National media coverage on iBuild Building Solution’s innovative Transpack granny flats by 5 capital cities newspapers including The Age, WA Today, Sydney Morning Herald, Canberra Times, and Brisbane Times. The news story entitled “Build A Granny Flat For Less Than $10K” has also been listed as one of the top Domain articles of the week. Check out the news story below.
iBuild Building Solutions’ InstantSlide transportable homes have been featured in Property Observer, entitled “How to build a home in 30 seconds?” Property Observer prides itself as a source of independent news and information for property investors and astute buyers to make informed property investment decisions. Click to view details.
iBuild Building Solutions’ InstantSlide relocatable homes have been featured in Jetson Green, a weblog with a mission to enhance homes (and the lives of people in them) with beautiful design, smart construction, resource conservation, energy efficiency, water savings, healthy air, green technology, and renewable energy. Click to view details.
Channel 9 Interviews iBuild and Industry Experts
Channel 9 News has run a national news story about iBuild's TransPack granny flat products.
As Channel 9's Laura Spurway reported: "A Melbourne business is offering a portable $10,000 home delivered to your door. The budget granny flat takes just hours to build."
iBuild Co-founder and Director, Jackson Yin told Channel 9 News: "they are very flexible just like mixing Legos together."
iBuild is branching out to the public. "That's something we can do to help our residents and community to have more affordable housing."
Ann Trounson snaps one up so that her daughter Kelly can have her own space. She said: "Gee, I can see lots of these selling well. Her daughter is overjoyed: "Free to do what I like whatever time of the night. So yeah, it's great."
"The starting price gets you a 15 square meter TransPack flat with all windows and doors plus delivery. From there, you can spend more and upgrade size, facilities, and even install car ports and decking. "
Industry expert commented: "It gives that option of still staying where you are, expanding your footprint, not needing to shift to a new house."
Industry Taps into News has published a news article about our innovative prefab homes.
Australian company JAYZ Building Solutions creates easily constructed, transportable prefab housing designed to be erected in just a couple of minutes. They have been designed to house workers in remote locations and are mostly suitable for temporary projects or rotation work where employees need on-site accommodations.
The InstantSlide Prefab Houses come in different shapes and sizes but generally hold two to four people, some of the bigger constructions can hold more and are either 20 or 40 foot in size. They are held with a steel structure, which the company says is rather durable and can apparently withstand D2-grade cyclones.
Some of the company’s smaller prefab houses can be assembled automatically with a remote control. All the houses are configured with TV, phone, internet, air conditioning and a hot water unit.
Dnevnik, one of the largest daily newspaper in Macedonia, has published a news article about our innovative modular houses, entitled “Да построиш къща за 30 секунди” (translated from Macedonian into English: “To build a house in 30 seconds”).