Chris Dodt and Michael Olde were presented with the award for best machinery alley display at Gympie Show for the innovative new transportable home.
Chris Dodt and Michael Olde were presented with the award for best machinery alley display at Gympie Show for the innovative new transportable home. Contributed

Home delivery

A NEW innovation available through Hotondo Homes helped the Gympie franchise win Best Machine Alley Display for the 2012 Gympie Show.

Hotondo Homes Gympie won the award for putting a transportable home on display - a new product designed by Chris Dodt in collaboration with Graham Larson of Ocean and Outback House Removals.

The homes, ranging in design and size, can be delivered in one piece on the back of a semitrailer to a property and stumped on the ground in the Gympie region for less than $185,000.

The homes are built and fully fitted out at Ocean and Outback House Removals and can be delivered to anywhere between Cairns and Tweed Heads.

There are 15-plus designs from which to choose.

The largest; a four-bedroom house, 8m wide by 18m long, is the largest single home that can be carried on a semi trailer.

This new innovative way to build a home was introduced at the Gympie Show and attracted a steady stream of visitors through the doors.

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