Build Through the Winter with Modular Construction
Throughout the Northeast, conventional home construction usually stops from January to March. This is due to three reasons: (1) winter weather impact on exposed building materials, (2) seasonal labor shortages of carpenters/framers, and (3) half of New Jersey's construction industry is vacationing in Florida! With modular construction however, you can avoid these problems and build all year round.
Up to 80% of any modular project is completed in the factory. This means that the building materials we use are never exposed to damaging weather elements like rain and snow. This results in a stronger finished build and also significantly reduces the future risk of developing mold inside the structure. Once the modules are ready for delivery, they are tightly wrapped in a weather resistant cover and arrive on the job site completely protected.
Unlike conventional builders, modular factories have a team of full-time carpenters and other craftsmen working all year around. Once the modules are assembled onsite, our team is then able to complete the remaining 20% of the work almost entirely inside the modules. This largely eliminates the frequent weather delays found with conventional, stick-built construction and helps ensure the project in completed on time.