The last few weeks have been remaining outstanding jobs required to be finalised by the trades; final coats of paint, plumber fit off, electrical fit off, shower screen and mirror install.
From our last inspection, we raised the following concerns which are currently being reviewed:
- Gyprocker to fix the square set openings on some of the walls (they’re not straight).
- Incorrect cornice installed to the wet areas (PCV raised prior to upgrade to a different cornice finish).
- Man hole to the garage has been plastered over and currently does not exist.
- Soft closers to the en-suite and bathroom has not been included and there may be a mis-understanding to the final approved paperwork.
One of our corner floodlight electrical provisions.
Our slimline rainwater tank installed.
One of our external wall taps installed.0
You have fence prior to handover or that courtesy of the neighbor?
Jacqueline Langford says
Hi Mei, that’s correct. However, we did approach the neighbours as we live in a fairly new estate and everyone needed to have fencing installed at some point with their build. I’d suggest you discuss the fencing with your neighbours if this hasn’t been finalised yet. We had different neighbours on all three sides and we requested for a copy of their fencing costs and proportioned the value as it’s technically a common border. That said, we still needed to arrange our side gate fences separately.