Working with a building designer

Designing your home is the most important step in the knock down rebuild or new home build process. Everything stems from the design process. It is, after all, what you will end up living in when the house is built! This is exciting…yet terrifying at the same time....

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Working with an interior designer

Building a new home is a unique and exciting adventure – and one where you’re often required to make decisions about things you never thought you’d need to know. Like design! Design is an incredibly important part of building a new home – from the architectural plans...

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How much does demolition cost?

So, you’ve decided to do a knock down rebuild on your block. You’ve signed the building contract, designed your new home, and it’s time to prepare for demolishing your house. What now? Here is everything you need to know about the demolition process… Approvals and...

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What happens when you knock down and rebuild?

Starting any new building project can be a little scary, but the idea of demolishing your current home can be downright petrifying. We believe that the only way to move forward with confidence in any building project is to be fully aware of what is happening at every...

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What to consider with a knock down rebuild

If you’re seriously considering a knock down rebuild, it can be helpful to understand a few of the finer details before making your final decision. For example, sometimes the cost, timing, process or even your block of land can hinder your ability to move forward with...

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Should I build or knock down rebuild?

There are a lot of new suburbs popping up around Canberra, and if you are desperate for the look and smell of a brand new home, it can be tempting to snap up a block and put a For Sale sign out the front of your home. But building a new home in a new suburb is not...

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Should I renovate or knock down and rebuild?

When your home no longer suits your needs or style, it can be tempting to consider a renovation rather than a complete knock down rebuild. And there are certain circumstances where a renovation is definitely the right choice. For example, if your home is structurally...

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Why choose a knock down rebuild?

When you’re in the market for a new home, a knock down rebuild on your current block can offer the perfect solution. The knock down rebuild process essentially involves looking at the “bare bones” of a block of land (i.e.: what it would look like once all existing...

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