House building can be a very stressful and daunting experience. Although you would expect it to be an interesting experience, having to work with builders and make big decisions can turn what would have been an interesting experience into an absolute nightmare. For this reason the chances of you forgetting something very important are extremely high. 
Keep all of your extra materials
Although this is more a tip for the end of building, it is important that you keep all of your extra material as your builder is most likely to try to take them with him when he leaves. Have the same rule for the builder, the plumber and the Adelaide electrical contractors. The reason for this rule is that you may one day even ten years in the future need to replace a part of your electrical work, your plumbing oreven your tiling and the same products may not be available in the market at that time. This is a problem that is faced by many homeowners and they are sometimes forced to replace all of their tiles because of one or two broken tiles and similarly the whole electrical line because one piece of wiring is no longer produced.
Lighting and power outlets
One of the things that are most commonly forgotten or done incorrectly is the lighting, power outlets and the placement of switches in your home. The first thing you will need to do is to make a detailed plan of where everything will be once you move into your house, including fridges, beds and furniture. With this in mind, it should be fairly easy for you and your electrical contractor to plan out where your switches and power outlets are going to be. Make sure that you think of even the smallest things such as charging your phone or your laptop while you are using it on your bed and the direction and type of wiring used for your fridge. Look here for further information regarding data cabling.
Buy your things in advance
It would be very useful for you to buy all of your furniture or at least your electrical items well in advance so that you will have a clear idea on what type of plug point and which direction the wiring is, in order to plan out your electrical system. It is a similar situation with your washing machine, plan out where you will need to have a water outlet as well as power outlets in order to have your washing machine function smoothly. In order to do this you will need to plan out exactly where your washing machine will go.