What We Do
Would you like to live in a home that costs nothing to run?
Goycon is a Melbourne based building company currently focused on new homes and extension projects working with architects and a range of other industry consultants. Goycon is owned and operated by Andrew Goy a Registered Building Practitioner (DBU-25505) Goycon projects exceed industry benchmarks (standards and Tolerances) in build quality as well as the best possible outcomes for environmental impact and energy efficiency.
What We Do
DECIDE ON YOUR NEEDS
For example family size and age, lifestyle, and ownership cycle.
Reports and Drawings
These documents will help you get an accurate idea of what it is you want to achieve, and how much it will cost.
Permits and Approvals
Required when building outside the council approved building envelope.
We use standard off-the-shelf materials and fixtures with a moderate approach to structural engineering
” I found working with Goycon to be very easy, they were efficient and very knowledgeable of the building Industry”
l highly recommend Andrew Goy as a Builder. Andy was building our Passive House at Outtrim from May 2018, completing the project in December 2018.
He was responsible for realising the Architect's design, including securing materials, coordinating with suppliers and subcontractors, and generally making sure that the project runs smoothly.
Andy was fundamental to solving many of the challenges the project presented such as meeting passive house specification, constructing in a bushfire prone area (Bal - 29), and working on an elevated site, the main floor area over 5 meters above ground.
Andy is highly skilled , honest and hard working
The quality of Andy's work and craftsmanship is exceptional and evident in our new build 3-bedroom home. We've had numerous people including other builders comment on the high standard of detail in the build. Our build was on a sloping block in a rural location with no connected services. None of these issues represented a barrier to Andy, and having him on site to personally direct the build made a huge difference.Rolf
Our small team form a productive and personal working relationships. This benefits our clients in many as excellent communication ensures projects are delivered on time, and most importantly, with a consistent level of quality from start to finish.
In Victoria, a builder is required to purchase domestic building insurance on your behalf for domestic building works
valued at $16,000 or more.
The claim form is available for download via our website. To lodge a claim you will need to complete the form, attach the
relevant supporting documentation and submit to VMIA.
Domestic building insurance provides cover to the homeowner where the building works is incomplete or defective. Please refer to the attached information sheet ‘What am I covered for’ for an overview and examples for what may be covered.
You may need this document if you need to lodge a claim with us. You will also need to pass on the certificate to any subsequent purchasers of the property. If the information on the certificate does not match your domestic building contract, please contact VMIA immediately.
No. Cover will only be provided under your domestic building insurance policy if your builder has died, disappeared or
become insolvent. If your Certificate of Insurance was issued after the 1 July 2015, it may also provide cover if your
builder has failed to comply with the Tribunal or court order.
For free advice about resolving building disputes, you can contact the building information line or seek the assistance of
Domestic Building Dispute Resolution Victoria (DBDRV). DBDRV is an independent government agency that provides
free services to help resolve domestic building disputes without the cost and time often associated with courts and
tribunals, and has the power to issue dispute resolution orders to resolve disputes.
Find out more about DBDRV at dbdrv.vic.gov.au or call the Building Information Line on 1300 557 559.
We believe great projects are based on great relationships and communicationAndrew Goy Director