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Prefab House Assembly

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Prefabricated house assembly is simpler than assembling a puzzle. …

Prefabricated house assembly is simpler than assembling a puzzle.

The job is to put the home or building components together that been pre-arranged and numbered at the factory.

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  • 1. Prefab House Assembly
  • 2. Prefabricated  house   assembly  is  simpler  than   assembling  a  puzzle.     The  job  is  to  put  the   home  or  building   components  together   that  been  pre-­‐arranged   and  numbered  at  the   factory.    
  • 3. Construc<on  is  done  in  a   systema<c  method   making  it  possible  to   have  both  short   construc<on  <me  and   cost-­‐efficiency  without   drying  <mes. Light  gauge  steel  frames  are  subsequently  formed  into   C-­‐sec<on  for  stud  and  U-­‐sec<on  for  track.
  • 4. The  conven<onal   method  of  building  a   house  is  to  transport   bricks,  <mber,    cement,   sand,  steel  and   construc<on  aggregate,   etc.  to  the  site,  and  to   construct  the  house  on   site  from  these   materials.
  • 5. In  prefabricated  construc1on,  only  the  founda1ons  are  constructed  in   this  way,  by  conven1onal  method,  while  sec1ons  of  walls,  floors  and   roofs  are  prefabricated    in  a  factory  with  window  and  door  frames   included,  transported  to  the  site,  li:ed  into  place  and  assembled   together.
  • 6. End  results  are  shorter  construc<on  <me,  savings  on  the   materials,  fewer  trips  by  construc<on  trucks  to  the  site  and   less  disturbance  to  the  neighborhood.
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