9 Business Street
Yatala, Qld 4207
Volo modular builds are built to building regulatory codes, however at the core of each VOLO home module is a structural steel frame providing superior levels of strength and durability and represents incomparable resistance.
Having a steel frame means that they can better withstand stresses of transport to the site and not only to high winds and seismic activity, but also moisture, fire, corrosion, storm, termites and borers. What’s more, steel doesn’t rot, warp or crack.
We require your initial deposit once the design requirements have been decided on and the site has been assessed.
During construction in Volo’s Factory you'll be able to access your Volo App with progress reports and photos.
You'll be required to pay the balance once the Volo Modular is delivered to site and you're ready to move in.
Modular homes are fast to build – from the time construction starts in the factory until you move in usually takes around 12-16 weeks. This timeframe includes the factory building phase (8-10 weeks in the factory) and the on-site fit-off phase (4-6 weeks on your land).
Yes. More than half of our clients require finance when building their new home. There can however be some challenges to obtaining finance for modular homes. Lenders can find it hard to progress payments while the home is being built off site, and may not want to release funds until the house is completed. This often comes down to a lack of understanding of modular homes, and can be overcome. Our team have helped hundreds of customers in a similar situation and are happy to share our knowledge, chat to your lender or recommend a broker who has experience with financing modular homes.
Volo homes are supplied complete with all internal fixtures and fittings, wall lining, ceiling, windows, doors, etc. already installed. Typically, kit homes are supplied flat packed for the purchaser to fully assemble on site.
As long as you are allowed to build on your property you can build with Volo Modular homes. Please contact your local council for applicable restrictions, land area you can cover, number of dwellings you can install etc.