Country Kit Homes offers many options with kit inclusions.

In consultation with a Country Kit Homes representative you can customise some of your inclusions, as each individual home is different.

Your kit home can be provided in three stages:

Stage 1 – Lock Up

Plans, specifications and engineering Energy rating certificate
Steel Floor System (Bearers and Joists)
Particle Board Flooring
Steel frames and trusses pre-assembled
Colourbond roofing with fascia, guttering, barge-capping, ridge-capping, valleys with all brackets and screws
External cladding such as bricks, Hardiplank, Colourbond or other
Aluminium sliding windows and doors in a wide range of colours with flyscreens and are keyed alike
Front and rear doors with locks and handles
Cladding accessories such as brick ties and Lintels, thermal break, wall and roof wrap
Eave and verandah linings with fixings
Roller doors where applicable

Stage 2 – Fix out Kit

Insulation R1.5 to walls and R3.5 to ceilings
Plasterboard linings with cornice, glues, screws, tapes, corner angles and setting compounds
Architraves and skirting 70mm primed pine ready for painting
Internal doors pre-hinged easy to install
Robes have sliding doors and tracks
Door furniture including privacy locks to bathroom and WC
Shelving to linen and robes with hanging rails to robes

Stage 3 – Total Kit

Kitchen cupboards and bench tops as per plan with a choice of colours and styles
Stainless steel kitchen sink and drainer
Modern stainless steel electric oven, gas cook-top, and range-hood where overhead cupboards are shown
Tap ware for kitchen, bathroom and laundry
Stainless steel laundry tub
Bathtub 1500mm acrylic
Quality modern Vanities
Vitrous enamel dual flush toilets and fittings
Bathroom fittings such as towel rail, toilet roll holder
Instantaneous gas hot water service


We recommend waterproofing be done by a specialist company/trade as some councils require a certificate, you also get a guarantee on the job.
Shower screens and mirrors are not included as they must be accurately measured after tiling is completed. Electrical, wiring, switches and outlets must be done by a licensed tradesman.
Electricians normally supply all components required.
Wall and floor tiles are personal choice for colour and quality.
Plumbing, pipes, connectors and drainage must be done by a licensed tradesman. Plumbers generally supply all the equipment necessary. Paint is not included.
Floor coverings and wall and floor tiles are a personal choice and we have negotiated a discounted price for you with our suppliers. Water tanks and pumps


The State Governments of Australia have introduced new regulations relating to the water and energy consumption of all new homes.

It is about conserving our scarce water resources and reducing the impact of greenhouse gasses on our climate. New homes have a target to be more energy efficient.

All new homes built in must meet the minimum levels as set out by your state government. You need to include an energy Certificate with your proposal to build a new house. In order to get an energy certificate, certain factors of the proposed home are considered. Things such as heating and cooling systems, veranda’s, type of hot water system, insulation, double glazed windows, floor coverings, lighting, colour schemes, eaves etc. are considerations for the rating.

Country Kit Homes provides you with an energy certificate for your kit home. Country Kit Homes has also already included many features in the designs and inclusions of our kit homes to improve your energy performance, which will reduce your ongoing costs and improve your comfort levels. Our standard inclusion of bricks or Hebel panel, together with efficient insulation endorses our commitment to energy efficiency. Depending on the geographic location of your land and orientation to the sun, we can customise your home to further enhance the energy performance of your home.

Please download our latest inclusions and exclusions list.