Using our incredible, tough and versatile MAAP Panels as building blocks we can customise a house design to suit your life and block. Then after we're done building the panels in the factory, we can put it together on your site in a matter of weeks. Seriously!
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Wall and floor panels can be installed by just a few people, with no need for a crane. “It’s like building with Lego. We use a lot of standard-sized pieces to make any sized house,” explains Daniel. The granny flat took two months to prepare in the factory, and on-site work was completed in three weeks. The use of standardised, repeated processes kept costs down and minimised waste of construction materials.
“Granny flats are a great way of getting extra room for family and friends or for rental income. The MAAP House system was a perfect fit for us – I don’t think we could have found anything that would have suited our block better, and for an affordable price,”
How much energy do I use in my regular activities and in heating or cooling my home and water to stay comfortable daily, weekly or even yearly? Where does that energy come from? What negative effect does my energy consumption have on the environment and on the earth’s limited natural resources? These questions are the basis of sustainable design and sustainable living. The next step is to take action and ask; what can I do or change to reduce the impact of my activities and my comfort on the environment?
As an Australia first, MAAP House has chosen to take full advantage of both modular volumes and panels and uses a ‘hybrid’ of both technologies.
When materials are used on-site, there is typically a large amount of wastage and damage by careless individuals, whereas in a controlled factory environment excess material is used on succeeding projects and damage is avoided by controlled processes.