Our people, from the front office right through to the onsite trades have worked with us for many years. This loyalty delivers a continuity of people which is immensely important in ensuring a smooth workflow exists during the build.

Because we offer such a good work environment for all our people, we are often approached by tradespeople wanting to work with us. We have a program that employs apprentices and provides for an ongoing educational progression through the firm, which aims to nurture well-trained and conscientious tradespeople and professionals.

Who will be on-site at your house during construction?

Depending on the style and size of your extension, you can expect any of the following trades to be on-site during the construction:

  • Carpenters
  • Plumbers
  • Electricians
  • Asbestos Removalists
  • Plasterers
  • Tilers
  • Painters
  • Concreters
  • Bricklayers
  • Renderers
  • Excavators
  • Insulation Installers
  • Waterproofers
  • Cabinetmakers
  • Air-conditioning
  • Landscapers

Building Supervisor

A Building Supervisor will be onsite to ensure all work is carried out to the highest possible standard. They are qualified to fully manage the project and will organise and control all onsite trades and material deliveries so there is minimal interruption to your normal day. They will meet with you regularly to discuss aspects of the project and are also qualified in OH&S and Environmental procedures associated with the build.

Structural Engineer

All upper storey and ground floor extensions with large open spaces require a Structural Engineer to design beams and supports that will be used during construction to guarantee the structural integrity of each extension.

When designing these beams and supports the engineer will take into consideration the existing soil conditions of the land, looking to remove any potential problem areas that may exist.

Related Information

Home Extension Costs

One thing almost everyone wants to know is how much a home extension costs. This is a difficult question to answer, but here we explain what factors determine the cost of an extension.

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There are a number of factors outside of our control, however we’ve completed so many over the last 30 years that we have a pretty good idea how long it takes to build an extension.

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We offer fixed-price home extension contracts which include design, planning approvals and construction. The contract details everything, with costings, so there are no nasty surprises.

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Project Management

Your Building Supervisor will be onsite every step of the way to ensure everything runs smoothly. They are your day-to-day contact and will facilitate any requirements you may have.

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Building Inspections

During every home extension a series of inspections are carried out to ensure all aspects of the construction have been implemented safely and within mandatory building requirements.

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Our people, from the front office right through to the onsite trades have worked with us for many years. This continuity of people ensures a smooth workflow during every extension we build.

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Building Permits

We’ll determine what permits and planning approvals are required to build an extension to your home. We negotiate with Councils on your behalf so there’s nothing you need to do.

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Building Insurance

Every home owner should ensure they have adequate insurance on their home before they start an extension. We can assist you if you have concerns about your level of cover.

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