Two Storey Homes
Great Living Homes specialise in two storey homes in Perth because we have unique construction methods for these builds. There is no shortage of two storey homes builders in Perth, so how do you choose which builder to build your home? Many factors affect the choices people make including design, price, location of the build, the quality of the materials used and so on.
Why should you choose Great Living Homes to build your new two storey home? Firstly, we pride ourselves on our customer service, we treat you as though you are a member of our family and we want you to be happy with every stage of your home build. Our aim is to build your dream home and to be able to do that means we need to be very flexible in the products we provide and offer, something you rarely get with the bigger builders. We encourage clients to make any changes they need to our standard designs in order to personalise their home and make it as unique as they are! We also offer a custom design service to create the perfect 2 storey house designs for your family’s requirements.
What makes Great Living Homes completely different to other 2 storey home builders in Perth is our unique construction method. We build the top level on the ground first and then we raise it up with our own special equipment and finish building underneath. We are the only builder in Australia using this method and the benefits of this method of construction include a safer, more accessible work site, no working from heights for the tradespeople, this method shaves weeks off the standard build time and because we don’t need to use scaffolding, cranes or other heavy equipment we can price our 2 storey house designs at a more affordable cost for our clients.
We proudly use a number of resilient materials to build our homes including cyclone strength steel framing for the upper floor and Cladtex cladding for the exterior which is a fire-resistant product and provides a better thermal rating than double-brick. We want the homes we build to last for lifetimes to come and this means encouraging the use of sustainable and resilient building products.