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Specifying provisionals and inclusions in your tender documents ensures that builders have a clear understanding of your project requirements and expectations.

The three reasons why this is important are:

Accurate pricing: Clearly defined provisionals and inclusions allow builders to provide accurate cost estimates, reducing the likelihood of budget overruns and unexpected variations during construction.


Consistent quality: Detailing the desired quality and specifications of materials and finishes ensures that all builders are quoting based on the same standards, making it easier to compare proposals.


Customisation: Outlining your specific inclusions enables builders to tailor their proposals to meet your unique needs and preferences, ensuring your project is delivered to your satisfaction.

“Clarity is the key to effective communication.” – Zig Ziglar
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