At Collins W Collins, our building designers in Old Bar are here to help create and transform your living space into an inviting, comfortable and visually pleasing home you can be proud of!
But how does it work? Well, we’ll take you through a five-step process from concept to completion with minimal fuss. We’ll help you get all the council approvals and development applications ready, including BASIX & NatHERS certification. Plus, our team can create building specification reports to make sure your new home is perfect in every way.
If you’re ready to start crafting your dream home, call us on (02) 6583 4411 today. We service all throughout Old Bar, from Oyster Creek to Saltwater Road and beyond.
Feeling cramped in your current workspace or seeking a location that better embodies your brand? Whether it’s revamping offices or designing a new shop, our Old Bar building designers create spaces that your employees and customers will absolutely love! Once we kickstart the design process, we’ll assist you in obtaining competitive construction quotes and even provide thorough project management, supervising every detail of the building phase. We offer as much support as you need throughout the journey.
Get inspired and explore some of our previous commercial projects. If our designs catch your eye, don’t hesitate to get in touch today!
Should you be building in Old Bar, the NSW development application process may demand Building Sustainability Index (BASIX) or Nationwide House Energy Rating Scheme (NatHERS) certification. We’re prepared to guide you through both.
Whether you need planning permission for a renovation depends on the nature and extent of the work, as well as local regulations. Some renovations, particularly those that alter the structure or use of the building, may require planning permission. It’s always best to check with your local council before starting a renovation project.
The timeline for building a new home can vary greatly depending on the size, complexity and any unforeseen challenges that may arise during the construction process. However, typically, building a new home can take anywhere from a few months to over a year.
While you may have clear ideas about what you want in your new home, working with a professional architect or building designer is highly recommended. They have the training and experience to translate your ideas into a viable design that complies with building regulations and optimises space and functionality.
Monday to Thursday – 8:30am-5:00pm
Friday – 8.30am – 4:00pm
Saturday & Sunday – Closed