Transportable home company expands operations with new show home underway in Palmerston North

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Ezyline is building a new show home in Palmerston North.

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Ezyline is building a new show home in Palmerston North.

After a delay during the Level 4 foreclosure, Ezyline Prebuilt Homes is back in business to complete orders and complete a new show home in Palmerston North.

Ezyline, headquartered in Tauranga, built the show house at 667 Tremaine Road, Palmerston North. The company says the new yard will help better serve the lower North Island, as it is in a central location with vendors and shops nearby.

COO Jeremy Bloomfield said Ezyline has been back since starting level 3. “It has made a huge difference – anyone can get back to work now. We also have orders coming to Tauranga. A lot of people rely on us, both customers and staff. The sooner we can get back to it, the better we can help these people. It’s kind of like we’re at the top of the pyramid – it reverberates. on suppliers and subcontractors.

Bloomfield says safeguards are in place to protect workers and the public. “We are very well placed. The site is permanently installed, we always have a management on site so that everyone can follow the process.

The new Palmerston North site will help better serve the lower part of the North Island.

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The new Palmerston North site will help better serve the lower part of the North Island.

Safety protocols include strict entry and exit procedures, hand sanitizer, permanent toilets, hand washing stations, use of PPE equipment. Contact is minimized and physical distancing is maintained. In fact, over the years Ezyline has built and delivered homes for clients who have never visited their backyard. Photographs, phone calls and emails were sufficient. All these customers were satisfied with their new accommodation when they arrived on the site.

Houses are transported again using heavy transport trucks, with operators staying safe in their bubbles.

The show house is expected to open at the end of June. The 60 square meter two-bedroom show house is the best-selling among Ezyline’s small houses. It has a large bedroom, a single bedroom, a bathroom and a laundry room, as well as an open-plan kitchen, a living room and a dining area.

Ezyline also offers a range of larger and more luxurious designs with one to four bedrooms in its standard and contemporary series.

Bloomfield says there are many advantages to manufactured homes, including simplicity, low cost construction, low maintenance, and precision manufacturing. The entire structure – siding, roof, windows and Gib – is New Zealand made.

Ezyline has been fully operational since the start of level 3 and has security protocols in place to ensure the safety of its employees, suppliers and customers.

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Ezyline has been fully operational since the start of level 3 and has security protocols in place to ensure the safety of its employees, suppliers and customers.

Once completed, the houses can be transported around the North Island. They are ideal as grandma’s apartments, vacation homes, for retirees who are downsizing and on farms. They are also perfect as infill housing, for example in Palmerston North where the local council has promoted new infill developments.

Ezyline Prebuilt Homes is a family business that has been building prefabricated homes for over 10 years. Owner Wallace Stewart has over 40 years of experience in the construction industry and has won several Master Builders awards for building excellence.

His oldest son Glenn Stewart is the chief foreman, his sister Pam Burgess takes care of administration and customer service, while Jeremy Bloomfield, a longtime family friend, oversees operations. “We are also proud of the fact that we have had relationships with some of our subcontractors for 25 years,” said Wallace Stewart.

Ezyline is ready to take new orders now. For more information visit: www.ezylinehomes.co.nz.


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