FAQ – iBuild Modular Homes

The iBuild Butterfly, InstantSlide, and Expansion modular homes have been designed to cope with the most extreme conditions worldwide. They are manufactured to comply with, and in many cases exceed, Australian building code standards.

Both internal and external wall for Butterfly and InstantSlide modular homes are built using 3 mm thick aluminium composite panel on top of 8 mm thick calcium silicate board with 25 – 75 mm thick rock wool insulation in between, providing extra strength, thermal and acoustic insulation enhancement, great waterproof and fireproof performance, and excellent finish and appearance.

Stylish pressed aluminium panels were used for ceiling throughout the building. 1.5mm galvanised steel roofing sheet (for side roof) and 3mm asphalt felt combined with 4 mm glass fibre sheet were installed on top of 50 mm thick rockwool insulation material.

Centre Roof Structure

Wing Roof Structure
Standard floor covering material is 15 mm marine grade bamboo flooring boards for all dry area and 3 mm vinyl floorings for wet area.

All iBuild modular buildings are covered by 7 years structure warranty and a 12 months warranty for parts.

Standard delivery time for iBuild modular building products is around 8~12 weeks from the date of order. As demand for iBuild homes has been high, please contact a iBuild customer advisor for current estimated delivery timeframe.

We deliver Australia wide. In fact, our products are available for worldwide delivery. We will work with our partner logistics company to arrange the most cost effective way of delivery to your site. Quite often, your ordered product will be first shipped to your nearest major port (Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Fremantle) or a regional port (Darwin, Townsville, Hobart). Then your ordered product will be freighted to your site via rail or truck.

Depending on weather, and site conditions, our Butterfly modular homes can be assembled in a day and the iBuild InstantSlide and Expansion modular homes can be assembled in minutes.

No. Our modular building structure is designed to be used as permanent building while it does have the flexibility to be relocated.

The iBuild modular building is designed in such a way that they can be ‘folded away’, or ‘slided in’ to be transported and re-opened as many moves as required.

Customers are ultimately responsible for securing local council approvals and providing foundations and connection to services for your iBuild modular home. Your private consultant can provide these additional services to assist you in establishing your iBuild home on your chosen site.

You can use slab, stump, or pile footing system. Most iBuild modular homes are designed to be supported by 20 standard piles, Mega Anchors pilings or screw pilings (which can be supplied by iBuild). Your specific foundation design can be engineered to allow your iBuild modular home to be assembled on the most challenging of building sites.

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