Kodumaja builds from prefabricated modules. A prefab module is a spatial part of a building, the floor, walls and ceiling of which were pre-assembled in the factory. One prefab module may include several smaller rooms. Since a prefab module is a closed element, it is possible to complete the following at the factory:
As a rule, dimensions of Kodumaja prefab modules are within the following limits:
Factory-produced prefab modules are transported to a construction site and mounted on the foundation to form a single building. Trucks and ships are used for transportation.
A building may consist of several prefab modules. As a rule, buildings have the following number of prefab modules:
The typical weight of a prefab module: 8-16 tons.
Time required mounting one prefab module on a completed foundation: 20-60 minutes.
In the case of multi-storey houses Kodumaja's site team is able to mount: 15-30 prefab modules a day.
See more about the production and construction process in photographs: Process in pictures
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