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Our Kitset Homes

We understand that everybody is different. That's why we offer so much choice! Single or double storey? Garage or no garage? Steep section or flat? Townhouse or beach house? We have design options to suit all preferences and section requirements.

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Floor Plans

We have a wide range of floorplans for you to choose from. Don't like where the bathroom is? No problems! You can add, extend and change any of our floorplans to match your needs. After all nobody wants a house that they are not 100% satisfied with.

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Now to the fun part. How much money are we going to save you? You've chosen the design, you've chosen the floorplan, now find out how much it will cost to build your kitset home. Prepare to be amazed at how much you'll be saving both in time and money!

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The Process Of Building A Kitset Home Explained

We understand that building a kitset home can seem a little intimidating at first. That's why we have streamlined the whole process from start to finish. We offer a wide range of designs to suit your needs along with floorplans that are both practical and designed to be easily modified. Still not sure? Why not come in and check out one of our showrooms! We have showrooms available throughout New Zealand. We'd love to meet with you and chat about any requirement you may have.

Once you've settled on a design and floorplan it's time to start the building process. Essentially you have three main options.

The first option is known as the full build. This is where we take your chosen design and floorplan, create your dream home and hand you the keys once it's completed. We deal with local authorities, arrange services and deal with all the subcontractors. The full build is a great option for those looking for the hands off approach.

The second option is the DIY option. This is where you select the design, floorplan and away you go. Builders often choose this route as do people experienced in project management. If needed we have a list of reliable contractors to get you started and some practical advice on the process.

The third option is a combination of the previous two and is called shell only. The shell only choice is where we build the kitset home to whats known as the lock up stage. The lockup stage means all windows, doors, roof, exterior cladding, foundation and services have been completed. The interior is then handed over to you for completion. This is a great option for those looking to save even more money by doing as much of the work themselves as possible.

Feel free to call or email us if you have any further questions about building a kitset home, we'd love to help!

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