Step 1: Select Floor Plan and Roof Style
Browse through our selection of house models and find the floor plan that best suits your lifestyle and requirements. The quickest and most cost-effective option is to choose one of our standard floor plans. Our in-house architectural team can of course modify plans to suit and can also create custom, bespoke plans, but additional design fees may apply.
Once the floor plan has been chosen, the next step is to select the roof style you prefer, either Box, Barn or Tilt.
Note: It’s advised that you talk to a Planner at your local Council, if you haven’t already done so, to check that moving a transportable house is permitted on your section, and any other specific requirements relating to your site.
Step 4: Geotech Report
We recommended you engage a local engineer to provide a Geotech, storm water and waste water (septic) report on the site. These reports will be required for the onsite consent for your local Council. At this stage of the process we can provide an estimate for the onsite consent work, if required.
Note: All Elevate homes come with a building consent for the house itself, but an onsite building consent is also required from the local Council in the region the house will be moved to. This consent is to show compliance with local town planning/ building rules i.e. boundary setbacks, foundations, service connections etc. We generally manage the full consent process to ensure continuity of the project but if you prefer you can arrange for a local architectural firm to complete the onsite consent part of the process.