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13 Things to Consider Before Buying Land

13 Things to Consider Before Buying Land | Kitome

Owning your own block of land is the great Australian dream, but finding the perfect spot comes with many considerations. We’ve partnered with several real estate agents to give you the best advice when buying a block of land.

5 Amazing Benefits to Building a Verandah

5 Amazing Benefits to Building a Verandah | Kitome

Verandahs not only add a finishing touch to many homes, but they also add living space, protect your family and your home from the elements, and they can even save you money in the long run. Find out why the good old verandah is an important part of any home.

Building or Buying: Why Kit Homes are a Smart Investment

Building or Buying: Why Kit Homes are a Smart Investment | Kitome

When deciding between building or buying a home, there is a lot to consider. At the end of the day, this is a highly individualised decision that will be based on a number of different factors. To make the decision making process easier, it’s important to be informed.

Guide to hiring a builder for your kit home build

Guide to hiring a builder for your kit home build | Kitome

Deciding to build a kit home helps everyday people get one step closer to living in their ideal dream. Cost effective and customisable, among other things, Kitome is paving the way for future home builders both in Australia and abroad.

Steel Frame vs Timber Frame – Which Should You Go With?

Steel Frame vs Timber Frame – Which Should You Go With? | Kitome

Having made the decision to build your dream house, you would have realised by now that there are a lot of decisions to make along the way. Therefore, somewhere along the line you will need to make a choice between steel or timber frames.

What to Consider When Building in Bushfire Prone Areas

What to Consider When Building in Bushfire Prone Areas | Kitome

Australia has always faced the devastating impact of bushfires. Now, thanks to the effects of climate change, the loss of lives and property has been significant. This has prompted reviews of already stringent codes around building in bushfire prone zones.