Des Rix Homes

Posted March 4, 2017

Des Rix Homes is based in Ballarat.  This firm has been engaged by one of our clients to construct a Post & Beam home in the Daylesford area.

Des Rix is the principal of that firm.

GK Building Services is a separate firm that seems to undertake some consulting work for Des Rix Homes.

Glenn Wilson is a representative of that firm.

I will be writing more in coming weeks about both these firms.

Stay tuned.

In the meantime please feel free to ring me on (03) 5962 6410 or 0417 319 830.

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