There's a growing interest in minimalist and zero-waste living. People are embracing this in small ways and big ways, like in& building a home. This is where kitset houses come in.
What’s a Kitset House?
A kitset house is made up of several pre-assembled building parts that are put together to construct a full, entire dwelling space, explains Durapanel. Most kitsets come in different package options where you can choose to build different home layouts, from a studio setup to 1-, 2-, or even 3-bedroom layouts.
Is It Customisable?
Absolutely. Kits can be customised in many ways and come in different materials, colours
and sizes, so it’s easy to find building parts to fit your building requirements. It’s the same as designing a home from scratch, except that you’re building with ready-made parts that you can put together easily. You can choose from the different styles that are readily available, but you can customise it to suit your taste and meet your needs.
What are Its Benefits?
Kitsets use materials efficiently and produce less waste to build. As the kits are assembled in a factory, they cause fewer building disturbances that typically occur in the traditional way of building and construction. These building parts are also environmentally friendly and create an energy-efficient home, as even the standard kits come with proper insulation.
You can also include a greywater system in the construction of your future-ready kit home, depending on your area. And if you would like to it a step further, you can even have solar panels installed, just as it’s done in a traditionally built home.
As you can see, kitset houses are as good as custom-built homes but leave less carbon footprint and construction waste in the process of building it. If your goal is to build a next-level environmentally friendly home, then building with a kitset is the perfect option for you.