This week we have come up with a useful list of must-have inclusions for clients looking to build a modular home in rural areas of Queensland. With over 25 years’ experience building homes for clients across some extremely diverse countryside, we have picked up a few tips from our clients along the way.
Ok, so let's say you want to get moving with your new modular home. You've looked at the options, sorted the perfect design and found an excellent builder - now you need to get a move along and get this thing done! Suddenly, you find your builder is telling you that it's going to take about 12 months before you move in! Yes, we understand that...
Living in Australia’s climate is a dream come true for many. You get warm temperatures pretty much all-year-round and even the coldest days aren’t all that cold. If you’re planning your first modular home build or your next one, you want to ensure you don’t want to spend the long summers wishing you had designed the house to be more cool.
Australian weather can be a bit of a mixed bag and while the winter nights can get pretty cold (Warwick nights have been known to regularly get down to 0), the days are generally enjoyable.
Bushfire season is here and if you’re planning on building a new home, you need to consider whether or not your new home is fire-safe for the region you’re headed to.
Many people look at building a modular home because they’re more affordable, but that doesn’t mean that you should not have a comprehensive budget and financial plan first. Because when it comes to building your new modular home, you may not be able to realistically afford every single thing on your seemingly ever-expanding wish list.