Earlier this week we held our second Building with MOJO Webinar for those who are interested in learning about the building process. Whether you’re considering the idea of building, comparing builders or have already paid your deposit, our webinars help to provide more clarity, more certainty and more confidence to you and your family.
During the webinar we had a live Q&A running where our MOJO Sales and Interior Design Consultants answered each of the questions as they came through. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions from the webinar, in case you missed it.
Do MOJO Homes offer landscaping?
No, landscaping is not something we offer however we can do your driveway, letterbox and clothesline at an additional cost.
Do MOJO Homes offer solar panelling?
Yes, it is a product that we can offer at your electrical appointment, please note that solar is an upgrade.
Which Display Homes have been built to the standard MOJO MORE specifications?
- The Alpha 18, on display at HomeWorld Marsden Park.
- The Harmony 29 at Housing World, Watagan Park.
- The Rhapsody 30 at Huntlee.
- The Conga 26 at Waterford Living, Chisholm.
- The Rhapsody 26 at Wongawilli (coming soon).
What is the waiting period after accepting proposal to final tender?
It usually takes three weeks from Proposal to Final Tender to finalise all the details.
How many colour studio appointments can you have?
You can organise Studio ‘Walkthrough’ appointments as many times as you’d like once you’ve paid your deposit and accepted your consolidated tender. These appointments must be booked in with your Interior Design Consultant.
How many layers of waterproofing applications do you do?
We do one layer to the wet rooms, which complies with Australian Standards.
Do the walls have insulation or just the roof?
All external walls to habitable rooms have insulation as well as the roof cavity. You can add insulation to internal walls or between floors at an extra cost.
Does the Steel roof come with a thermal blanket?
Yes, MOJO offer this as a standard MORE inclusion.
What does CDC mean?
A CDC stands for ‘Complying Development Certificate’ and is completed by a private certifier. A CDC approval can take up to 4-5 weeks, depending on your house type. If your development is not compliant to CDC, you will need to go through a DA (Development Approval) approval process through the local Council where you are building.
Keep an eye out on the events page on our website for the next Building with MOJO Webinar date.