Are You Looking For A Local Builder In Rockingham Who Takes Your Requirements Seriously?
Every contract is unique, building being a fluid industry our job costing system is instrumental, finances are constantly kept up to date. Our projects are strictly programmed to meet the tightest of deadlines, our efficiency without sacrificing quality has proven to be one of our strongest points. Our financial report proving our business management has been on the correct course.
With an endless choice of building products purchasing to Australian Standards is vital, we recruit only reputable subcontractors and suppliers with good quality control practices. We are kept up to date through building associations and license authorities. Our work has to strictly meet the Building Code of Australia, work is monitored onsite daily, since we are answerable to the Building Commission.
We liaise regularly with local authorities, engineers and numerous consultants. Every stage of our work is on open display necessitating attention to detail until handover, recommendations as the gallery of project completed is our strongest marketing tool.
In essence, the statutory warranties require the builder to do the work.
- In accordance with the plans and specifications in the contract
- In a proper manner
- Using good and suitable materials
- Using new materials unless otherwise stated
- In accordance with laws
- Within the time specified in the contract
- So as to be fit to be occupied when completed; and
- So as to live up to any result agreed it must achieve.
Email or make an appointment to bring your individually designed plans to us, direct from your own draftsperson or if you do not have plans and have a concept in mind we can refer you to draftsmen we work closely with.
We can quote from fully completed plans or a draftsman’s sketch (limited measurements). A firm quotation is preferred before signing of any contract to avoid variations to the contract in the future, and therefore avoiding clients overspending during the building process.
If you wish to build with us a Master Builders Association or HIA Limited contract will be drawn up and an original copy will be issued to all parties involved. A standard Master Builders Association or HIA Limited specification will be lodged to the council with the building application.
Once all government approvals have been received, we will notify you and finalise any selections that were not made during the quoting stage or have changed. Choosing your internal items early in the process is recommended. This avoids expensive or impossible variations in the future. Please read our Selection Process page which will help you with your choices.
If a change is necessary to part of the building, a selection, or a provisional sum amount has been exceeded or is lesser than the original allocated amount, a variation will be issued on site or from our office. Variations are to be signed by all parties prior to the varied work commencing or being ordered. The variation will be invoiced on completion of that variation with the next progress claim. Again we stress it is preferred that clients have already made their choices and know their prices at the quotation time.
Progress claim stages and amounts are written in the contract (e.g. slab, plate height). If any variations have been made along the way we will invoice them when that work is completed with the next progress claim. The final invoice will be given in statement style showing the original contract amount, list of variations if any, and payments already received to date, and then final amount payable before handover.
Practical completion means work has been completed but with some minor items defects or an item is not completed (i.e. door handle missing etc), but the building is fit for its intended use.
Handover of your property is carried out when works have reached completion or practical completion and all parties are satisfied that work is complete to the expected standard and all payments of progress claims and any variations have been made in full.