At the EUROHOUSE KIT HOMES, we know that you're about to embark on possibly the most amazing experience of your life.
"The act of building your own home!".
We also know that this is possibly the most important investment you will ever make which is why we are dedicated to making the kit homes
process as simple and painless as we can. There are hundreds of kit homes companies out there, each offering their opinion on what
works and what doesn't. We know that your decision is going to be a tough one. To help you make the right decision, we have put together
an owner builder checklist for you so that you can be sure you are going with the right supplier. We can assure you that at the EUROHOUSE KIT HOMES,
we tick all the boxes.
Make sure your kit homes are made of steel because timber is heavy and nails are dangerous.
Make sure you can change the plans if you need to, without blowing out the cost of the kit homes. Many suppliers are cheap if you choose
a basic design but try to add something and you get stung.
Go over the kit homes inclusions with a fine tooth-comb because something simple like a roof can blow your budget out of the water.
Make sure you can actually SEE FOR YOURSELF examples of real kit homes they have actually built because NO OTHER KIT HOMES COMPANY
has built the quantity that we have.
Make sure your kit home looks like real homes because nobody wants to buy a kit home from you when you sell it, but they do want to buy an
architecturally designed home!
Make sure you can call the kit homes company with any questions throughout the build, because so many customers complain that other kit
homes companies simply dropped off the materials and ran for the hills.
Make sure the kit homes company is going to help you get your plans approved, through council and ready to build because we've seen the council
process extended to 18 months!!!
We have sent our unique kit homes all over the world to budding owner builders and professional property developers. No matter what kind of
builder you are, one thing is for sure, the easier it is to assemble your project, the better! We have quoted kit homes all over Europe, Dubai,
Abu-dhabi, Africa, Hawaii, New Caledonia, Bahamas, Philippines, Thailand, America, New Zealand, Tonga, Fiji, China, Indonesia and Vietnam.
We are slowly developing an international reputation as being the most advanced,with best quality and most reliable kit homes company available today.
You don't need to spend millions of dollars to have a prestigious look and feel that you'll be happy to come home.
At EUROHOUSE KIT HOMES, we are all about getting you the best result on the lowest possible price. Smart property investors will tell you
that you can over capitalise very easy in USA, so it is important that you get a great finished product without spending too much of your heard
earned money. Give us a call today and let us work with you to design the best home for your budget. With EUROHOUSE KIT HOMES, now
everyone can afford their dream home. Who would have thought that your dream home could be a kit home!
Steel House Frames VS Timber House Frames
If you're looking to build with kit homes, then one of the questions you have would have been faced with is "Should I build with timber or steel
constructions?". Well,to save you reading this entire article, the answer is short and simple - STEEL CONSTRUCTIONS.
But let`s dig a little deeper for those that want some substance to their answer. Of course the final decision is based on quality, cost, easy of use
and being aware of any potential side effects.
The reason most builders will try to talk you into building with timber is because they have not been bothered learning how to use steel yet.
Most of them do not really understand it and they are scared of something they don't fully understand. The reality is that steel frames are a newer,
more advanced technology, that was developed to be stronger, lighter and cheap, if not cheaper than timber.
If you’re an Owner Builder, then we think the choice is simple. If you don't want to use cranes and a hundred men plus have the danger of nail guns,
then steel is your best bet. The other key point to mention here is that the quality of the timber frames is significantly reducing and often wood rot is
being concerned about. If you are chancing rain with the build then it is far better to be able to leave your steel exposed and get back to work straight
away. Steel can be more expensive than timber in terms of raw material, but when you consider that it is so light and fast to work with, you would go
with steel every day. The termite factor is also something to seriously take into account. Worst case scenario you have to replace a few skirting
boards, better that then the entire home. Steel houses don't fall over when termites get to them!