What We Make

We make mobile homes in NZ

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Interior Photographs

Exterior Photographs

This is one of our early 2018 models. Since then we shifted from treated timber to steel frame (lighter, stronger, recyclable) and have upgraded our lining and cladding

This is the first unit we made in our new factory in Silverdale in 2019. Very durable wall lining and a painted timber cladding. The window in the middle is above the kitchen benchtop

This is a commercial unit recently made

This is an urban installation that required a hire crane to set in place. This is the back side of the unit with a very durable vinyl cladding that is easy to clean.

This is a 2018 unit made for a car racing team as their field unit. The cedar cladding adds cost and requires oiling. We also now recommend redwood that silvers naturally without oil.

This is a 2020 unit being made in the factory. As can be seen it is a standard cavity wall construction that meets NZ Building Code. The lining is yet to be painted

The same unit with the cladding installed – also showing the chassis of the next unit to be made. Note the very strong universal beams (I-beam), stronger than RHS chassis.

And the same unit delivered with the happy customers standing in front. Next they will have a deck built and put plants around to make it feel like home.

This is one of the first units we ever made – a luxury rental unit overlooking the sea

Being lifted by crane, this is a Covid19 medical testing unit made during Level Four lockdown and transported to a hospital carpark. Several variations were made.

Floor Plans

L90 – this one with the centre kitchen/bath. Others designs as well

E80

E72

E60

E48

This is a way to combine units to get more room. In this one, we have a wet pod/dry pod design. The decks are designed so they do not render the units immovable. Options include fold out wind walls and hinged rain cover over the decks. In this particular design, it has been done according the Māori principles of architecture that separate noa and tapu.