1. What is a prefabricated house?

A prefab (prefabricated) house is a type of construction where various components of a house are manufactured in a factory setting and then transported to the construction site for assembly. These components, often referred to as "panels," are pre-designed and pre-engineered, offering a quicker and more efficient building process.

2. Are prefab houses durable?

Yes, our prefab houses are designed to be durable and structurally sound. The materials used are high-quality and chosen for their longevity. STECO CENTAR prefab houses undergo rigorous testing, such as blow-door tests, and quality control procedures to ensure they meet or exceed building standards.

3. Can prefab houses be customized?

Yes, we offer a range of customization options for our models as well as building a house by Your own project. While certain design elements are standardized for efficiency, you can often choose from various finishes, layouts, and features to tailor the home to your preferences and needs.

4. How long does it take to build a prefab house?

The construction time for a prefab house is shorter than traditional construction methods. Depending on the complexity of the design, a prefab house can be produced in 90-120 days and assembled on-site in a matter of a couple of weeks. This shorter timeline is due to the parallel processes of manufacturing components and site preparation.

5. Are prefab houses eco-friendly?

Our prefab houses are designed with sustainability in mind. The controlled factory environment allows for better resource management and waste reduction during construction. Additionally, our prefab houses often incorporate energy-efficient features, such as mineral wool insulation and energy-efficient windows, to reduce energy consumption.

6. Can prefab houses withstand different climates?

Yes, prefab houses can be engineered to withstand various climates, including extreme cold or hot conditions. We take regional climate factors into account during design and construction, ensuring that the house is well-insulated, and weatherproofed.

7. Are prefab houses cheaper than traditional houses?

Prefab houses can offer cost savings compared to traditional construction methods. The controlled factory environment reduces material waste and labor costs. However, the overall cost will depend on factors like design complexity, customization, site preparation, and location.

8. Do prefab houses meet building codes and regulations?

Yes, we design and engineer our homes to meet local building codes and regulations.

9. Can I finance a prefab house like a traditional home?

Yes, many financial institutions offer financing options for prefab houses similar to traditional homes. However, it's recommended to check with your bank or lender to understand the specific terms and conditions for prefab home financing.

10. Are prefab houses permanent structures?

Yes, our prefab houses are designed to be permanent structures, just like conventionally built homes. They are built to last and can provide a comfortable and durable living environment for many years.

11. Are prefab houses earthquake resistant?

Our Steco Centar prefab houses are designed with a strong focus on earthquake resistance. Our engineering team employs advanced techniques, quality materials, and thorough testing to ensure that our houses can withstand seismic forces effectively. We adhere to local seismic regulations and customize designs as needed for different seismic zones. You can trust that a Steco Centar prefab house offers a high level of earthquake resistance for your peace of mind.