About Ready-Made Order

Get a Prefabstarter house project commercial offer. This is a service when a Ready-Made house project is selected and a manufacturing service is ordered. You will need to fill out our questionnaire form and get commercial offers from manufacturers. After choosing the most suitable offer, you will agree to the terms of the contract with the manufacturer and initiate the manufacture of the prefab building. We invite you to learn more about each stage of the starter and get started!

Stages of the Starter

Fill out a simple questionnaire form that will be sent to platfrom manufacturers. After filling out your account will be crated and you will receive a message to your e-mail with instructions for joining the platform. 

Manufacturers prepare commercial offers according to your request and upload their offers to your account within 5-10 work days on the platform. The composition of the building elements (walls, structural slab, roof, windows, etc.) is taken as standard at your preliminary commercial offer. You can learn more about this on the Standards . You will be able to adjust building elements at a later stages.
After choosing the most suitable offer, you will negotiate the terms and sign the contract directly with the manufacturer through your platform account.

By signing the contract with the manufacturer you will enable the building manufacture process. You will also be able comfortably follow and discuss the progress of the building’s production with the manufacturer through the platform’s chat.

This is the final stage of the project preparation – the delivery of the prefabricated building to the specified plot of land. Before delivery, you will need to install the foundations of the planned building. According to the agreement, the prefab elements will be delivered to the site and, if you specify, they will be installed.

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Ready-Made Order

This is an offer when a Ready-Made project is selected

FAQ Prefabricated houses

Prefabricated houses, also known as prefab homes or modular homes, are dwellings that are manufactured off-site in sections or modules and then transported to the final building site for assembly. They are built in a factory-controlled environment, often using advanced construction techniques and materials.

Prefabricated houses differ from traditional homes mainly in their construction process. While traditional homes are built entirely on-site, prefabricated houses are constructed off-site in a factory setting. This allows for greater precision, efficiency, and quality control in the construction process.

There are several types of prefabricated houses, including modular homes, panelized homes, and manufactured homes. Modular homes consist of multiple modules or sections that are built off-site and then assembled on-site. Panelized homes are constructed using pre-made panels that are manufactured off-site and then assembled on-site. Manufactured homes, also known as mobile homes, are built entirely in a factory and transported to the site as a single unit.

Yes, prefabricated houses can be highly customizable. Many manufacturers offer a range of floor plans, designs, and finishes to choose from, and some even offer custom design services to meet the specific needs and preferences of homeowners.

Prefabricated houses can be designed to be highly energy efficient. With advancements in construction techniques and materials, manufacturers can incorporate features such as high-quality insulation, energy-efficient windows and doors, and sustainable building materials to reduce energy consumption and lower utility costs.

The construction timeline for prefabricated houses can vary depending on factors such as the complexity of the design, the size of the home, and the manufacturer’s production schedule. However, prefabricated houses typically have shorter construction times compared to traditional homes, with some projects being completed in a matter of weeks rather than months.

Prefabricated houses can be designed to be highly energy efficient. With advancements in construction techniques and materials, manufacturers can incorporate features such as high-quality insulation, energy-efficient windows and doors, and sustainable building materials to reduce energy consumption and lower utility costs.

Prefabricated houses can be designed to be highly energy efficient. With advancements in construction techniques and materials, manufacturers can incorporate features such as high-quality insulation, energy-efficient windows and doors, and sustainable building materials to reduce energy consumption and lower utility costs.

  • Faster construction times
  • Controlled environment for construction
  • Higher quality control
  • Cost-effectiveness
  • Customization options
  • Energy efficiency

Prefabricated houses are designed to be durable and can meet the same building codes and standards as traditional homes. With proper maintenance, prefabricated houses can have a lifespan comparable to that of traditional homes.

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