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Domestic Construction – Timber Framing –

Completion Checklist
Owner:
Builder: QBCC Licence:
Project:
Site Address:
Supervisor: Phone No:
Date: Job No:

Component / Action/Comment


Check plans and contract
documents for any variations
Room set outs and wall locations
consistent with approved plans
Wall frame plumb and straight
sufficient to receive wall finishes
Tie down fixings to slab at least
50mm from slab edge
Bottom plate not overhanging
slab edge by more than 10mm.
All wall bracing in position as
required on approved plans and
properly fixed including tie-down
rods. Nails not overdriven
Roof and truss point loads
supported and blocked if required
Truss layout consistent with truss
plan and fixed at correct centres
Trusses plumb (max allowable
50mm or height/50) and not
bowed (max allowable 50mm or
bowed section/200)
Saddle trusses properly fixed to
supporting truss top chord
Roof tie down in accordance with
approved plans and truss
manufacturers requirements
Strengthening for installation of
solar hot water system installed
Roof steel bracing properly
installed in accordance with truss
plan. Where fixed to wall frame
bracing nailed flat to avoid
interfering with wall sheet or
cornice
Truss bottom chord bracing

This example is a guide


only and not a QBCC
recommendation

Current as at: May 2011


Domestic Construction – Timber Framing –
Completion Checklist
Owner:
Builder: QBCC Licence:
Project:
Site Address:
Supervisor: Phone No:
Date: Job No:

Component / Action/Comment


installed where suspended
ceilings or metal furring channel
ceiling battens used.
Binders installed
Transfer noggings installed
connecting bracing walls to
trussed roof frame
Non load bearing walls set down a
minimum of ceiling batten depth
+ 10mm from the level of
external load bearing walls.
Non load bearing walls connected
to trusses with slotted wall
brackets where required.
Entry bulkheads straight and level
Ceilings nogged for plaster sheet
joins and at change of direction
Internal door opening sizes
consistent with plans
Bottom plate removed from all
internal doorways
Internal bulkheads installed
plumb and straight
Plumbing duct and vent pipe
framing plumb and straight
Lintel sizes as shown on approved
plan
Windows fixed in accordance with
window manufacturers
requirements or Aust Window
Assoc. recommendations
Windows plumb and level
Bath properly framed up and
supported with appropriate
clearance for tiles and sheeting
Nogging installed for WC cistern
and toilet roll holder
Nogging installed for ensuite
cistern and toilet roll holder
Nogging installed for bathroom
towel rails

This example is a guide


only and not a QBCC
recommendation

Current as at: May 2011


Domestic Construction – Timber Framing –
Completion Checklist
Owner:
Builder: QBCC Licence:
Project:
Site Address:
Supervisor: Phone No:
Date: Job No:

Component / Action/Comment


Nogging installed for ensuite
towel rail
Noggings installed for panel lift
door
Noggings installed for clothes
dryer
Other noggings required and
installed
Manhole correctly positioned &
framed.
Fascia fixed and aligned properly
Fascia properly aligned for
external cladding or brickwork
where there is no eaves overhang
Trimmers and battens installed to
eaves to properly fix eaves lining
Temporary bracing removed
Windows checked to ensure they
are not damaged
House swept and clear of debris

Site clear of rubbish

Frame inspection passed

Sub-Contractor: QBCC Licence:

This example is a guide


only and not a QBCC
recommendation

Current as at: May 2011