Modular homes are a great building option for acreage sites across NSW and QLD. This especially is showcased in this lovely home up at Guyra on the NSW New England Tablelands. A charming 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom home that fits in well with the surrounds and features bamboo floors and homestead charm!
Are you looking for inspiration for your new modular home project? Or maybe you’re wondering if a modular home is a suitable option for you? We have created this case study to help you understand what some clients have done with their lovely homes. Based on the Glenvale Mk2 Traditional design, this home is a beauty! Read on to see the main...
Are you looking at purchasing a sloping block? Or maybe you’ve got a sloping site but your struggling to find someone to build on it. Finding the right builder for you isn’t easy, and finding one to construct a modular home on a sloping site doesn’t make it any easier. So, let's demystify the sloping sites myth and look at the different methods of...
Ok, so we're a bit biased here (of course) but we'll endeavour to remain objective and honest. Because let's face it – modular homes are not for everyone. There are benefits and drawbacks to either type of building. The key is understanding what the differences are and then applying them to your situation.
We have been pretty busy back here redesigning and refreshing our popular Glenvale range of modular homes. With large open plan living area’s, big bedrooms, large kitchens and spacious outdoor living areas, these homes are the ideal Australian modular home!
Your timber deck is one of your most important investments and really adds value to your modular home. On the flip side, a poorly maintained deck can be a major drawback to your home – let alone an eye saw!