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Rebuild Your Home After a Bushfire Faster with Swanbuild

Posted by Swanbuild on 23, April, 2020

Between the bushfire devastation earlier in the year and the current COVID-19 pandemic, it has been a challenging time for everyone over the past three months. Swanbuild wants to support people who have been affected. As a family-owned modular construction business we have an emphasis on family values and personalised service. We guarantee fast builds without scrimping on quality. We offer options to customise your home and build to Bushfire Attack Level regulations. Here’s why you should choose Swanbuild Homes for your regional rebuild.

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Topics: Home Design, Tips

Keep Family Closer With Secondary Dwellings

Posted by Swanbuild on 23, April, 2020

As our parents age, there is always the concern of where they will live out their later years. Whilst retirement homes are a possibility, the cost may be a mitigating factor. There also may not be one within a reasonable distance of your residence. Modular homes are an excellent alternative to keeping your loved ones nearby.

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Topics: Home Design, Lifestyle, Tips

5 Big Features to Optimise Small Living

Posted by Swanbuild on 16, April, 2020

No matter how small your space to build, Swanbuild Homes can help you out. Our space saving designs mean you can capitalise on small living and still indulge in the big features you can’t live without. If you utilise more than one of these features, your home can have all the feels of large home living, with a fraction of the cleaning and maintenance.

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Topics: Home Design, Lifestyle, Tips

We Can Build Your Home Anywhere

Posted by Swanbuild on 16, April, 2020

Whether you live in the country, city, suburbia or beachside, Swanbuild has a home that suits your individual landscape. Here are four situations which you may not have known Swanbuild can cater for.

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Topics: Home Design, Tips

Here’s How To Ace Indoor/Outdoor Living

Posted by Swanbuild on 11, March, 2020

In this age of smaller blocks and busy lives, we want to make even better use of our space and time in the outdoors. That is why blurring the lines between inside and outside has become so popular. There are a variety of techniques you can employ when building your home to create more space, light and the illusion of nature being right on your back doorstep.

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Topics: Insider, Home Design, Tips

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