— The process of constructing a prefabricated house typically consists of two main phases: prefabrication production and on-site installation. The prefabtication production, which involves manufacturing the necessary components of the house, usually takes approximately 2 weeks. This stage encompasses the fabrication of various elements such as walls, floors, ceilings, and other structural components in a controlled factory environment.
Once the prefabtication production is complete, the next step is the on-site installation. This phase generally requires an additional 2 weeks to accomplish, provided that the foundation for the house has been properly prepared.