Once you’ve signed your contract to build with Cachet Homes, your project moves into the capable hands of our Client Liaison team, where you’ll be assigned your own personal Client Liaison Officer who will follow you through from now until the end of Construction, knowing your home inside and out.

You will now complete what is known as a ‘prestart’ meeting. This is the fun bit because it’s where you get to add your personal touch to the new home design ‘shell’ and really make the home your own. Prior to the meeting, you will be provided with a ‘Pre-start Pack’ incorporating your plans, addenda, checklist and any product brochures and information relevant to your build. You will then be invited to an appointment at our Mandurah based office showroom to view our selections in the flesh.

Pre-start is an exciting time for anyone who is about to embark on the home building process. But it can also be a bit daunting– the selections chosen at this time will in many ways shape the appearance and character of your new home for years to come so we highly recommend you do a bit of research on the overall look and feel your trying to create before coming into your meeting. The more pictures and products you can bring along with you the better! This will enable that you get exactly what your after with the help of our experienced prestart consultants to guide you through the process.

When you come in for your prestart we like to allow around 3 hours. We take you through your addenda and plans and point out all the things you need to know about building your new home. At this stage you can make minor alterations, like upgrading fixtures and fittings, adding any additional electrical items or tweaking your kitchen and bathroom layouts.

Finally, you get to select the finishing touches that will turn your new house into a home. You’ll choose the colours and styles you want for your bricks, roof cover, render, tiles, cupboards, bench tops, taps and everything in between! Just remember, whatever you are considering, we are here to offer helpful and practical advice.