Building in the Tropics – Our safe holiday homes are built to international safety standards.
All of our fully built homes survived Cyclone Pam – winds of 350km/hr +
By building holiday homes to international safety standards means they are earthquake safe for Vanuatu, Australia and NZ, they’re Queensland cyclone safe and they’re engineered to last.
There’s a standard system we follow at Vanuatu Homes in making this friendly island republic’s most resilient, attractive and sturdy buildings.
We begin by putting in piles, either concrete or timber, then put concrete slabs in where required by the customer.
This is followed by firmly placing the bearers and floor joists.
The walls go up next. They’re tar-papered so you’ll know you’re buying a waterproof house. Once the battens are put on the walls, the roof goes on. We then work on the kitchen, cladding, joinery and verandah.
Our Construction Process
Remember, Vanuatu Homes has been building resilient buildings for ten years. After the Category 5+ Cyclone Pam decimated much of the country in 2015, every single one of our finished prefabricated homes and buildings survived with no structural damage.