Building Alterations & Renovationsin Cassowary Coast, QLD

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Corica Constructions

25 years of building experience

Servicing Cassowary Coast, QLD

25 years of building experience

Envisage Building Pty Ltd

Cassowary Coast QLD

Frequently Asked Questions

  • FAQ
    Is a builder the same as a carpenter?
    Definitely not. A builder is responsible for almost the whole project while a carpenter works on the wood structures.
  • FAQ
    Can I approach a builder without a design?
    This is a great question, and the answer is...it depends. Not all builders have the resources to offer services within the Design Development phase of a project, however there are a number of builders that do provide this service.
  • FAQ
    What are site costs?
    Before building can commence, the block of land needs to be prepared for construction, including setting up power, water, gas etc.
  • FAQ
    How long does it take to build a house?
    The average Australian houses takes roughly four months to 1 year to build, depending size, designs etc.
  • FAQ
    Can a builder do electrical, plumbing, cooling or heating work?
    Most likely not, however, most builders may be able to arrange these services for you.
  • FAQ
    What should I look for when choosing a builder?
    Undertaking a construction project entails the process of delivering a product as well as the completed product itself. Undertaking a construction project can be a major and stressful process as this is a key milestone. To ease the stressfulness and create a smoother process you should select a builder that is reliable and one you can trust. It is important that a professional and trusting relationship can be formed so there is open communication between builder and client so that the project can be constructed as per your expectation. You should not always choose a builder based on the lowest quotation. A quotation can be low for a number of reasons including reduced quality of workmanship and materials, major items have not been included in original price and will be added as variation at later date or builder has made mistake during the tender which can risk project completion.
  • FAQ
    What is the difference between commercial and residential building contracts?
    • Commercial building contracts are used for a wide range of non-residential construction projects, from corporate or industrial developments to local business premises. Commercial contracts are often also used for large-scale residential developments such as multi-level apartments or townhouse complexes. • Residential building contracts (also called domestic building contracts) are normally used for building or renovating homes that people live in. Residential building includes free-standing houses, duplexes, townhouses and small blocks of units (but probably not houseboats!). • Smaller-scale building investments usually also use residential building contracts.
  • FAQ
    What does a builder do?
    A residential or commercial builder is responsible for organising, managing and supervising all the components related to the build.
  • FAQ
    When should I engage a builder?
    A builder is not only there to give you a completed project but is also a valuable asset throughout the construction process. You can engage a builder after you have completed the design phase for tender, however it is beneficial for all parties for the builder to be involved as early as possible. This allows the builder to offer advice with the design in terms of cost, the timeline for the project, and constructibility.
  • FAQ
    What is a building contract?
    A building contract is an agreement between a land owner and a builder. The builder is often referred to as 'the contractor', and sometimes the owner is called the 'the principal'. Together, the owner and the builder are referred to as the 'parties'. A contract is quite simply a series of promises about the rights and obligations of each party. These promises are called the 'terms'. If a party doesn’t stick to its promises, it will be “in breach” of the contract. If a breach is serious enough, the other party might be able to end the contract through a process called “termination”. The innocent party might also be able to sue in a court to recover any money lost as a result of the breach (called “damages”).

Larrawood Pty Ltd

Cassowary Coast QLD

Pacific View Renovations

Reliable, punctual & quality workmanship

Servicing Cassowary Coast, QLD
4.01 review

Reliable, punctual & quality workmanship

4.01 review

RGM Constructions

Cassowary Coast QLD

Tropic Carpentry

Cassowary Coast QLD

Gallagher Building Pty Ltd

Servicing Cassowary Coast, QLD

C A & C M Calleja Carpentry

Servicing Cassowary Coast, QLD

Plumb Building Pty Ltd

Servicing Cassowary Coast, QLD

Transformation NQ

Servicing Cassowary Coast, QLD

Peter Garget

For all aspects of building

Servicing Cassowary Coast, QLD

For all aspects of building

Beare Building Pty Ltd

Building on the cassowary Coast for over 50 years

Servicing Cassowary Coast, QLD

Building on the cassowary Coast for over 50 years

Cini Glenn

Servicing Cassowary Coast, QLD

Mark Watson Constructions Pty Ltd

Servicing Cassowary Coast, QLD

Wagner Adam

Servicing Cassowary Coast, QLD

FMB Building Services Pty Ltd

Servicing Cassowary Coast, QLD

Newman R J & N

Servicing Cassowary Coast, QLD

Sinclair Building Pty Ltd

Servicing Cassowary Coast, QLD

Frequently Asked Questions

  • FAQ
    What is a building contract?
    A building contract is an agreement between a land owner and a builder. The builder is often referred to as 'the contractor', and sometimes the owner is called the 'the principal'. Together, the owner and the builder are referred to as the 'parties'. A contract is quite simply a series of promises about the rights and obligations of each party. These promises are called the 'terms'. If a party doesn’t stick to its promises, it will be “in breach” of the contract. If a breach is serious enough, the other party might be able to end the contract through a process called “termination”. The innocent party might also be able to sue in a court to recover any money lost as a result of the breach (called “damages”).
  • FAQ
    When should I engage a builder?
    A builder is not only there to give you a completed project but is also a valuable asset throughout the construction process. You can engage a builder after you have completed the design phase for tender, however it is beneficial for all parties for the builder to be involved as early as possible. This allows the builder to offer advice with the design in terms of cost, the timeline for the project, and constructibility.
  • FAQ
    What does a builder do?
    A residential or commercial builder is responsible for organising, managing and supervising all the components related to the build.
  • FAQ
    What is the difference between commercial and residential building contracts?
    • Commercial building contracts are used for a wide range of non-residential construction projects, from corporate or industrial developments to local business premises. Commercial contracts are often also used for large-scale residential developments such as multi-level apartments or townhouse complexes. • Residential building contracts (also called domestic building contracts) are normally used for building or renovating homes that people live in. Residential building includes free-standing houses, duplexes, townhouses and small blocks of units (but probably not houseboats!). • Smaller-scale building investments usually also use residential building contracts.
  • FAQ
    What should I look for when choosing a builder?
    Undertaking a construction project entails the process of delivering a product as well as the completed product itself. Undertaking a construction project can be a major and stressful process as this is a key milestone. To ease the stressfulness and create a smoother process you should select a builder that is reliable and one you can trust. It is important that a professional and trusting relationship can be formed so there is open communication between builder and client so that the project can be constructed as per your expectation. You should not always choose a builder based on the lowest quotation. A quotation can be low for a number of reasons including reduced quality of workmanship and materials, major items have not been included in original price and will be added as variation at later date or builder has made mistake during the tender which can risk project completion.
  • FAQ
    Can a builder do electrical, plumbing, cooling or heating work?
    Most likely not, however, most builders may be able to arrange these services for you.
  • FAQ
    How long does it take to build a house?
    The average Australian houses takes roughly four months to 1 year to build, depending size, designs etc.
  • FAQ
    What are site costs?
    Before building can commence, the block of land needs to be prepared for construction, including setting up power, water, gas etc.
  • FAQ
    Can I approach a builder without a design?
    This is a great question, and the answer is...it depends. Not all builders have the resources to offer services within the Design Development phase of a project, however there are a number of builders that do provide this service.
  • FAQ
    Is a builder the same as a carpenter?
    Definitely not. A builder is responsible for almost the whole project while a carpenter works on the wood structures.

J S & Sons

Servicing Cassowary Coast, QLD

Jim Greville

Large property specialist

Cassowary Coast QLD

Large property specialist

Mission Beach Constructions Pty Ltd

Cassowary Coast QLD

P & S M Santariga Building

Servicing Cassowary Coast, QLD

BP Builders NQ Pty Ltd

Servicing Cassowary Coast, QLD

Hickerton Homes Pty Ltd

What are the possibilities for your home?

Servicing Cassowary Coast, QLD

What are the possibilities for your home?

Gary Romano Building Pty Ltd

Servicing Cassowary Coast, QLD

Tristan Bugeja Building

Servicing Cassowary Coast, QLD

Tropical Woodcrafts

Where Experience & Quality Matters!

Servicing Cassowary Coast, QLD
5.01 review

Where Experience & Quality Matters!

5.01 review

Buccaneer Builders

Servicing Cassowary Coast, QLD

Mission Beach Construction

Servicing Cassowary Coast, QLD

C2 Building

Builder Cassowary Coast

Servicing Cassowary Coast, QLD
5.01 review

Builder Cassowary Coast

5.01 review

Frequently Asked Questions

  • FAQ
    Is a builder the same as a carpenter?
    Definitely not. A builder is responsible for almost the whole project while a carpenter works on the wood structures.
  • FAQ
    Can I approach a builder without a design?
    This is a great question, and the answer is...it depends. Not all builders have the resources to offer services within the Design Development phase of a project, however there are a number of builders that do provide this service.
  • FAQ
    What are site costs?
    Before building can commence, the block of land needs to be prepared for construction, including setting up power, water, gas etc.
  • FAQ
    How long does it take to build a house?
    The average Australian houses takes roughly four months to 1 year to build, depending size, designs etc.