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Understanding the process of building a modular home can help you choose a modular home over a standard one. The most significant difference is that most modular homes are made in a factory and shipped to your land, but they also can build on site. The modular home building process takes place in 10 simple steps.
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Step 1-Do your research
If you’re unfamiliar with modular homes, the first step is doing your research. Call, email, or visit our showroom in Heatherbrae to speak directly with one of the salespeople who can steer you in the right direction. This is an excellent opportunity to see some of our designs on offer or talk about a tailor-made option.
Step 2: Organize the site inspection.
Once you have spoken to our sales staff, you will have to investigate the site to ensure an accurate quote. We need to ensure it’s easily accessible, and if anything gets in the way or hinders the build process. The site can also define the design and what can be achieved.
Step 3- Design consultation
This is the step where the magic happens. Designing your home is fun, and our on-site sales consultants and drafters are available to discuss all possible options. You may have some idea of what you want your home to look like, or you may have no idea and be happy to see our range of designs. You might like one of our designs but want to customize it to suit your lifestyle. This is possible when you sit down with our on-site drafting staff.
Step 4 – Project estimate & quotation acceptance
After an initial consultation, design consultation, and site inspection, a detailed quote can be compiled based on your unique vision, selected design, and site requirements. Friend. Any changes to the plan in progress or an upgrade may add to the cost of your quote. Once you’re satisfied with the design and inclusion of your new modular home, we can sign the paperwork after your deposit is paid and start turning your dream home into a home. Realistic.
Step 5: Plans are made.
Once the quote is accepted, there will be surveys and detailed planning. Our team will complete all applications and reports, ready to send.
Step 6- Color consultation
This is your chance to meet with one of our friendly team to choose a new modular home color palette for your interior and exterior finishes. You’ll get the opportunity to see the house in 3D for the first time and see options for furniture and accessories in our color room.
Step 7: Board approves.
The final plans are submitted to the board for approval at this stage. This process can take an average of 8-12 weeks. (NB: Hunter Valley Modular Homes has no control over how long the council process takes. The times stated between 8 and 12 weeks are estimates only and are subject to council workload and requirements; this may take longer.)
Step 8: The contract is signed.
Once financing has been secured, and all the details of your construction are confirmed and ready, the contract can be signed.
Step 9: Construction work begins.
Now that everything is in place, we can start building your dream home.
Much of your construction will take place in our factory to limit disruptions due to bad weather or site problems. While the house is being built outside, work can also continue with the preparation of the site so that everything is ready to be done when the home is ready to be delivered. This usually takes about 10 weeks in the factory plus five weeks on-site with the complete installation.
Step 10- Home installation
Once the construction and final inspection are complete, it’s time to transport your finished home on a truck to the site and install it on your property. Complete installation and connection of services can take up to 5 weeks after delivery. Once done, you’re ready to move into your new modular home and enjoy.
The 10-step process is as simple as it looks and is a benefit of choosing a modular home over standard construction. If there is any obstacle in this process, our salesman will be there with you every step of the way to sort it out.
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