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Should you have any questions, don’t hesitate to call our friendly staff for more info.
On attending your first appointment, you will meet with our team to discuss your design requirements. Our modular homes checklist will help you get ready for the exciting design stage. You may choose a home design based on our range or adapt and change a house plan to suit your family and lifestyle needs. There may be many design revisions before you are fully pleased with the layout but once you have decided on a design we will send you a detailed quote estimate. If required, one of our team will visit your site to evaluate the proposed orientation, site access, location of site-connections and any other requirements.
Once you are happy with the proposed design, before you sign a contract we will arrange working drawings, a soil report as part of the site engineering, bushfire attack level (if applicable) and energy ratings. This will assist with the planning stage
Once the pre-contract stage is complete, any approvals or permits required for your new modular home will be completed by our planning administration team. During this approvals process, it will be time to pay a visit to our
Once the building permits have been received, we will begin the construction of your Modular Home to 95% completion. This phase will take about 25 weeks and is carried out at our facility in Northam. During this time your consultant will be in touch with you regularly with progress reports and photos. You will be most welcome to come and visit us at any time to see how your home is coming along.
Based on your location Evoke Living Homes can complete these works for you, alternatively, TheEvoke Living Team will guide you through the works that need to be completed to ensure your site is ready for the delivery of your new home.
Your house will be delivered
While Evoke Living Homes endeavours to meet 15 week build times, due to the current high demand for home building in Western Australia, potential material shortages may increase build times.
Want to know the difference between a modular build and a standard build? Unsure of the benefits of choosing a Modular Home? Ask us your questions!