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The Busy Homeowner's Prefab Construction Timeline
Before the construction scenario begins for your prefabricated home, there are some things you need to
make sure are done so that your dream prefab home is built on a 'good' plot of land. 
Following are the things you need to keep in mind and get done to make sure all's okay:
Due diligence on your site
Exploratory digging
Research with regard to soil
Conduction of a perc test

         Also Read: Top 3 Major Challenges Faced by Prefabricated Homes
The Pre­ Set Day phase:
While your prefabricated house is  being  constructed  off­  site  by  your  builder,  manufacturer,  your  GC
crew  will  be  working  towards  preparation  of  the  delivery  of  your  home  and  for  the  set­  up  process.
There's a lot to work on which your builder shall tell you about.
Clearly marking out your property boundaries
The level of the build area
Clearing out the building area by getting rid of plants, trees or large rocks too
Three weeks before the set­ up day arrives:
Designation and clearance of an are for an unpaved driveway for trucks and other vehicles to
come in and for the usage of the crane
Digging of the foundation of your prefabricated house is done and any other on­ site projects
are taken care of like a porch or garage
Two weeks before the set­ up day arrives:
Installation of the foundation
Installation of electric, plumbing, gas and several other things which will have to run
through your prefab home's foundation
Inspection of the foundation
Fixing things before the next step as it'll be very expensive for you to fix things underneath
post your prefab home set­ up
One week before the set­ up day:
Installation of footing drains

Installation of a sill plate
Pouring the foundation
Another inspection of the foundation
Waterproofing test
Drainage test

The Post Set­ Day Time Phase:
Now that all's okay, the home's been delivered set­ up and so on, it's time to make sure your prefabricated
houses  work  as  fully  functioning  homes.  Even prefab homes need  a  bit  of  on­  site  work.  Follow  this
timeline which may vary from one home to another:

First­week post set­ up:
Weatherproofing of your prefab home
Begin working on exterior aspects of your prefab homes like garages, porches
Getting rid of temporary framing
Connection of utilities between modules
Building basement stairs
Second­week post set­ up:
Connection of utilities to the grid
Testing utilities
Working on interior decoration
Third­week post set­ up:
Carpeting your prefab home
Final inspection
Touch­ ups on walls, repainting and so on
Fourth­week post set­ up:
Completion of on­ site work
Make final changes, if necessary
Finally,  enjoy  your  dream  Preb  home  and  live  peacefully.  All  this  also  applies  to  other  kinds
of prefab homes like wooden homes, prefab cottages and container homes!

Champion Prefabs,
Email: info@championprefabs.com
Phone: 08049034555 

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