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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,”


Shows the comfortable interior of a MAAP prefabricated women's refuge unit

MAAP House: A Socially Responsible Builder


A MAAP House is built from panels made in a factory; it is a sustainable, affordable, modern option for construction. But the MAAP House system has also been benefiting community groups and housing for special needs. MAAP House has had the privilege of building a Women’s Shelter and the opportunity to work with non-profit charities. The Women’s Shelter project provides alternative accommodation for women who have been suffering from domestic violence or are unsafe at home for other reasons.


Sustainable MAAP modular prefabricated home seen through a low carbon footprint in the sand

Sustainable Design & Living With A MAAP House


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?


Rubbish skip bin shown, MAAP hybrid modular building minimises construction waste

Minimum Waste, Minimum Labour: Advantages Of The MAAP System


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.


Tough, lightweight MAAP Panels are stcaked on a truck ready for delivery to site

Better Modular Transport with MAAP House


Factory or modular building eases the time and labour needed when it arrives on site, but with oversized loads, the cost to get it there can be enormous. MAAP House streamlines the transport process by providing complete rooms only where necessary, and delivering the rest of the house in panels. if you have purchased a non-MAAP modular home, you are essentially paying for the transport of walls, floor, a roof and a lot of air.


The MAAP panelised modular system allows fast extensions or removal of panels

Easily Upsize Or Downsize Your MAAP House


What if you didn't have to move house or renovate to upsize or downsize? What if you could continue living at home while the major home addition was built? What if you could reuse walls from your old home in your new home? When you build a MAAP house, this does not have to be a static house. Each of the wall panels used in a MAAP build are removable and reusable, and for a renovation you can simply order more panels from our factory and have them installed in a matter of days.


A comfortable home built using the MAAP panelised system with beautiful interior design features

Personalise Your MAAP House


Although MAAP House is a modular prefabricated house, built in a factory with standardised floor, wall and roof panels; this does not mean that your home can not be unique. First, each design layout or floor plan can be easily modified to suit your individual preferences for no extra design cost. Walls can be added or removed, each of our solid panels can be relocated or can be swapped for panels with windows or doors. 


Aerial view over a town shows land available for building with the MAAP hybrid modular system

Purchasing Land For A MAAP House


Buying land and building a house as a first time buyer or as an investment property can be satisfying as well as frustrating. There are many steps to take and decisions to make along the way. A MAAP House can provide you with a sustainable and modern home, but before you build with us or any builder, you will need to own your land. When finding the right property for your build; price, preference, family or work situations may be driving forces for your choice.


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