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!
A couple of weeks ago, we looked at whether transport causes much damage to a modular home. After this post, we had several potential clients (and some interested seniors) ask us what we do to fix any damage that does occur, which got us thinking! So, in this post, we go into the process we follow; indeed, the approach most modular home builders...
One of our clients' most frequently asked questions is how much damage occurs to their home during transport. Of course, this is a pretty valid concern, and our broad-brush answer usually is to say that we design our relocatable homes to put up with the bumps and scrapes that come with transporting across QLD and NSW. You could say that a modular...
Living in Australia’s climate is great! You get warm temperatures, pretty much all-year-round and even the coldest days aren’t all that cold. If you’re planning a new build, you want to take advantage of the good weather – but you don’t want to spend the long summers wishing you were 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.
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.