If you’ve been following us and are a regular reader of TILT, you will already know that when it comes to building and renovating we are strong advocates for asking the right questions to make informed and confident decisions for you and your family. That’s the very reason why we created our product range. Questions like: Where do I start? Who do I speak to? What should I expect and what is reasonable?

So it’s always wonderful to receive customer feedback on our Build in Common Toolkits and hear how these have saved not only time and money but also highlighted potential pitfalls long before they would usually come to light.

Have you heard the saying “Always put yourself in other’s shoes. If it hurts you, it probably hurts the other too”. There is also a lot to be said for having first-hand experience isn’t there? To be able to empathise and understand the frustrations, challenges, and highlights of bringing a building project to life. So, this month we have a BIG ANNOUNCEMENT!

We are about to embark on the holy grail when it comes to the Australian property dream. The small scale residential subdivision! Join us as we buy, subdivide and build, creating a house to call home, while building another to sell. From start to finish we will share with you the processes, tips, and how-to’s, shining a light on the nitty-gritty of the building process, as opposed to fast-forwarding straight to the glossy design features and skipping the “messy bits”.

Along the way, we will deep-dive into each room and different living zones to share with you the ins and outs of these “micro-projects”. Tips and insights such as how to creatively shine some light on your stairs; provided by the wonderful Adele Locke from MINT Lighting Design. Or if the outdoors are more your focus, new product options such as the stunning Caesarstone® Outdoor Collection – a real game-changer when it comes to durability and liveability in our harsh Australian conditions.

We can’t wait to dive right in!

 

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