A panelized residential construction incorporates construction techniques that use advanced technology, quality materials and a controlled work environment to build energy-efficient homes in less time.
While there are several types of panelized residential construction to choose from, each begins by constructing the home’s essential structural components in a climate-controlled facility. Skilled craftsmen guide wall sections from the raw material stage to completed panels before carefully loading them onto a truck for delivery to a home site.
Whether you are looking for a modern or traditional design, contemporary or rustic feel, there is a panelized Cabin style to fit your needs and budget, and endless options for customization. With computer-assisted design programs, designers and engineers can turn just about any idea into a working blueprint. The plans for your home can be sent directly from a designer’s computer to the panelization shop floor, ensuring your home is built accurately and efficiently.
Your new panelized home can be engineered and fabricated in a manufacturing plant in just a few days before being shipped to your home site. Once at the home site, the shell of a panelized residential container can be erected and made weather-tight in a matter of days. Delays due to weather, material delivery and subcontractor schedules — often unavoidable in stick-built construction — are much less a problem with panelized residential construction. These potentially costly hold-ups are reduced or outright eliminated.
State-of-the-art technology produces panels that are engineered to the highest quality, ensuring your home is built precisely square and dimensionally correct. Additionally, each worker in a panelized facility has been trained to do a particular job and is an expert in that specialized aspect of home construction. Plus, your home’s panels are built to meet your local building code before they even leave the facility, even if your area requires special features for high winds, floods, or other considerations.
Panelized residential building is an inherently green way to build, and is recognized in several green building certifications, including the ICC 700 National Green Building Standard. Factory assembly means reduced construction material waste, less jobsite disturbance, and easier cleanup.
The precision construction of panelized homes makes them known for increased energy efficiency and lower heating and cooling costs. And since most panelized homes are weather-tight in a matter of days, your new home is kept safer and dryer, reducing the probability of warping, mold, mildew, and squeaking that adverse weather may cause in traditionally built homes.