Prefabricated Timber Frame Houses
Modular houses consist of floor, walls and roof, which are connected together and finished already in the factory. After that, the house is transported to the construction site, where the help of a construction crane is needed to unload it onto the site, and the final assembly work is carried out.
Bouwart provides our customers with a complete turnkey modular home construction process.
The high quality and efficiency of the production process are ensured by a controlled factory environment, strict production rules and specialists trained in the construction of wooden modular houses.
Industrially manufactured modular houses can cover from 60 - 95% of the interior of the house (including internal communication), for example, kitchen furniture and other furniture can already be added at the factory stage. The house is transported by truck to the construction sites, and the on-site construction process is minimized due to the degree of completion of the houses. This in turn reduces the potential impact of weather conditions compared to an on-site construction process. Connecting a home can take anywhere from a few hours to a few days. The result is high-quality, sealed and energy-efficient houses.
Modular houses can be used not only for long-term living as private houses, but can be used for short-term events - camps, schools, military buildings, industrial buildings, churches, commercial establishments, healthcare facilities, various types of office buildings, etc. Also, one of the most requested construction regions are remote or rural areas, places where full-cycle construction may not be reasonable or possible, such as the Arctic. Modular houses consist of a wooden frame with a metal inner frame, which provides durability and the ability to transport the house.