The footings of your home are incredibly vital, and a soil test is the most critical part of getting this right. In this article, we go over the process that must be followed to ensure that your house is built right - from the ground up! So, read on to find out about soil tests, soil classifications and the different types of footings used in the...
In a typical home, the bathroom and wet area spaces are the most private spaces but often the most used spaces in your home. Therefore, the amount of time spent designing these spaces should reflect that fact that they should be your retreat So, read on to find out about open plan wet areas and some tips on how to create them in your home.
Building a prefab home is a big decision, and the site costs involved are sometimes some of the more significant costs involved in developing a new manufactured home. The trick here is that most modular or prefab builders will give you pricing for a home EXCLUDING the site costs. Also, we think that is somewhat misleading as the price of the house...
A common question we frequently get asked is "Can your modular homes be designed to be cyclone rated?" And the answer is, yes, quite easily. However, there is quite a bit more to it than just simply applying a ‘cyclone rating’ to a new home, modular or otherwise. So, read on to find out more about what this is and what difference it makes.
Hello again! This week we thought we’d share some insight into what the main cost centres in home building are.