Prefabricated house assembly is simpler than assembling a puzzle.
The job is to put the home or building components together, that been pre-arranged and numbered at the factory.
Construction is done in a systematic method, making it possible to have both short construction time, and cost-efficiency without drying times.
Light gauge steel frames are subsequently formed into C-section for stud and U-section for track.
The conventional method of building a house is to transport bricks, timber, cement, sand, steel and construction aggregate, etc to the site and to construct the house on site, from these materials.
In prefabricated construction, only the foundations are constructed in this way, by conventional method, while sections of walls, floors and roofs are prefabricated in a factory with window and door frames included, transported to the site, lifted into place and assembled together.
End results are shorter construction time, savings on the materials, fewer trips by construction trucks to the site and less disturbance to the neighborhood.