Frequently Asked Questions
Where do you build?
We build on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, including the Gympie region. Areas serviced include Maleny, Palmview, Diddillibah, Rosemount, Buderim, Flaxton, Montville, Coolum, Noosa, Ninderry, Caloundra, Peachester and more.
How much does it cost to build a pole home?
Our pricing is very affordable. The build cost will depend on the slope of the block and size of the home. We are very competitive in price (and often cheaper in the end) with other builds due to minimising large site cuts which eliminate the need for expensive retaining walls. Contact us today, we can meet you onsite to discuss possibilities.
How long does it take to build?
Depending on the size of home, we usually allow 8 months, although it generally only takes about 6 months to create your custom designed pole home.
Why choose a pole home?
Because they are fantastic homes to live in! Our pole homes are sustainable and perfectly suited to Queensland lifestyle. Our pricing is very affordable and competitive. It is all inclusive, ready to move in, so you won't get any nasty surprises at the end. We will design a home to your budget and to best utilise your block of land. All our homes are designed to sit within the natural land contours . This helps to alleviate many potential water problems sometimes associated with large cut and fill designs. Our homes are designed to compliment the natural landscape.
Do you build on acreage?
Yes absolutely! In fact our pole homes are perfectly suited to acreage resort style living.
Why do you specialise in timber pole homes?
They are best suited to Queensland living! We use timber builders poles as they are a natural resource and sustainable for the environment. We also prefer the timber poles as they are aesthetically pleasing compared to metal posts.
What are the benefits of building a pole home?
They are best suited to our Queensland climate! We can eliminate the expensive costs of site cuts and large retaining walls. We like to leave the lay of the land in its most natural state where possible, coming up with a design that maximises views, cross ventilation and contemporary living.