Through a careful process of planning and sustainable house design
, every step of construction and subsequent use of these modular homes has been considered in terms of its impact on the environment. Site preparation is minimal, meaning less disruption to flora, fauna and neighbouring areas, and the screw piling technique we use means there is no need for earth moving or compacting. Having the construction take place in a factory rather than on-site minimises noise, rubbish, dust, and debris and maximises the quality of the final product; this means less repairs and re-work in years to come.
All materials used in the construction of our homes are recycled, reconstituted or sourced/created sustainably. Rain water tanks are an optional feature for all of our homes, as are other environmentally conscious
services such as solar hot water or solar/wind power. The quantum of insulation resulting from the Structurally Insulated Panels and double glazing we use means the ambient temperature of our homes is more stable and less prone to extremes (thus requiring less heating and cooling). And finally, the appliances we use and recommend all have maximum energy and efficiency ratings, and are included in the price of the homes.