It is a running joke at Prominda that our sales staff say all sites are flat and access is easy. However, once site levels are taken - it turns out almost all sites have a slope! The good news is, in most cases a little slope is helpful as it makes it easy to determine where rainwater or septic tanks should best be placed. Remember that water - and other things - like to flow downhill
If you’re planning to build a home or purchase a new property, you’ll soon come across the term “BAL” (Bushfire Attack Level). It’s important to understand BAL ratings because they can affect your building costs and overall budget - especially if your property has a high risk level. Let’s take a look at BAL classifications and what factors can affect where your property rates.
The land we build on has a long history. Plants, animals and other organisms - many too small for the eye to see - all depend on that land for survival, and in turn, the health of our land depends on them. Biodiversity is the measure of the variety of these organisms, each of which are part of a delicate balancing act happening all around us at all times.
An architect? A draftsman? An engineer? A geotechnician? A planning consultant? An ecological consultant? A bushfire consultant? A builder?
Even after securing your dream patch of land, designing and building the house you want within your budget can seem like an overwhelming task. At Prominda, we’ve streamlined this process to help you bypass the maze of professionals and skip straight to the good part - building your home.