MAAP House

Bulahdelah NSW 2423, Australia

Property Types

  • 100% Modular

Property Status

  • 100% Buy

About MAAP House

MAAP House Process
Our Formula for Your Dream

1
Design
Choose from our Architectural Plans or work with us to customise your design to suit your own situation. All our plans are designed to work with the MAAP Panel system.

2
Manufacturing
MAAP Panels for floors and walls are produced to highest quality standards in our manufacturing facility. Bathrooms and kitchens are produced as whole units for quick on-site installation. Site preparation can begin while parts are being produced in the factory.

3
Assembly
On site assembly is similar to building Lego or a piece of flat-pack furniture. Bathrooms and kitchens are installed as whole rooms. Floor panels are installed followed by wall panels. The roof is last to be fitted.

4
Finishes
All joins are sealed, floor coverings are installed, electrics and plumbing are connected, final fit off is completed.

5
Move in
You receive your keys, and enjoy your brand new home.

MAAP uses the best technology for Your Home.

MODULAR BUILDING – means a building that is built in parts or modules in a factory which are then be assembled on site to form a whole building. Modular building can offer cheaper parts, higher quality and faster construction times as it takes advantage of manufacturing technology.

VOLUMETRIC – In construction this means that the modular parts of a building are volumes or fully built rooms and spaces. This type of modular building offers quick on-site assembly, but is often excessively expensive to transport as the modules are usually oversized and are essentially filled with air, requiring more truck loads, crane lifting and road limits.

PANELISED – In construction this means that the modular building is assembled from panels usually wall, floor & roof panels. This type of modular building works more like flat pack construction where panels are assembled on site to create the whole building. In transit, panels can be stacked together which makes them significantly cheaper to transport. Although cheaper to move, this type of modular building often requires much longer on-site time to finish wet-areas and complete kitchen, bathroom and laundry installations.

HYBRID (MAAP House) – The MAAP system is a hybrid of panelised and volumetric construction. MAAP Houses are primarily an integrated panelised system because of the manufacturing, transport and quality benefits. MAAP also incorporates volumetric construction in kitchens, bathrooms and laundries which saves time plumbing and installing on site and is more efficient and cost effective overall. All other building parts are assembled from MAAP factory produced panels. The MAAP system incorporates the perfect balance for the best Speed, Quality and Cost for your home. Learn More

INTEGRATED PANELS – Most panelised modular buildings use solid panels which do not allow for services, leaving unsightly wires and pipes exposed either inside or outside the building. MAAP panels are fully integrated to include services both for the initial build and for later renovation. MAAP panels also come with optional doors and windows already installed saving more on-site time. Check out Incredible MAAP Panels

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