FAQ

Can I put a park home or lodge on my own land?

Yes, we are a specialist company that can make this happen, permission to site a mobile home is needed, however as shown in the website we are able to offer this service. We can supply floor plans, documented proposal, completed forms, property layout and attend meetings when required to grant you the permission needed. We may have to arrange an access visit to ensure that we are able to transport the home onto your land however we are able to overcome many obstacles.

Are the homes warm enough for all year round living?

Our Insulated timber frame construction is a naturally warm construction – unlike bricks and mortar. Our homes are built to the very highest specifications with high tolerances; ensuring air tightness is kept to heat retention and energy efficiency. The eco friendly insulation used within the construction of all our homes is of extremely high quality and energy-efficient, anti allergic insulation. Each home has insulation placed in the walls and roof conforming to residential build standards. Full central heating is installed with energy-efficient combination boilers.

The simple answer is: YES

What's the difference between a Residential Home, a Leisure Home and a Lodge?

Each of these homes are very similar however have slight differences with style, each of these are built to British Standard BS3632 the “Specification for Residential Park Homes” ensuring that a high quality is kept throughout the build. Every home is a timber framed build and is suitable for all year round living. The exterior of a lodge is mainly clad in either timber or one of the low maintenance cladding we can offer however each home can have any exterior on it you would like as the home will be on your own land.

What styles, sizes and configurations are available with Own Land homes and lodges?

At Own Land Homes we have a range of over 35 standard models, each with their own individual exterior and interior designs and styles, which can be altered. Only a select number of these are shown on the website, please contact us to view our full range
In addition to this we offer a bespoke home design service if you would like to design your own home.

All of Own Land homes and lodges can be built in a variety of lengths up to 60ft and widths up to 22ft to suit your individual needs and the land you have available. Our large range of floor plans includes homes with up to four bedrooms, studies, entrance halls, hobby rooms and utility rooms. However, if our standard layouts do not suit your specific requirements, we will happily change plans or start afresh to design and manufacture a home to suit your individual requirements.

What styles, sizes and configurations are available with Own Land homes and lodges?

At Own Land Homes we have a range of over 35 standard models, each with their own individual exterior and interior designs and styles which can be altered. Only a select number of these are shown on the website, please contact us to view our full range

In addition to this we offer a bespoke home design service if you would like to design your own home.

All of Own Land homes and lodges can be built in a variety of lengths up to 20m (65½’) and widths up to 6.8m (23′) to suit your individual needs and the land you have available. Our large range of floor plans includes homes with up to four bedrooms, studies, entrance halls, hobby rooms and utility rooms. However, if our standard layouts do not suit your specific requirements, we will happily change plans or start afresh to design and manufacture a home to suit your individual requirements.

What guarantee will I receive with an Own Land home?

Each home is built in accordance with the latest edition of BS3632 and all hold a 12 months manufacturer’s warranty on the entire home and its contents, a 10 year structural warranty is available with Platinum Seal and in addition to this the roof of your home has a 40 year manufacturer’s guarantee.

Where can I view an Own Land home?

We have a number of show homes you are able to view; please contact one of the sales team which is open 9:00-5:00 Monday- Saturday and we will be happy to arrange an appointment.

How much does an Own Land home cost?

The price of a home has many variations and may depend on the model, size and internal specification of the home or lodge selected; you can also make additions to the home and changes which may include optional extras. Our large range of homes are designed to suit a variety of price ranges, please contact us for prices.

What is included in the price of a home?

The price of the home includes a fitted kitchen complete with appliances, bedrooms with built in furniture or walk-in wardrobes, bathrooms, lounge suite, dining suite, carpets and vinyl, curtains, soft furnishings including bed, bedding and headboards. All details will be found on your floor plan and specification for your home. There is also optional extra that you can add which may include home entertainment system, wine cooler, additional appliances and a wide range of additions you may add to your home.

Is there a choice of alternative exterior options available?

There is a wide variety of external options available from the choice of colours and cladding. These can be viewed in our sample room and discussed with a member of our sales staff. All our homes are available in a rendered finish, timber clad or with a variety of low maintenance claddings such as Canexel or Thermowood.

Are there other costs involved?

The additional costs, which you will have to consider, are the transport and siting of the home. All connections will have to be completed by registered professionals including the electric, water, gas and waste also.

Will my park home hold its value?

The value of the home, shows that the price keeps in line with the UK property market.

Can I sell my home?

Yes you are able to sell your mobile home either to an approved park or to someone with their Own Land, we can recommend companies who will purchase your used home.

Can an Own Land home be passed on in a will?

Yes it can be passed onto a member of the home owner’s family; if it is left to a non resident they will then be able to sell the home. All agreements will have to be the new owner.

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