We've put together some of our most commonly asked questions so you can find the answers quickly and easily. If you don't see the answer to your question here please contact us and our team will be more than happy to help.
Yes, we have a superb site located at 40 Ocean View Parade, New Plymouth. Feel free to come visit and walk through our amazing factory at the same time.
You will require two consents. A building consent and a relocate consent, Manor Build will lodge and obtain these consents for you, making the whole process as painless as possible.
Absolutely, due to our unique construction none of our internal walls are load-bearing. This means we can easily customize our layout to suit each customer’s individual requirements. Find out more here.
Yes, no problem at all. Once your design/layout is known we sit down and go through all of these requirements and choose the appropriate product to suit.
Our preferred option is to use Weathertex Cladding, which has options for both horizontal or vertical weatherboards, a large number of profiles and has the added benefit of having a substantial 25-year guarantee.
We deliver to a wide range of destinations, primarily in the mid and lower North Island, please contact us so we can confirm access to the site for you.
It does depend on the contour of the land, but normally a Manor Build home only requires a vegetation-free area.
Yes, you can get finance. We are more than happy to assist and guide you through this process. We partner with a number of reputable lending experts to help our customers obtain finance for our transportable homes.
No this is not an option; we sell and supply fully complete homes only.
No, we only produce them in our state-of-the-art manufacturing plant, which is not restricted by any weather conditions.
The price is for the complete house (ex yard), inclusive of all painting, carpets, kitchens, vinyl, bathrooms etc. The price excludes decks & verandas, freight & foundations, as well as council costs for consents. We can provide accurate estimations of these costs at the time of quoting.
The entire build process takes around 14-16 weeks. This allows for 6 weeks of waiting on consents and drawings, 2 weeks of waiting on a space on our busy construction floor, and then 8 weeks of construction. These time frames are subject to the council lead times for consents, this is something that is outside of our control.