Good for life

Timeless Scandinavian home design and craftsmanship since 1968.

The principles of sustainability, quality and excellence in design are what our building company was founded on 50 years ago. Home trends come and go, but a home by Fraemohs is good for life.

Kitset homes NZ

Location: Lincoln

Product: Timbermode

Build type: Full Build

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Scandinavian
Style

Scandinavian house design is timeless in its simplicity and style. Fraemohs Homes have been producing  premium quality Scandinavian styled homes since 1968.

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Location: Queenstown

Product: Solid Timber

Build type: Kitset

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Sustainability

We use sustainably grown New Zealand plantation pine. Upon completion of a Fraemohs solid timber home, it is carbon negative.

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Location: Christchurch

Product: Timbermode

Build type: Full Build

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Timbermode

Our architecturally-designed Timbermode homes are modern and stylish. These homes are timber framed. We often use timber claddings, but you can choose from any BRANZ approved cladding. The interior walls are timber and gib to suit your taste.

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Location: Tai Tapu

Product: Solid Timber

Build type: Full Build

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Solid Timber

Our Solid Timber homes have solid timber walls, so wood is the dominant feature both inside and out. These solid wood homes are what many people traditionally associate with Fraemohs. Solid Timber kitset homes are easy to build and very popular.

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KITSET HOMES OR FULL BUILT

From our base just north of Christchurch, Fraemohs Homes manufactures and supplies kitset homes to customers around New Zealand and overseas.
For our clients in Canterbury and Wanaka, we offer the option of a complete build service where Fraemohs manages the entire building process.

Sustainable Home Report

Access our free Sustainable Building Report to find out the best and most cost effective ways to build a sustainable home Read the free sustainable building report