House and wall we are building Prasat

Discussion in 'House Building Forum' started by alanthebuilder, Sep 11, 2018.

  1. Yorky

    Yorky Fullritis Member

    I cannot imagine that we could afford the build price anyway.
     
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  2. FERET

    FERET Surin relic

    Ya got that right.
     
  3. nomad97

    nomad97 Tyrannosaurus Rex Staff Member

    We could have done a few years back when the £ to baht exchange rate was over 70. No chance whatsoever now we are flying near the 40 baht mark to the £.
     
  4. gotlost

    gotlost Kap Chong R Us Member

    40.76 as we speak.:oops:
     
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  5. Rice

    Rice Resident Smart Arse

    If you were to build a complete opposite design to @Bandersnatch. This would be it. All the same a very smart looking house.
     
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  6. gotlost

    gotlost Kap Chong R Us Member

    With the reliability of PEA it is lower than you would guess.;)
     
  7. Yorky

    Yorky Fullritis Member

    What is it then?
     
  8. gotlost

    gotlost Kap Chong R Us Member

    No idea but PEA in the area is off as much as they our on. So there is a 50% cut on the bill.
     
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  9. mario299

    mario299 Surin Founding Father

    I can't tell from the pictures where exactly this build is in Prasat and Prasat is a pretty large area, but in regards to PEA, we here in our little neck of the woods some 12 km NW of Prasat city proper have had extremely rare power outages, and when it does happen it gets fixed pretty darn promptly.
    Bitch all you like, heck get a bloody generator if you hate their service so much, but we pay on average about 800 baht a month for electric service and I'm fine with that. Jeeze, what next is wrong with Thailand? ?????
     
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  10. alanthebuilder

    alanthebuilder Administrator

    All Done ....
     

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  12. Eanto

    Eanto Guest

    Western money can go a long way in Asia. Looks classy but my only concern would be the small pool in relation to the available area. Was that specified by the client?
     
  13. alanthebuilder

    alanthebuilder Administrator

    The pool is 13 mt by 6 mt and 8 ft deep at the deep end .
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  14. Rice

    Rice Resident Smart Arse

    I am just starting to understand your obtuse sense of humour @Eanto . :rolleyes:
     
  15. Eanto

    Eanto Guest

    It was a legitimate question!

    Are you catching my drift? or am I being obtuse?

    Shawshank Redemption 1994
     
  16. alanthebuilder

    alanthebuilder Administrator

    Last week we added some extra tiles around the pool and house .
    Im now enjoying a 6 weeks break as now its the Bhudist lent and most Thais wont start a build in this period .
    Our next project is a 2 story house in Surin I will add details soon .
    Its a decent size build maybee 4.5 to 5 months to complete , we have another single story linned up after this , and two or three maybee,s so things are looking great for the future. Heres a few pics of the tile work weve just done .[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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  17. ColinW

    ColinW Cannot re - Member

    If it is the same man who did our tiles he is a superb workman
     
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