Rain, rain, go away!
The answer is YES you can build a home in almost any kind of weather. The key to building a home in bad weather is getting the foundation installed and the house up and out of the ground before the onset of extended rainy or bitter cold weather.
At Gulf and Bay Constructors, Inc., we often recommend high-performance modular structures for single-family or multi-family residences with modern building methods that allow your home to be built indoors in a secure factory setting under the same building codes as traditional site-built construction. Stick building walls at the site in bad weather is slow, dangerous and hard on the carpenters and other subcontractors. Since the foundation is built on your lot at the same time that the home is built in the factory, the home can be transported to the site as soon as it is finished. Since most modular home structures are built in a controlled and environmentally protected facility, after transport to the building site they can be set and made weather tight in one day.
The real key to building in bad weather is to hire a builder with the equipment and experience to handle extreme conditions. When you hire Gulf & Bay, you join forces with a talented general contractor familiar with all aspects of home building and 30 plus years of valuable knowledge and experience.
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