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There are many things to take into consideration when deciding whether to build a new home or buy an existing one. It can be a bit overwhelming!

To help you with this big decision, we have put together a list of the benefits of building your new dream home.

As the owner of a new build you may;

Read More: http://www.baseupbuilding.com.au/why-build-a-new-home-rather-than-buying
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What do different soil types mean for you, as a home builder?
Cost! They can make a significant difference in the cost of your footings and consequently, the cost of your new home.

As part of an application for a Building Permit for a new home, a Soil Test report (Geotechnical report) is required to verify that the foundation design on the building plan is suitable for the conditions relating to your site.

Geotechnical engineers (Geotechs) use a special piece of equipment to drill down into the ground and extract soil.

Read More: http://www.baseupbuilding.com.au/soils-aint-soils
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Building a new house is a team effort.

As a new home builder it can seem like you have a menagerie of people swarming over the build site!

Knowing who is responsible for each task will make it easier for you to understand the process, and to know who you need to talk to to have your questions answered.

Read More: http://www.baseupbuilding.com.au/whos-who-in-the-building-zoo
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One of the common questions I get asked is, how long will it take to build a house or units, and what is the process!

There are a variety of factors that can impact the timeframe of a building. So it can be challenging to give a definitive answer, as unfortunately, even builders can’t control the weather or other contractor’s obligations!

However, a good builder will take these things into consideration and allocate time for the uncontrollable events when giving you a build timeframe estimate.

It’s important to understand this, so your expectations are realistic and you can plan to arrange things, such as removalists, around the timeframe.

Read More: http://www.baseupbuilding.com.au/the-six-stages-of-building-your-house
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Do you know when you should locate and contact a builder to get the ball rolling once you’ve decided to build?

Are you concerned you might end up with a less-than satisfactory job?

Then read on, as I answer these two important questions for you.

1/ How far in advance do I need to contact a builder if I’m considering building a house?

Ideally you will contact your builder as soon as possible. Building a new home involves many different stages, and that’s before the concrete slab even goes down!


Read More: http://www.baseupbuilding.com.au/your-building-questions-answered
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One of the questions I answered briefly recently was about how to avoid getting a shonky job building job done.

I’ve got to say, it steams me up that anyone would end up with a shonky job, so I thought it was worth providing some more information to ensure you get the best results.

In Queensland, builders must be registered with the Queensland Building and Construction Commission, also known as the qbcc.

Read More: http://www.baseupbuilding.com.au/how-to-avoid-ending-up-with-a-shonky-building-job
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"Building a new home doesn't have to be stressful!" Find out why. . . http://buff.ly/2eCtnre #ToowoombaBuilders #NewHomes #Builders
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Residential building to help you celebrate your new dream home. #baseupbuilding #builder
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Beautiful bathrooms built better with #baseupbuilding #Toowoomba #newhome
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