What happens during the Lockup or Enclosed Stage of your new build or renovation?
This stage makes your home water-tight. Knowing what happens in this stage will help you be confident your home will perform the way you wish it to.
In this episode, we talk about the next stage of construction, which is the Lockup or Enclosed Stage.
This is where your home gets made water-tight … in fact all construction is generally racing to this point so that work can occur undercover and your home can be protected from the elements.
And this episode is part 1 of this stage.
There can be a difference between what ‘lockup’ and ‘enclosed’ means in your contract. Be sure to understand what this stage will entail for your project. Also be sure to inform your bank so that draws will be paid as required, and stage of complete work not disputed.
This stage can involve many steps and many tradepeople. There’s also opportunities to save money if it’s run well. Duayne and I talk through these steps and strategies, and what to expect from your builder in their communication and planning.
Listen to the episode now to learn more …
PODCAST PARTNER: QUOTESPEC
This season’s podcast partner is QuoteSpec. QuoteSpec is a cloud-based app that enables builders and tradespeople to create great-looking, professional, easy to read, and comprehensive quotes for reno and building projects, in a simple and super fast way.
Ask your builder or tradesperson “do you use QuoteSpec?” and if they don’t, send them here to find out more about it … www.quotespec.com.au/undercoverarchitect
Manage Your Build is my online program that will give you key knowledge, tools, cheatsheets and industry insider checklists and tips, plus strategies to save your sanity and budget as well.
This online program can support you, help you avoid expensive mistakes and drama, and put you in the driver’s seat, feeling confident during the construction of your new home or renovation.
Head to www.undercoverarchitect.com/manageyourbuild to see more about what’s inside the program, and how it can save you stress and money as you navigate the construction of your reno or new home.