Transportable homes dubbed a smart solution

Transporting smaller dwellings is a smart way to use your land, says ADH.

In New Zealand's evolving housing landscape, Advantage Designer Homes is a trailblazer with its transportable homes, offering innovative solutions for subdividing and adding minor dwellings.

This approach is gaining traction among Kiwis looking for flexible, efficient housing options.

Subdividing property to include a minor dwelling is a smart way to utilise land effectively, whether for generating additional income, housing extended family, or creating a separate workspace, says an ADH spokesperson.

“ADH’s transportable homes are an ideal match for such projects. They combine practicality with modern design, ensuring each home not only meets diverse needs but also enhances the overall property value.

“ADH’s homes range from compact one-bedroom layouts to larger, more spacious designs, all characterised by their stylish aesthetics and high-quality construction. These homes integrate seamlessly into both urban and rural settings, complementing existing structures and the natural environment.

“What sets ADH apart is their commitment to a streamlined process. The ADH team expertly handles everything from securing necessary consents to the final setup, making the journey towards adding a minor dwelling as stress-free as possible. This is particularly advantageous for those navigating the subdivision process for the first time.

“Moreover, ADH places a strong emphasis on sustainability. Their transportable homes are constructed with eco-friendly materials and designed for energy efficiency, aligning with the growing demand for environmentally responsible housing solutions.

“For property owners in New Zealand, ADH's transportable homes for minor dwellings represent a smart, stylish, and sustainable investment, perfectly aligning with the Kiwi lifestyle and values.”


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