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Prefab Homes Newfoundland

StratCan Modular Homes - Our Prefabricated Construction Process 

 

1. WE START THE PROCESS WITH OUR PROJECT MANAGERS.

 

You first select which model that best suits your needs.

StratCan will work with you  to determine which work you want us to complete and which work you wish to take on.

 

Once the scope of the project has been determined, we develop a quote according to your plan and the choice of materials.

 

You are then asked to sign off on our quote, a sales contract and provide a deposit to move forward.

 

2. APPROVAL OF FINANCING, BANK LETTER AND/OR PLANNING OF DISBURSEMENTS

You will need to contact your financial institution to obtain a letter confirming to us that financing is in place.

3. CHOICE OF MATERIALS

 

You and our Newfoundland design team will further finalize the design to optimize the combinations of products and colors to be installed, taking into account current trends and supply availability. 
 

4. MUNICIPAL APPROVAL

 

You will need to contact your town or municipality, and other authorities as appropriate, to determine their requirements to place the structure on your land and obtain all necessary permits.

5. PLANS

Architects, engineers and architectural technicians will now proceed with the production of the final plan based on all the information collected and identified beforehand. 

6. FACTORY PRODUCTION OF YOUR STRUCTURE

Once the building permit, the production deposit, proof of financing and all the documents necessary for production are received, manufacturing is started at the factory.

During this time, foundation and utility work can be completed.

7. DELIVERY AND INSTALLATION 

 

When the factory construction is complete and ready to be delivered to the site, a final factory quality check is carried out before loading.

A payment for manufacturing will need to be received 48 hours before the structure leaves the factory.

The delivery and installation of the structure on your foundation is next.

Your site will need to be prepared and accessible for oversize tractor trailers and heavy equipment to park next to your foundation. 

 

The site team will then complete the installation with the final connections and construction detailing on site.

Frequently Asked Questions

How soon will it arrive?
Right now the timeline for delivering is about two months. 

 

How can I learn more about the modular construction process?

View this video from the Modular Construction Council of Canada to learn more. Click here.

How are prefabricated structures different from site built structures?

Prefabricated structures are built off site in a controlled manufacturing environment. Each is built in sections, or modules, and then transported to the site where they are installed on foundations, and completed by installers. 

Where can I find pricing information?

Contact us.

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