Comfortable Living launches online modular homes design tool

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Modular housing specialist Comfortable Living has launched its online customisation tool, ‘Home Builder’ to help tackle the UK’s housing crisis by providing modular homes

The online ‘build tool’ is said to give customers and home buyers the freedom to tailor their next property or their current home to suit their personal style.

The Home Builder tool allows buyers to customise their home with a wealth of options from the number of bedrooms, exterior window, render and brick style and interior carpets, worktops and doors.

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They can even include kitchen appliances and bathroom suites so that their home is designed, delivered and built with everything in place and ready to go.

Founder and CEO of Comfortable Living, Saadat Khan, commented:

“Comfortable Living was established to help those who are most in need and to address the severe lack of affordable housing not only available but being delivered due to Government failure and the greed of the national house builders.”

“We aren’t interested in maximising profits, we’re passionate about helping those onto the ladder who may otherwise be unable to afford it, and by dramatically reducing the cost of property construction, we’re able to pass the saving onto UK home buyers.

“Of course, we understand there may be some stigma around modular housing and an image of cramped, caravan like structures. That’s why we felt it was important to build a real show home and launch Home Builder.

“It enables us to not only showcase the quality, size and beauty of our modular housing, but allows our buyers to personalise one of our modular houses to their own style and needs in order to make it their home.”

Founded in 2006, Comfortable Living provides affordable modular housing to those struggling to get onto the property ladder. This is achieved through modern methods of construction which are said to be 20% cheaper than more traditional means.

The modular homes on offer do not require Help to Buy, reportedly saving the nation’s first time buyers a whopping £1.3 billion.

Home range from two to four bed options and meet the UK’s high standards set for housing.


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