A module is a three-dimensional component that attaches to other modules to compose a prefab house. Modules are approximately 12 feet wide, 11 to 13 feet high and come in varying lengths. In certain circumstances, modules can be as narrow as 8 feet wide or as broad as 16 feet. The modules are designed to ship on specialized trailers whose transportation constraints vary by state. Marmol Radziner Prefab will determine optimal sizes based on location, site access, and design requirements.
We deliver your home in nearly finished condition. The house arrives with all of its finishes installed, including some or all of the flooring, tile, countertops, cabinets, windows, appliances, and fixtures. After the house is delivered and connected together, there are only a few remaining items that need to be completed to “button up” and finish the house.
Marmol Radziner Prefab homes are constructed in a factory. The goal of our prefab system is to create finished, volumetric modules that ship to your site virtually complete. Our homes are delivered to you with installed tiles, floors, countertops, appliances, windows, and doors.
We believe there are numerous benefits to finished volumetric modular construction. By maximizing factory production and minimizing on-site work, we have greater control over the quality, schedule, and cost of construction. There are no rain delays or misaligned details. Factory production minimizes construction waste through precise cutting and the ability to reuse and recycle excess materials. Its centralized location drastically reduces pollution typically created by transportation of staff and materials to and from a site-built home. A kit-of-parts or panelized home must still be assembled entirely on site. As a result, you will confront many of the same issues scheduling subcontractors and dealing with delays in the schedule as you would with a standard site built home.