Prefab Home Installation in New Zealand
The process of building a steel prefab home in New Zealand usually includes design, production, transportation, and assembly stages. First, contact us to design your home, and let’s create the details together. Let us determine your home’s dimensions, interior and exterior features, materials, and other special requirements.
Following the design phase, necessary permits and licenses are obtained for the project. This means ensuring compliance with local regulations, building codes, and other relevant legislation in New Zealand. To obtain a construction permit, an application is made to the relevant local authorities in New Zealand.
In the factory, prefab home parts are produced and assembled on-site. In this process, it includes the details of the entire structure such as wall panels, roof parts, windows, doors, and insulation materials. Then, we ship your home.
Once production is complete, your home is carefully loaded into containers and shipped to the ship. Once you receive your home in New Zealand, you can start installation immediately. Groundworks and permits must be completed before installation.
During the assembly phase, prefabricated parts are assembled and assembled into place in New Zealand. The assembly process is usually quick because the parts are pre-assembled at the factory. After the foundation preparation, the walls are joined to each other, to the roof, and then to the floor.
In the final stage, interior and exterior details are completed in New Zealand. Interior features such as electrical wiring, water, and heating systems are integrated. Exterior details such as siding, window, and door installation are added. The final touches are made and the house is made ready for use.
For all your questions about the process and details, you can contact us via WhatsApp or phone.
We can send prefab houses to Wellington, Auckland, Christchurch, and all New Zealand cities.