Turn-Key construction is building your new home – ready for you to move in.

Turn-Key construction is a fixed price contract that includes everything you need to move in to your new home – it’s all done for you.  Turn-Key is the builders promise back to you, that you get what you need up to standard, without getting charged more. Landscaping, fences, floor coverings and window furnishings – and a whole lot more – are all included in the price.  At Lansell Homes, we only build Turn-Key homes so everything is finalised when the home is handed over to you.

Turn-Key construction builders are able to provide this security from “budget blowout” … they fully understand their business and where efficiencies lie.  And these savings are passed onto you.

Turn-Key construction includes all of items that are needed in every new home, for a single price.  No Extras, No “Up-Selling”, and no “That’s not included” …  just a single price … and it is all done for you.  A Turn-Key Builder does what most other builders fail to do, we finish the job.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

YES, of course you can.  Turn-Key doesn’t mean you can’t change things.  Turn-Key means that you know the price of these items, BEFORE you sign the contract.  Turn-Key builders will always deal with you openly and honestly, so you know how much things cost and you don’t go over budget.

YES.  You can always change these things after the contract is signed.  If this what you want, you will just need to pay any price difference (or receive a credit maybe?).

Turn-Key builder should always have a display home that includes everything that you will get, for the cost of that home.  No upgraded Alfreso, no extras for appliances or benchtops, no additions to have blinds and drapes.  When you see the display home, that is what you will get in your home for a fixed price.

You just need to ask some simple questions such as “how much extra to have it just like the display home”,  “is landscaping included” or, “how much will my extras be”, if the answer to any of these questions is more than zero ($0.00), then you are not dealing with a Turn-Key builder.

A.Items that should be included in every Turn-Key home are

• Fixed Price Contract (with no hidden extras or upsell)

• Fully complete ready to move in Home

• Heavy duty carpet to lounge and all bedrooms

• Floor tiles or vinyl flooring to ALL high traffic and wet areas

• Landscaping – from the kerb to the back fence

• Paved alfresco outdoor living area

• Drapes or blinds to all windows and sliding glass doors

• LED Light fittings – included and installed

• Concrete driveway to the kerb

• Concrete path to the front door

• Colorbond fencing – for a secure rear yard

• Clothesline – and concrete path to the laundry door

• Work with an interior designer to bring your new home to life, by selecting colours any fitting that suit your lifestyle

• Colorbond roofing

• Feature Glass Front door

• Side fence and access gate to back yard

• Wall tiles

• Ducted gas heating

• Evaporative air conditioning

• Solar hot water with gas booster

• Overhead kitchen cupboards

• Deadlocks to front, laundry and internal garage doors

• Pillar letterbox with your street number

• Lock-up garage with remote control door and direct access to the home

• Telephone point

• Towel rails

• Toilet roll holders

• Generous number of double power points throughout home

• Robe shelves

• Mirrors

• Fly screens to all opening windows and sliding doors

• Hot Plates

• Dishwasher

• TV antenna

• Wall Oven tower

• Quality tapware from a large range

• Locks to all opening windows

• Walk in pantry

• Connected to water

• Connected to sewer

• Connected to gas

• Connected to power

• Connected to stormwater

• Cushioned door stops

• Super Strength Concrete Slab Floor – All our slabs are a min. of 100mm concrete floor slab on 300mm waffle pod strengthening beams – total thickness of 400mm – way beyond the Aust. Standard of 311mm for Class ‘M’ soil

• include requirements to comply with all BAL (bushfire attach level) requirements applicable to the site

• Wall bracing above and beyond the Australian Standard – which reduces the level of wall cracking after the home is complete