No delays with transportable homes

No delays with transportable homes
Measures are taken to reduce damage during transport, including double wrapping of building paper between the cladding and cavity system.

With more than 50 years of combined building industry experience, Advance Build has refined a system which is different to group homes, kit set homes or site building.
“This is a new way of building which is easy, exciting, and hassle-free from start to finish,” says Advance Build operations manager Richard Fisher.
“Under cover, factory built, precision construction means greater efficiency, minimal delays, and superb build quality.
“Our clients can use our floor plans or bring in their own, and customise the design, fixtures, and finishes to get exactly what they want.
With one team from start to finish through design, build, permits, installation, and hand over, we take the hassle out of the process for our clients.”
Advance Build has been building transportable homes north of Auckland for more than 10 years, and sending them to locations across Northland.
The company has never missed a deadline, and is able to guarantee practical completion dates due to the precision and accuracy of its factory production system, which ensures less variables as well as absolutely no time delays due to weather.
“Our framing never gets wet, so our house structures are straighter and more durable,” Richard says.
“As well as control over timeframes, building undercover means we have a stringent and accurate quality control program which is a point of difference for us.
“Our labour is our employees, so there are no underpaid subcontractors, and all our employees are experts in one field. The GIB team only does GIB, and the framing guys only do framing. “That results in a better quality product and a faster build time.”
After 10 years in transportable homes, Richard says Advance Build has learned what works and what doesn’t work, and where there is room for improvement.

No delays with transportable homes
Advance Build runs an advanced system building under cover, factory-built homes and transporting them throughout Northland.

“Because our homes are transported, there are always things that can be improved in regards to movement. “Over time, certain measures have been put in place to reduce that risk.”
These include a double wrapping of building paper between the cladding and the cavity system which helps to reduce the risk of cracking due to movement.
Advance Build always implements high quality and trusted products most suited to the Northland environment, and is now using Australia’s number one weatherboard system, Weathertex.
Another point of difference for Advance Build is also along the environmental lines, with the company making minimal rubbish.
No delays with transportable homes
“Other building companies would use three, nine cubic metre rubbish bins per build, but we have reduced that by 50%,” Richard says.
Advance Build’s stress-free building process is complemented by weekly update reports and photos of a client’s build in progress. Clients are also welcome to visit the factory and see their build happening.
The office at the yard, on State Highway 10 at Awanui, doubles as an Oasis 1 display home where clients can see the quality of a standard Advance Build home, the appliances
used, and the upgrades available.
Two more display homes, a Mission 3 and a Vista 3, are available to view in Warkworth and Kerikeri respectively.
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