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Our hard work makes your life easy! 🏡✨
As part of the Summit Homes Group, we have proudly built over 40,000 homes so know exactly what it takes to make the building process run smoothly. That means you get only good vibes the whole way through!
Ever heard of the five Ps? You know… Previous Preparation Prevents Poor Performance. Well, the fact is that every house built by Easystart Homes, no matter what the size or style, goes through a stringent series of steps to ensure the house is completed on time, on budget, and to the highest level of quality.
A PPA is the process of providing important documents for your new home, e.g. working drawings and engineering details prior to you signing the building contract. These plans will determine the overall cost of your brand new home.
You will also receive access to our Online Portal where you can monitor the building process, including progress photos, detailed timeline of upcoming jobs and important documents.
The Pre-construction Stage - Step 2
Site survey & soil report
The site survey and soil report evaluates the condition of your land prior to building as this can affect the cost of your build.
A site survey identifies different levels of elevation on your block of land and defines the position of proposed construction & land boundaries.
Soil reports are required to determine the load bearing capacity of your block, and if a standard slab will be adequate or a reinforced slab is required.
The Pre-construction Stage - Step 3
Following the PPA, site survey and soil report, your Easystart Homes Consultant will create a building contract and plan, which will set out the terms of the contract, including descriptions of the work to be completed, the parties involved, the contract price, as well as any deposits or progress payments required. The contract will also include the plans, reports and specifications chosen up until this point.
The Pre-construction Stage - Step 4
Once your building contract is signed, you will then be invited to join our team on-site at The Style Studio where you will finalise things like, colour schemes, tapware, electrical point covers and any smart home functionality.
You will meet your Contract Administrator who will help you throughout your build journey and be one of your key points of contact throughout your new home build.
The Pre-construction Stage - Step 5
Final plan sign-off
Following pre-start, your contracts will be updated to include your chosen colour schemes. Any additional costs resulting from upgrades or variations made during pre-start will also be added to the contract, which you will receive and review prior to signing.
The Pre-construction Stage - Step 6
Once finalised and signed, we will pass your contract to our scheduling team who will co-ordinate the construction of your home.
Now it’s time to bring your vision to life
The Construction Stage
The Construction Stage - Step 1
Siteworks is the process of levelling & compacting the ground prior to building. It includes the clearing of vegetation, creation & clearing of sand, establishing footings for your slab, and establishing the sewerage, power and water services. When siteworks commence, you will be assigned your construction team.
The Construction Stage - Step 2
This is the first major milestone of the construction process. Slab down involves the pouring of your concrete footings & concrete 'slab'. Once cured, this will provide the base of your new home.
The Construction Stage - Step 3
The next milestone is the completion of your structural walls. Depending on your building method, this will be TRUECORE® steel wall frames, double brick or a combination of both aka BrickHybrid.
Once completed, your supervisor will ensure that the work complies with your plans. If you have chosen to render your brick, it will be completed at this stage
The Construction Stage - Step 4
Next up is securing your roof, cutting plumbing pipes into the walls and the completion of the electrical work.
A Site Supervisor will then organise a site clean to ensure the site is ready for ceilings, walls and finishes.
The Construction Stage - Step 5
Your home has reached lockup stage. The cabinets and benchtops for your kitchen will be fitted, plumbing installed and the concrete floor poured into your garage.
A Site Supervisor will arrange a meeting to discuss your tiling selection.
The Construction Stage - Step 6
Finals mean all the small details will be completed on your home. These finishing touches ensure that your home feels complete and ready for you to live in it!
The Construction Stage - Step 7
Practical Completion Inspection
During the practical completion stage, your supervisor will contact you to go through the final documents.
Following your practical completion inspection (PCI), we will complete any minor remedial works.
The Construction Stage - Step 8
Once any minor remedial works are completed and you are satisfied with the build, we will handover the keys and the home will be officially yours!
Why build with Easystart?
Our four decades worth of experience means we know exactly what it takes to make the building journey run smoothly and build a house you will love for years to come.
Dedicated Construction Team
Our highly experienced construction team build each and every home as if it’s their own
Get 24/7 access to regular updates and progress photos.
We don’t just claim to be one of Perth’s best builders, we have won the awards to prove it!
You support local trades & services when you build with us.
25 year structural guarantee
Rest easy with a 25 year guarantee on structural defects.
6 month maintenance period
From the point of practical completion you have 6 months where any maintenance issues will be covered.