Prefab modular home firm enters Scottish market with new appointment



Prefabricated modular home designer nHouse is coming to Scotland following the appointment of Scottish property expert Graham Scott.

Based in Stirling, Graham will be helping self-builders, developers and local authorities to turn their nHouse projects into reality.

Designed by Richard Hywel Evans, the nHouse range starts with a two-bedroom bungalow and covers every type of house, flat and bungalow up to a six bedroom, three-storey house. Once in situ, each nHouse takes less than a week to finish and be ready to move into.

With full accreditation supporting a wide range of mortgages for self-builders, each nHouse is available with a 12 year warranty and a 60 year structural guarantee. The houses are designed to stand for at least 300 years.

Externally, solar panels help generate electricity to power an electric car whilst internally a house management system, robotic vacuum cleaning system and even a landing pad for future drone deliveries are all available.

The first show home has been sited close to the design and manufacturing operation, near Peterborough in Cambridgeshire.

Graham Scott said: “Modular homes are no longer perceived as a ‘lifestyle’ choice. They are simply a better option for living.

“Having explored the marketplace, designed and built my own homes in the past, I can speak from experience when I say that modular homes are easier to build, less expensive to run and of a much better quality than the majority of traditional new build homes.

“Working with nHouse is a fantastic opportunity. nHouse is the best modular housing design that I have ever seen and I am really pleased to be involved in helping to develop the future of residential housing in Scotland.”

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