That's odd....this company doesn't exist and I never worked(work) for them?Virtually none of that is true. BUt it's pretty easy to prove - a simple drive around will show that construction sites still have people hammering and nailing the wood frames together. So.. sadly you're wrong.
Then why bring them up?That's odd....this company doesn't exist and I never worked(work) for them?
I'm sure every employee down to the janitor thinks he understand the intimate workings of a company and it's customers.I know how long shit takes and how it's fucking done because I fucking do it.
Not a word in that video claiming it's radically cheaper. Imagine that. And look at the time it's taking - what happened to getting a wall completed in before a framer could get his pouch on?!? - that sure turned out to be bullcrap didn't itLet's modern it up by a decade.
That's the first believable thing you've said in a while.Gee, I've never ran a business in my life let alone construction.
Habitat for humanity can't actually build a home in 2 days. Sorry. But i love that you've now got total construction time down from 90 days to 2 ROFLMAO - keep going, pretty quick we'll be putting together entire buildings in an afternoon like the jetsons HAHAHAHAHAHabit for Humanity can build a fully finished house in a weekend but a modern building company can't?
Oh fuck off, of course it cheaper and quicker you fucking idiot and yes a 4 plex can be occupied in 90 days.Not a word in that video claiming it's radically cheaper. Imagine that. And look at the time it's taking - what happened to getting a wall completed in before a framer could get his pouch on?!? - that sure turned out to be bullcrap didn't it
And i'm not seeing any of the wiring, or plumbing or even the holes for it in that video - hmmmmm.
Like i said - we've had modular homes and the like for decades now. We know the costs, benefits and lack of benefits.
Sorry - if you thought you could go to these guys with the plans for a 4plex and they'd be able to have you in occupancy in 90 days you're nuts.
DUDE! Think about how that sounds before you write it like thatKid? I wish.
THat's an issue, but the other issue is that there just aren't enough. Even if it only cost 100 dollars to build a new home - if there's 10 homes and 100 people the homes sell at over a million.This is an infill house that sells for in excess of $700,000 so how is this going to help those who need housing? The issue is that cities (just like in the U.S.) are making regulations on housing that makes it ore expensive for developers and that no one wants to purchase. They're unaffordable so how does that help the homeless? Edmonton is not considered an "expensive" city to live in compared to say a Toronto or Vancouver. So this is Edmonton's solution. Not sure that it's working but there it is.
Custom homes? 3000, 4000, 5000, 6000 sqft.According to some of the local regina custom home builders it takes between 10 - 16 months just for the construction
Doesn't say that anywhere.Custom homes? 3000, 4000, 5000, 6000 sqft.
Yes - i'm sure all of them would love to have one. Who wouldn't.I'd like to meet these immigrants wanting custom homes upon arrival.
Common are they?