The completeness of Paal’s home kit is a big advantage when building in the country.
Ted and Mitty Davies of Narromine attended a number of Paal Open Houses as well as inspecting show homes at the display centre at Emu Plains before deciding to build their own Paal home.
What clinched their decision was that Paal provided a complete kit containing everything, which was a major advantage in view of their country location west of Dubbo.
“Kits from other suppliers had parts missing that had to be obtained from other sources,” said Ted, a retired farmer.
The couple liked the Castlereagh, one of Paal’s largest homes, because of the fact that it has three distinct zones – a living and kitchen area, a visitors wing that can be closed off, and a master bedroom area that contains an ensuite and a laundry and a small room for a grandchild.
Paal also allowed them to change the house design to suit their own needs.
“We moved some of the rooms around. That’s one of the great things about Paal – our changes were easily accommodated,” he said.
Ted built the house with help from a bush builder and took an intense interest in the construction process. He provided valuable feedback to Paal, who are always keen to hear from buyers in order to further refine their home kits and the building experience.
“The house was pretty straightforward to build. We’re very pleased with the result and would recommend Paal to others.”
An Open House held shortly before completion saw around 30 families journey to Narromine to inspect the Davies’ home. One couple made the trip from Sydney, while another pair flew themselves from Gunnedah in a light aircraft.
“There was a very good turnout, the house looks spectacular and people were really impressed,” said Paal’s housing consultant Phillip Longhurst.