About Hyspec Homes

Why Hyspec Homes? See What Our Clients Are Saying

Hyspec Homes specialises in brand new luxury homes and custom duplexes, and we create bespoke home designs to fit your timeline and budget. We ensure all our projects are well-planned and perfectly executed, and we love a challenge.

Established in 2015, Hyspec Homes brings both a solid design aesthetic and an experienced understanding of the building process to the table. We take pride in our work and offer a minimal stress process throughout the build. Our main goal is to bring a clients dream home that is not only aesthetically pleasing, but functional and brings the lifestyle you want.

Director Brett Anderson oversees an experienced team of construction professionals, ensuring organisation on all projects. His passion and dedication to clients helps to make their dream homes a reality, and he is highly regarded for his attention to detail, his passion for improving the lives of Hyspec Homes clients, and his precision craftsmanship.


With more than 25 years combined experience, we bring a fresh approach to construction. We’ve worked on hundreds of projects and have the experience to help you maximise the future value of your project. Hyspec Homes prides itself on being able to achieve client budgets by providing our extensive experience on building methods, products and by having great relationships with our suppliers and subcontractors.


Our dedication for aesthetically driven projects stems from seeing that so many builders weren’t delivering high-quality work. At Hyspec Homes, we pride ourselves on delivering projects that are well-designed and unique, and we’re constantly pushing the boundaries to create innovative and beautiful designs for our clients. We partner with Sydney’s best architects and interior designers to create luxury homes that suit the best aspects of your project.


We don’t want to be a burden on our clients or take up your valuable time. We want to ensure we’re always available and transparent with our work from concept to completion. For this reason, our innovative client portal allows us to publish any variations to projects in real time. It also allows our clients to be able to approve finishes, fixtures and upgrades via the portal, and they can view photography their projects in real time.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I ensure that I’m kept up to date during the building process?

We understand that builders can go missing and we pride ourselves on good communication.

We use our own online portal that ensures you’re kept up to date every step of the way, including photos and daily updates in real time.

This portal also ensures that all our partners and suppliers are working to the same timeline and schedule as us (which you can also view).

How do I make sure I’m not overpaying for my project?

We don’t want you to pay more than you need to, and we ensure you’re not wasting your hard-earned money.

Hyspec Homes work to a set profit margin to ensure we can maximise your budget and we have a well-running business model to ensure this.

While we understand it might be tempting to choose a cheaper builder, the cost if they go under or if something were to go wrong, the cost to correct this can heavily outweigh paying slightly more.

It’s for this reason that we are relied upon by hundreds of clients across Sydney.

My current home doesn’t cater to my lifestyle and taste. How can Hyspec Homes help?

We want you to love the design and functionality of project, and we take pride in our workmanship so that you can be proud of the finished product.

Is there a way of having confidence in a completion date?

We don’t want you to miss out on a family event in your new home, but this isn’t always possible.

We will take into consideration your future plans, and if it’s possible to deliver your home to meet the agreed dates, we will. If not, we’ll always be realistic with you as completion dates and provide progress updates in our portal.

Can I ask questions at any time?

We’ll always keep you in the loop! Any questions or queries you have, we’re always available within business hours to chat on the phone or via email if anything outside of the information in the client portal is missing.

I’m not a construction expert, how do I understand all the building jargon?

Builders can be intimidating, using industry jargon that you may not be clear on. At Hyspec Homes, we’ll always explain the process and clarify any confusing building terminology in a way that you can understand.

If anything doesn’t make sense, don’t hesitate to ask – there are no stupid questions.

How do I make sure my design stands out and doesn’t just look like a project home?

We work with experienced and creative architects, who know how to design striking, unique homes built to the highest quality.

What’s a variation in a quote?

Variations can be introduced for a variety of reasons. The most common reason for a variation is a change of mind on materials, finishes or fixtures, and for that reason the cost changes.

You could also incur variations if unforeseen work arises, though we’ll always let you know if this is the case.

What’s the difference between an estimate and a quote?

The terms ‘quote’ and ‘estimate’ are used pretty loosely by many builders. The first step is to always start out with an estimate. Based on your requirements (i.e how many bedrooms, bathrooms etc), the estimate is your starting point on your project. They’re ballpark figures based on your rough requirements, but certainly not detailed.

A quote on the other hand is a more detailed document that is lengthy and includes information and specifics on your project, and is based on things like drawings, material and labour.

What are provisional sums in pricing?

Provisional pricing is simply items that we may not know the price of as yet, or it may be for things we can’t put an accurate price on due to either lack of information or unknown issues.

We know some builders like to quote a low provisional sum in the hope you’ll appoint them on your project, but we’d rather get this accurate so there are no surprises.

The more information we get, and the more definite selections you make, the less provisional items there will be. However, some items such as excavation may stay provisional until construction begins.