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Who are we? ServiceSeeking.com.au is Australia's largest marketplace of bricklayers (and any other businesses that you might need around the home). Almost 700,000 Australians have listed a job. 75,000 businesses registered to quote on work. 130,000 quotes compared per month.
Vital statistics: Over 52% of all bricklaying jobs listed receive quotes within 1 hour. The average number of quotes customers receive over a day is 5. The most number of quotes you'll receive is 12 and you have the option of stopping quotes at any time if you find the right person for the job.
Why us? It's easy and flips the ring around upside down. Our bricklayers want your job, will promptly send you a quote and will attend the site visit as promised. It's much better than flipping through directories and getting the run around. And best of all, it's free!
Unsurprisingly bricklayers do exactly what their title suggests - they prepare and lay bricks! Bricklaying also includes the laying of a range of other materials such as stone, marble, concrete and other masonry products. Common bricklaying jobs include building or repairing walls, partitions, paths, driveways, archways, fireplaces and a host of other structures.
Bricklaying is a real skill and requires a keen eye for detail. Not only do the bricks need to be lined up perfectly, but the mortar (which is used to secure the bricks) must be the correct viscosity (thickness) to make sure the bricks stick together properly to create an attractive, uniform look.
We charge bricklayers a small fee to express interest in your needs, but you are not obligated to choose anyone if the quotes or the businesses aren't to your liking.
Bricklayers need to know what you need done, the size of the job and how they can access the site. When requesting quotes, you should consider including a picture of the site (especially if it's an outdoor project) or let bricklayers know when you would be available for site inspections. The more flexible you are the better response you'll receive!
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Concreters generally need to know the size of the driveway, what landscaping or excavation is required and your preferred finish to provide an indicative quote. It can really help concreters if you provide pictures of the site or examples of concrete driveways you like the look of when asking for quotes.
Concrete paving experts need to know the exact size of the paved area and the finish you require to quote accurately. Most concreters quote prices for paving by the square metre, so having measurements handy is useful. You may also want to provide pictures of the site as well as examples of other concrete paving styles that you like. Sharing these will help concreters know what finish you want and give you a better quote.
Retaining walls come in all shapes and sizes so it's good to have an idea of what you're after. What do you want the wall built from? Concrete, sandstone, limestone or some other natural stone blocks - your options are endless! How about the dimensions? If the proposed wall is of a considerable height you might need to get permission from your local authorities, however vertically-challenged garden walls can normally be completed without council approval.