Demountable homes have become a popular housing option for those looking for a cost-effective and flexible alternative to traditional brick-and-mortar homes. With the ability to be transported and reassembled on different properties, demountable homes offer a unique solution for those who are looking for a home that can adapt to their changing lifestyle needs.
Define a ‘Demountable’ home
Demountable homes are typically made up of sections or modules that are constructed in a factory and transported to the building site where they are assembled and connected to create the complete structure.
Demountable Home Pros
Speed of construction: Because the sections of the home are constructed in a factory, many of the steps involved in building a traditional home, such as site preparation and weather-related delays, are eliminated. This makes them an attractive option for those who need a new home quickly.
Affordability: With a lower cost than traditional homes, demountable homes are a great option for those who are looking to save money on their housing expenses. Additionally, demountable homes are often built with high-quality materials and are designed to withstand the elements, making them a durable option that can last for many years.
Customisable: Demountable homes are offered in a wide range of floor plans, materials and finishes to choose from, allowing you to create a home that is tailored to your individual needs and tastes.
Versatility: Because they can be transported and reassembled on different properties, demountable homes can easily adapt to changing lifestyle needs. For example, if you are looking to downsize or move to a different location, you can simply disassemble your relocatable home and transport it.
Extra income: If you have a spare patch of land and zoning allows for a demountable home, it can be rented out to generate an extra source of income.
Housing solution: For those with family members or elderly parents needing more support, housing them in a demountable home on your property provides a solution that allows them to retain independence while staying in close proximity to your care.
Demountable home cons
Zoning restrictions: Depending on where you plan to place your relocatable home, you may face zoning restrictions that limit your options.
Limited space: Some types of demountable homes, such as granny flats, may have limited space and may not be suitable for families or those who need more room. Additionally, relocatable homes may have limited storage space, which can be a problem for those who have a lot of belongings.
Interested in a Demountable Home?
If you’re ready to explore the many benefits of demountable homes and find out how one could be the right choice for you, our team of experts at Demountable Sales and Hire is standing by to answer your questions.
Get in touch with us today via our contact form or give us a call on (08) 8947 4220 to schedule a consultation. With our wide range of floor plans, materials, and customisation options, we’ll help you find a demountable home that fits your style and your budget.