blower door and thermal imaging test.
These two things are the strongest evidence of the house being TRULY energy efficient!
Calling potential builders for the first time can be a daunting experience.
So what should you expect from that first phone conversation and what questions must you ask your builder before having an initial site consultation?