On-Site Installation


We ship on a standard 53 feet flatbed or drop deck. That’s an over-the-road traditional truck with no special permits required. We are not constrained by the width of a trailer.
We deliver with our trucks to your site. We’ll come to your site prior to our installation to check your foundation for square and level. One or two days before our installation crew arrives, we’ll stage the site. We bring our own crane and our own forklift. Our trucks will come into your site serially, one at a time. We’ll unload our pallets and stage them on your site, and get the truck out of there right away.
We arrive with an installation crew, all of whom are our employees, expertly trained in our system. We bring our own tenting in the event of inclement weather. We install a scaffold around the build which provides for both a very safe and precise installation sequence.
We own and control our own equipment, so you’ll have the option of using our crane to lift an HVAC system to the roof or any other activity that will assist your work. A 4,000 square foot home will be assembled and fully water-tight in a matter of a few days. Over the ensuing several days we will complete our installation.
When our team leaves, we’ll have the drywall in a ready to paint condition. You finish the facade and install the roofing material. In the case of electrical, we’ll terminate directly to a standard 200 amp panel; you’ll need to connect the panel to the meter box. On the sewer and water side, we’ll stop right at the sewer hub so that your plumber will only need to make the final connection and install fixtures.
Our terms are net 30 days so you don’t need to make a deposit when placing an order with us. You will have a line item draw on your conventional construction loan. Our work is inspected by your construction lender.
In terms of municipal inspections, we are authorized to operate in your state. We have a third party inspection service that performs all the in-wall inspections at our plant, placing an inspection sticker on each panel. When we finish assembly, your local building inspector will recognize the inspection that was done at our production facility.