Our Frequently Asked Questions

It’s important to decide how much you can spend right from the start, because that will determine other important issues about your new home, such as the size, the type of materials used and the fittings you are looking to install. Before we start working with you on a design, it’s good to decide what your must-haves are, so you can be informed of the financial elements of the build and any compromises you might need to make.
Some changes can be made after the start of the build, but they will often result in cost overruns and time delays. We feel that it is best to take the time right at the beginning to make sure you are totally happy with all your choices in fittings before work gets underway. The more time you spend planning, the smoother the build process will be. We can help you with samples of various finishes to make sure you understand what your options are before we start. Our inhouse design team can help you through the process.
We consider it a privilege to partner with our customers when building their new home and we encourage clear and regular communication throughout the build. You can follow the progress of the work through email updates, or have regular site visits to chat with the J & E Miller team. You get to decide how involved you will be.
A lot of homeowners like the personal touch – which is why we pride ourselves on our family connections. At J & E Miller you will deal with the same builder from start to finish of your build, to make communication simpler and more straight-forward. We will also organise fortnightly site meetings and weekly progress reports as standard while some clients prefer to have more regular site meetings, emails and phone conversations to keep in touch with the build as it progresses.
Get in Touch
If you want to build your dream home with J & E Miller, speak to our team today and arrange your first meeting by calling us on (02) 6581 1500. Our experienced team is ready to partner with you on every step of this exciting journey.
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