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A Simplified Explanation Of Site & Earth Works Part 4

By admin | July 17, 2018

In the 4th post of the series, we discuss other possible site & earthworks related items that you may encounter when designing and building your new home. Retaining Where there is too much slope on a block to allow a simple cut and fill earthworks, retaining of some sort will be required to hold the soil…

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A Simplified Explanation Of Site & Earth Works Part 3

By admin | July 17, 2018

In this post, the 3rd in the series of, A simplified explanation of site & earth works, we continue with an even more simplified explanation of the process and items that you may encounter when having your home quoted. It must be noted, that if any of the site & earthworks items are required, then you will…

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Abbreviations or Building Industry Jargon for WA New Homes

Like any other industry, there is always jargon or abbreviations that are not commonly known by the general public. Central Avenue Homes has put together a list of words abbreviations and terminology that we use on our plans or documents that some Owners may not be familiar with. Over the next few weeks we will cover…

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More Things To Know Before You Buy A Rear Strata Or Subdivided Block

In this post, we will cover some of the items that may be overlooked by both purchasers and developers when buying a subdivided block. Is the project buying the block of land, building a house and providing the finishing touches on it feasible? One very important item that you should include in your offer and acceptance of any rear strata or subdivided block is to have the offer subject to a feasibility…

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