Prefab Homes by MAAP House

MAAP House offers architect-designed, environmentally-friendly modular prefab flat pack granny flats and homes.

MAAP prefab homes are high quality, built efficiently, cost-effective and modern looking.

Unique MAAP Houses and granny flats are designed and pre-build manufactured in the customised warehouse in controlled environment and then delivered to site in the form of modules ready for assembling and construction by specially licensed builders.

MAAP House is cost effective

Flat pack housing approach has all the modules or panels built in MAAP House factory in NSW. This ensures a better quality and better finish in less time and with less waste. This makes the construction safer to build, faster and cheaper than the methods currently traditionally used.

MAAP House is superior in quality

The materials that used in MAAP House prefab technology are impact proof, fireproof and waterproof. The internal linings are painted with quality Dulux two part acrylic paint.

Standard items include:

  • AWS Vantage commercial windows
  • 2.7 m ceilings
  • Steel frame construction
  • Solid core Hume doors internally

MAAP House is flexible

The best feature of a modular MAAP House system is its flexibility. The prefab panels come in set sizes for any design. Using these sizes of prefab panels it is easy to set out almost any floor plan and design required. Modular construction allows to extend the modular house in the future in efficient and cost effective manner, thanks to the prefab modular nature of the MAAP home.

MAAP House is environmentally friendly

Manufacturing MAAP House prefab panels in a factory ensures almost negligible waste.

Prefab components of a MAAP House are fully recyclable.

The initial footprint of a MAAP House can be reduced due to the ease and minimal cost of future extensions - reducing initial resource usage, as well reducing the energy used for cooling, heating and lighting in the house.


Modular - means a house that is built in units, modules or parts in a factory which are then be transported and assembled on a building site to form a complete whole building. Prefab modular homes can offer cheaper parts, faster construction time and higher quality as it takes advantage of benefits of modern manufacturing technology.

Volumetric - In prefab construction this means that the separate modular parts of a house are volumes or completely built spaces and rooms. This type of prefab modular house offers quick on-site assembly process, but for large distances modular homes are often excessively expensive to transport as the units or modules are usually oversized, requiring crane lifting, more truck loads, and road limits.

Panelised - In prefab construction this means that the pre-built modular home is assembled from prefab panels usually roof, floor & wall panels. This type of prefab modular house works more like flat pack house construction where prefab panels are assembled on building site to create the complete house. In transit, prefab panels can be stacked together with high density which makes panels significantly cheaper for long distance transportation. Although cheaper to move, panelised type of prefab modular house often requires much longer on-site building time to complete laundry, bathroom and kitchen installations and finish wet-areas.

Hybrid (MAAP House) - The MAAP prefab system is a hybrid of volumetric and panelised construction technologies. MAAP Houses are primarily a prefab integrated panelised building system because of the quality benefits, transport and manufacturing. MAAP prefab system also incorporates volumetric modular construction in laundries, bathrooms and kitchens which saves time for plumbing work and installing units on site and is more cost effective and more efficient overall.

All other house parts are assembled using MAAP factory produced prefab panels. The MAAP prefab system incorporates the perfect balance for the best Cost, Quality and Speed for a new modular home.

Integrated panels - Many panelised prefab modular homes use solid wall panels which do not allow for services, often leaving unsightly pipes and wires exposed either outside or inside the house. MAAP prefab panels are fully integrated to include all services both for the initial build process and for later possible renovation. MAAP prefab panels also come with optional windows and doors already installed on factory saving more on-site time.

Prefab Homes by MAAP House

Address and phone

MAAP House Factory in NSW

Address 11 Martin Drive Tomago NSW 2322 Australia
Phone 02 4964 9246


Postal Address PO Box 143 Bulahdelah NSW 2423
Address 132 Myall River Rd, Bulahdelah NSW 2423, Australia
Phone +61 410 654 399