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Kitchen, Bathroom and Laundry, and New Build Toolkits
Our Build in Common Toolkits are designed to take the uncertainty out of your project and empower you to understand and take control of your renovation or new build. Knowing what a build process involves will take the guesswork out of your project, save you time and avoid costly mistakes.
Designed as your go-to guides, our Toolkits will provide you with the knowledge and confidence to ask the right questions, to the right person at the right time in the build cycle.
Welcome! You've Got This!
We believe that any woman can renovate, build or develop property. Whether it is a small-scale domestic renovation or extension; a new-build residential project or a more ambitious sub-division or commercial development.
Too often we have heard someone say "I'd love to, but I just don't know where to start!" That is why we created Build in Common. To provide you with the knowledge and confidence to ask the right questions, to the right person at the right time in the build cycle. We really do believe that you've got this!
Deborah Hutton really needs no introduction – as a well known Australian media personality, Deborah has over the years graced countless magazine covers and television screens as a presenter, ambassador, spokesmodel and designer of her own brand of home wares “Living with Deborah Hutton”. Among all this Deborah also found the time to launch “Balance by Deborah Hutton”…Read More
How often have you made an appointment with a tradesperson for a particular time and place, organising your work day around that appointment, only to have them show up hours later or not at all? Sound familiar? While we all understand that the unexpected can happen, we also know how frustrating and annoying this can…Read More
Over the last month a number of female mentoring and awards programs have opened up around the country. We thought it particularly worthwhile to shine the spotlight on the Women Building Australia Mentoring Program led by Master Builders Australia. We love the message that “the future of the building industry isn’t what. It’s who!” Hence a program to…Read More