How much does it cost to build a kit home NZ?
Our kitset homes start at $58,190 (GST inclusive) in the North Island and $58,472 (GST inclusive) in the South Island.
What is the cheapest way to build in NZ?
Here are a few of the most common strategies…
- Switch to less expensive claddings.
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- Switch to cheaper glazing.
- Spend less on fittings and fixtures.
- Defer some building work.
- Do the landscaping yourself.
- Do some of the finishing yourself.
- DIY Project Management.
How much does a prefab house cost NZ?
A three-bedroom, two-bedroom prefab home measuring at 130m2 could cost approximately $206,700. While a four-bedroom, two-bathroom house measuring at 317m2 could cost an estimated $437,000.
How deep are foundations for a house NZ?
The minimum foundation depth for buildings within the scope of NZS3604:2011 is 200mm minimum below cleared ground level into good ground. Problems have occurred with shallow foundations in many parts of Auckland City.
Why are affordable kitset homes NZ so popular?
Affordable kitset homes NZ have greatly increased as more and more people realise their benefits over traditional homes. Kitset homes NZ are popular as holiday homes, additional accommodation, office, or studio space in the backyard, and as a downsized options for retirees.
Where are your solid timber kit houses made?
During the 50 years that we have been making Solid Timber kit houses we have exported them to many Pacific Islands, including Fiji, Samoa and Niue. As well as farther afield to Japan and throughout Asia.
Why build a kitset home?
If you love getting stuck in and rolling up your sleeves, then a kitset home is the perfect choice for your next build. At Kit Homes we have designed a beautiful range of cost effective kitset homes. We supply the design, specification and materials, and you take care of the project management and build.
What are the walls of a solid timber kit home made of?
The walls of our Solid Timber kit homes are constructed of planks of laminated kiln-dried pine which interlock. This means they work in a similar way to that other famous Danish product, Lego!