Re: Kit home addition?2
Jun 23, 2018 11:12 am
Hi Hedgewitch Welcome to the forum
So What are you considering doings?..sketches do help
Prefabricated components do have advantages,
eg .Speed of erection, material costs,etc
Skilled Labour is expensive although, be it on site or in a fabrication factory
Try breaking down the components instead of using a full kit.hth
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Re: Kit home addition?3
Jun 23, 2018 4:24 pm
No specific details at the moment as it was just an idea. I was thinking treated wood framework and weatherboard /corrigated iron consisting of about 6 rooms. One house I'm looking at adding to is an old bluestone cottage...or half of one. We haven't bought a house or land yet but I'm trying to expand our options. My son-in-law is a builder and would at least be able to oversee the work. I was just wondering if anyone else has used this option in the past. And thanks for the welcome.
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It’s a good sign if Metricon are confident enough to show your house to others. The workmanship on my house was so poor they never would have done this!