Binary HouseModern Bathroom, Sydney
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Create a list with one column detailing all the costs prepared by your quantity surveyor and include several columns next to it. Send out your drawings and specifications and call in multiple quotes. Jot them down in the columns next to your quantity surveyor’s original quote. You can then compare costs to see if the quotes you’ve received meet your budget… or perhaps you can do even better.If you can’t meet the budget estimate prepared by your quantity surveyor, you may need to juggle the allowances around, increasing your budget for some items and decreasing it for others. The aim is to create a cost estimate that meets your budget before you start to build.