Design Service

Our Design Service


A basic 4 side elevation and floor plan drawing suitable for most planning applications, from sketch provided by client including windows.
Costs will be deducted from the price of your build if you choose to order with us.

All plans are delivered as a PDF.

The very first stage with us is to decide what size mobile home you require.
Measure the plot. Work out your budget. Think about the living areas and facilities your needed.
You can download a scaled design template to sketch in your draft, available with Metric and Imperial
Local site access is not usually a problem as our company specialises in kit build mobile homes for hard to access back gardens.
The maximum size for a mobile home allowed under the regulations is 20 x 6.7 M (65x22FT).
Nearly all our ’twin-unit’ mobile homes are the full 22 FT width. Please remember our finished externals walls are 1ft thick.
On our Floor Plans page you can down a design template and look through dozens of previous designs.
Each homes is designed bespoke to your requirements, so have whatever you want.
Twin unit mobiles homes need a wall running down the center of the build for at least 30% of the length.
For self builders we don’t supply just exterior walls and totally open inside. We need to include all the internal walls.
You cannot make ‘L’ shapes. The overall size needs to fit within a 20 x 6.7M footprint. The roof can run over this size.
Please include your windows on the design template. Different window styles can be seen on our specification page.
Crude drawings are fine, we just need to get a basic understand of your requirements.
Camera photo and texting your design sketch is acceptable. Scan, email or post.
Look at our existing floor plan and you will see most designs have bedroom either to the left or right.
Looking at your intended location there will often be a front side with the view and a rear, often against a boundary. First determine which side you want the bedroom and which is the rear side. The rear side often will have the corridor, leaving a smaller room for bathrooms, studies etc. The rooms on the other side of the corridor are larger and often used as the bedrooms. We can work designs around this basic data.