What is your average build time? We allow 16 weeks for the build of lowset homes. This is assured by our personal guarantee providing you with compensation of twice the Industry Standard. What happens if I cancel my Contract? You are more than welcome to cancel at any time. We offer a money back guarantee where your deposit is refunded less expenses paid, providing you with the reports you have paid for. What is a variation? This is a request to change an item in your Contract that has been agreed to by us, in writing. Why do I need temporary fencing? Required under Council regulations secures the site so it complies with OH&S requirements. What is a screw pile? This is another method of reinforcing your slab. Usually used in sandy soils. Why do I need a temporary power pole? This is to provide temporary power during construction while the underground power pit is yet to be connected. What is compaction? This is compaction of existing fill on your site and or fill we place on the site. What is fill? Fill is soil added after a site has been excavated to create a level building platform. Can I go to site? You are more than welcome to attend site regularly however you will need to be accompanied by your Site Supervisor. What type of termite protection do you use? Using Australia's most reliable termite barrier - Termimesh. Termimesh is backed by a self financed insurance scheme. What is brick veneer? Brick veneer is a brick wall with timber frame and plaster walls. What is a niche? A niche is an alcove or indent in the wall. They are used in hallways and showers. What is a bulkhead? A bulkhead is a change of the ceiling height. They are a stylish feature in modern homes and are used to define a separate area.