Our Creative Approach
Our process to building your dream home.
It is very important that we sit down with our client’s to discuss and understand their budget, wants and needs, meeting with our team we are able to offer ideas and suggestions upon your design and build. From this meeting, Rescon Group will gather the necessary information and pair up with our architects to design your custom home.
Initial plans and designs of your new home will be completed and presented. Our design team will also take you through the interior colour selection and ranges, you will have the opportunity to select all colours, finishes and fixtures. When all has been completed we will then present a cost analysis and budget for your new home.
CONTRACTS & APPROVALS
This stage marks the beginning of your construction journey. Here your final contract is prepared including final costings and accurate timelines. All architectural and engineer drawings are finalized and lodged to private certifiers for the issue of Building Approvals.
The construction of your new home will commence and you will be introduced to your Site Supervisor who will oversee the entire construction of your home. Your supervisor will outline your specific build program and answer any further questions you may have. As well as your Site Supervisor being available, Rescon Group will provide you with weekly progress reports and photo updates throughout the construction of your new home. Upon completion of our construction program, you will be met onsite with your Site Supervisor for a near completion handover meeting. During this meeting any concerns or issues raised here will be noted for a prompt rectification prior to your official handover.
Welcome to your new home. We will meet you at your new home for the official handover where you will receive all certifications and your keys.
We are very dedicated to customer satisfaction and our team will ensure that you are pleased and everything is running smoothly with your new home. We offer twelve-month maintenance inspections and a six-year structural warranty on your home.