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We are a One-Stop Shop and will help you with the following

Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU's)

How to get it done!

We are a One-Stop Shop and will help you with the following

  1. Pre-Approved Plans

  2. Site Assesment and Plans

  3. Building Permits

  4. Financing

  5. Modular Buildings (In our own factory)

  6. Installation

 

FYI, we build Factory-built Housing (FBH) or Modular homes

  • FBH regulations were established to provide an alternative to conventional site-built homes and reduce many of the costs associated with housing construction
    This is done by encouraging factory-scale production techniques combined with the benefits of a controlled construction environment

  • There is typically no discernible difference between a conventional on-site residential home and an off-site FBH besides the process that was used to build it

  • FBH are always installed on a foundation designed to CCR & local building requirements, which must also be permitted and inspected

  • FBH buildings are not limited to ADUs or backyard homes and, by definition, include SFD or multi-family dwellings, apartment buildings, condominiums, hotels, motels, dorms, hospitals or components of those structures

We are a One-Stop Shop and will help you with the following

We are a One-Stop Shop and will help you with the following

  1. Pre-Approved Plans

  2. Site Assesment and Plans

  3. Building Permits

  4. Financing

  5. Modular Buildings (In our own factory)

  6. Installation

 

FYI, we build Factory-built Housing (FBH) or Modular homes

  • FBH regulations were established to provide an alternative to conventional site-built homes and reduce many of the costs associated with housing construction
    This is done by encouraging factory-scale production techniques combined with the benefits of a controlled construction environment

  • There is typically no discernible difference between a conventional on-site residential home and an off-site FBH besides the process that was used to build it

  • FBH are always installed on a foundation designed to CCR & local building requirements, which must also be permitted and inspected

  • FBH buildings are not limited to ADUs or backyard homes and, by definition, include SFD or multi-family dwellings, apartment buildings, condominiums, hotels, motels, dorms, hospitals or components of those structures

We are a One-Stop Shop and will help you with the following
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