Moving in

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Moving in must do's

We've put together this handy checklist so that first night in your brand-new home is smooth sailing.

Fencing, Landscaping & Incentives

Incentive Packages

All homesites in Kingsford come with front yard landscaping and side and rear fencing.

When your home has reached ‘plate height’ stage, that is when the brickwork is complete, but the roof is not yet constructed, please email kingsford@okeland.com.au advising that you are now ready to begin the process of redeeming the incentive packages included in the purchase of your lot. We will send you a copy of the application forms you need to complete and return and provide you further information each of the packages

Download our Front Landscaping Information Book

NBN / Telecommunications

You will be required to contact your provider to connect the cable for your telephone and technology requirements. This can often take a number of weeks, so please contact them as early as possible.

Rubbish Bins

Please contact the City of Swan to arrange your rubbish bins.

Utilities

Remember to set up accounts for electricity, and water and make sure you phone at least a week before you move in. Accounts are super easy to set up and can be sometimes done online. 

  • Electricity (Synergy) – 13 13 53
     
  • Water (Water Corporation) – 13 13 85
     
  • Gas  - Kingsford is currently not connected to gas. Allowance for bottled gas or solar is recommended.  
    It is important to advise your builder at your pre-start meeting that Kingsford Estate includes provision of dormant gas reticulation pipelines to all lots. This means that once Bullsbrook is connected to mains gas, your home will be able to receive natural gas without having to undertake a major retrofit. Please speak with your Builder for more information regarding the process of switching from bottled to natural gas.

Insurance

Ensure your new home is adequately covered for both the building and contents.

(note – building insurance is also a requirement of your bank or lending institution)