Hybrid Prefab Homes
Hybrid buildings are built with the same materials and to the same building codes and architectural specifications as traditional construction. After delivery of the wet and dry modules the remainder of the structure is built on site, creating a unique final building footprint, sided and roofed, completing what once assembled, is virtually indistinguishable from a site-built counterpart.
As owners and designers look for more sustainable designs for improved environmental impact, prefab construction is inherently a natural fit. Building the key modules in a controlled environment reduces waste. This, along with improved quality management throughout the construction process as well as significantly less on-site activity and disturbance to site-built housing, inherently promotes sustainability while offering a unique end result of a high quality, unique, innovative, efficient, cost-effective, and sophisticated structure, completed in a much shorter of time than traditional construction.
“We’ve purchased three homes now from Marcin. He’s always been professional, friendly and has made our needs a top priority. I have and will continue to recommend him to anyone looking for a modular home.”
“Sam and I were very satisfied with the incredible support we received from Otis. Having no previous experience in building a home we needed a lot of education and support to get us through what can appear to many people as a daunting project. From the first time we met Otis we could sense his honesty and integrity and was impressed with his knowledge and many years of experience.”
“Best product, best service, great, really great people. Still can’t believe this type of people still exist.”
“I’m happy to share the very positive customer experience we had with Otis Orsburn. My spouse and I had been looking at properties in Napa Valley and ended up buying a lot in Calistoga, CA. I can say without hesitation that it was because of Otis’ expertise, professionalism, friendliness, and overall customer service that we opted to go with a prefab home.”