TruexCullins Goes PreFab

by Lee Grutchfield, May 21, 2010

In a recent article in the Champlain Business Journal, we talked about current trends toward building smaller homes that we have experienced in our residential practice.  We also showed a couple of images of smaller homes we’ve worked on, one of them was in fact a model of a prototype for what we’ve been calling our prefab homes.  These smaller, (2000 sf +/-) energy efficient homes could be built either on site in traditional fashion, or made in more controlled conditions and brought to the site in modules.
Our intention is to offer the design and construction drawings of these homes at a fixed price, for folks who feel they might otherwise not be able to afford traditional architectural services for a custom designed home.
Since the posting yesterday we have received requests for more images and so have included them here.  Please have a look and let us know what you all think.
Lee Grutchfield, AIA

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