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Determine that a factory built ADU can be placed on your property

Factory-built Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) are delivered to job sites using various methods depending on the site's accessibility. Typically, these ADUs are transported either by being towed on a trailer, driven on a tractor, or lifted and positioned by a crane.The chosen delivery method ensures the ADU arrives intact and ready for installation.However, properties lacking proper access may face challenges in receiving a factory-built ADU, as the delivery process requires sufficient space for maneuvering and setting up the unit. If your property has limited access, alternative solutions or adjustments to the delivery method may be necessary to accommodate the ADU installation

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Choose a floor plan

Choosing an ADU floor plan that fits a homeowner's needs and budget involves several key steps. First, assess your specific needs, including the intended use of the ADU(e.g., rental unit, guest house, home office) and the desired features such as the number of bedrooms, bathrooms, and kitchen size. Next, evaluate your budget to determine how much you can afford to spend on the construction and any additional features. Once you have a clear idea of your needs and budget, explore our pre-approved floor plans that match these criteria.It's important to compare different plans and consider factors like space efficiency, design aesthetics, and potential for future use.

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When deciding whether to choose a pre-designed home package for your ADU projector select each option yourself, there are several factors to consider. A pre-designed home package offers the convenience of having flooring, cabinets, countertops, lighting, and plumbing fixtures carefully curated by professionals. This approach can significantly expedite the project, as it eliminates the time-consuming process of researching and selecting each element individually. It also ensures that all components are coordinated and of high quality, often resulting in a more cohesive and aesthetically pleasing outcome.


On the other hand, selecting each option yourself allows for a higher degree of personalization. Homeowners who have a specific vision for their ADU can choose from an extensive list of options to meet their exact tastes and needs. This level of customization can be particularly important if you have unique preferences or specific functional requirements.


Ultimately, the choice depends on your priorities. If speed, convenience, and a guaranteed cohesive design are your main concerns, a pre-designed home package may be the best option.However, if you value personalization and have the time to invest in making detailed choices, selecting each element yourself can be more rewarding. Consider your budget, timeline, and design preferences to make the best decision for your ADU project

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Final Pricing from the factory

With the design phase complete, we're now ready to move forward to the next step: getting the final price for your ADU. We've put a lot of work into this design, making sure every detail is just right. Now it's time to see how much it will cost to bring it to life. We're excited to submit our design for pricing and your go ahead.

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Utilities and site work

Now that the ADU design is complete, our attention turns to the crucial phase of finalizing utility connections and assessing any necessary adjustments to the foundation system. This stage involves determining the costs and logistics of connecting water, power, electrical, and sewer services to the ADU. We'll carefully evaluate the existing infrastructure and requirements to ensure seamless integration while keeping costs within budget. Additionally, we'll assess if any modifications are needed to the foundation system based on the finalized design and site conditions. This phase marks a pivotal moment in the project, as it sets the groundwork for the smooth progression of construction

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Submitting for building permits for the ADU will involve two primary phases, each essential for ensuring a smooth construction process. In the initial phase, we'll focus on obtaining approvals for all aspects of the project, except for one crucial document: theManufactured Certificate of Origin (MCO). This certificate, which confirms the origin and compliance of components used in the ADU, cannot be secured until the unit is fully built.


During this first phase, we'll gather and submit all necessary documentation related to the utility connections, and zoning compliance. We'll work closely with relevant authorities to address any concerns and ensure that our plans meet all codes and regulations. This phase is critical for laying the groundwork and obtaining the necessary approvals to proceed.


Once all initial approvals are secured, we'll enter the second phase, which centers around obtaining the Manufactured Certificate ofOrigin. This document certifies that any prefabricated or manufactured components used in the ADU meet quality and safety standards set by the federal government. Since the MCO can only be issued once the unit is fully constructed, it represents the final step in the permitting process.


Throughout both phases, we'll maintain open communication with regulatory agencies, addressing any inquiries or revisions promptly to keep the project on track. By following this systematic approach, we ensure that the ADU construction progresses smoothly, with all necessary permits in place for a successful build.

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Time to build

With all other aspects of the permitting process completed and approvals obtained, we're poised to launch the ADU into production. This phase operates in tandem with the finalization of permits, marking an exciting juncture where the vision begins to materialize into reality.


Once the necessary approvals, excluding the Manufactured Certificate of Origin (MCO),are secured, we're ready to Jumpstart the production process. The ADU design transitions seamlessly from paper to production floor, where skilled craftsmen and advanced machinery bring it to life. This stage is characterized by efficiency and precision, with every component meticulously crafted and assembled to exact specifications.


The production timeline is streamlined, typically spanning a month or two, depending on the workload of the factory. Despite its rapid pace, quality is never compromised, as stringent quality control measures ensure that each ADU meets our rigorous standards.


Throughout this phase, close collaboration between our team, the manufacturing facility, and regulatory authorities remains paramount. Any necessary documentation or updates are swiftly addressed to maintain compliance and adherence to building codes. As the ADU takes shape on the production floor, anticipation builds for its eventual delivery to the site. With each passing day, we inch closer to seeing the design come to life, ready to fulfill its purpose as a functional and aesthetically pleasing addition to its surroundings.

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Site Work

Take delivery, finish foundation, complete utility connects, detail the interior, connect HVAC system, then final walk through, and we are done.

Extended 7 year warranty

All of our Factory Built ADU’s offers a 7 year warranty! Have any questions? We are an e-mail or phone call away.

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