How it works
We provide 4 separate services based on the needs and experience of the individuals:
Stage 1: Design choices, options and planning application.
Stage 2: Building Warrants and technical approvals.
Stage 3: Supply of timber kit package only.
Stage 4: Complete build carried out by a preferred contractor to an agreed cost.
All the above stages are carried out for a fixed fee agreed prior to starting the project, giving the client upfront costs to allow them to budget accurately.
The stages can be broken down to include the following services:
- Assess house plot for suitability for building. Clients to provide their own house plot, with or without planning approval.
- Discuss needs and choose suitable house from standard types.
- Agree appointment and move forward. Visit site and carry out digital level survey.
- Make basic interior layout changes to house type as required by client.
- Decide exterior finish from suggested options.
- Make formal planning application on Clients behalf.
- Preparation of detailed building warrant drawings
- Structural engineering of timber kit.
- Structural engineering of non-timber elements such as foundations and lintols.
- SER certificate to accompany building warrant application included.
- SAP calculations and Section 6 Design Certificate to accompany warrant application.
- Supply of timber kit structural package including roof trusses, windows and doors. See standard kit specification.
- Supply of roughing components including plasterboard and insulation.
- Supply of finishing components including internal doors, shelving and ironmongery.
Stage 4 (Please contact us for further details)
- Complete Main Contractor build package by one of our network of preferred builders.
Build package to include standard foundations, drainage, erection of kit, internal & external finishes and kitchens & bathrooms, even decoration. A complete build package for an agreed fixed cost. Buyers have the choice to upgrade from a wide selection of options.
Please refer to our 'what's included' page for further guidance of inclusions and exclusions