Our process in six easy-to-follow stages
Working out what you are required to do when buying a transportable home can be quite confusing… but don’t worry, we’ve simplified the process for you!
CHOOSING YOUR HOME
SIGNING UP WITH US
Now that you have chosen your perfect home, we can start to prepare your plans!
Make your first payment, a 7.5% deposit, so we can lock in your choice of floor coverings, paint colours and appliances. Now we are ready to get down to business and apply for a building consent (we call it a Yard Building Consent) to build your new home.
At this time, you can start working on your site preparation.
PREPARING YOUR SITE
We may undertake a site visit (or may have already done this) to discuss any earthworks or tree removal that is needed to bring in your new home. Now is the time to get this all done.
We will give you a copy of your new home plans to take to your preferred draughtsman so he can arrange your Local Building Consent (to place your new home on your site). If you don’t have a preferred draughtsman, we can put you in touch with one.
Now sit back and relax and we will take care of the rest.
BUILDING YOUR HOME
Now that our Yard Building Consent is approved, we can begin construction.
Your second payment, being 45%, is due before we begin hammering.
We will have milestone days where we will invite you to the yard to see the progress of your new home.
Once construction is complete your next payment, being 45%, is due.
DELIVERING YOUR NEW HOME
Transport to your North Island New Zealand site is FREE and we take care of this process for you. Once your site preparation is complete, we are ready to come in and install your foundations and deliver your new home.
The final payment of 2.5% is due once your new home is secured on its foundations.
THE FINISHING TOUCHES
Exeter Homes’ work is now done, but there are a few things that you will need to do to finalise your new home project.
A local builder can help you erect baseboards and any decking or entranceway steps you desire. You will want to chose and hang curtains or blinds and add in your choice of heating. You will find more information about this on our Technical Information page.
The final step in the process is connecting your new home up to services.
Your building consent will show exactly how your local council want your services connected to your new home so just hand your consented plans to a drainlayer and he will dig the required trenches and install your stormwater and sewer lines.
A plumber and electrician will be able to install their services in these same trenches and connect these to your new home. Don’t forget to have your electrician install some ducting for fibre at the same time!
NOW YOU CAN ENJOY YOUR NEW HOME!