Factory-Crafted Construction: A Better Way to Build
Steel cross members and outriggers are welded to massive steel I-beams to form the base frame, which is engineered to support the weight of the structure and meet federal building codes.
While the frame is constructed, walls are built. For extra strength and stability, sheet rock is both nailed and glued to wall studs.
Multi-section homes are checked to ensure seams and patterns match, final inspection is conducted, and the home prepared for transportation.
Roof sheeting and roofing paper is installed. This is sealed with tar three feet from the edge for extra protection. The roof is then shingled. This process varies by home type.
Once walls are installed, truss are attaches and high-grade insulation is put in.
All interior finish work is done including installation of custom cabinetry from industry-leading cabinet shops.
Siding is mounted and windows set.
Flooring is fastened and glued to the floor joists.
Floor joists are laid over the base frame. Insulation, heat ducts, and plumbing are installed.