Built Prefab in the News, More on the ALR
Built Prefab in the News
We’ve been getting some press and it has been nice to talk about what we’re doing.
If you’re interested, take a look at the recent BC Business article focusing Built Prefab and our proprietary Build and Price tool, available to the public on our website.
Additionally, here’s a little write up on Prefabium.com.
ALR Deadline Looms – You Are Running Out of Time
Why is this important?
Today, ALR landowners have the ability to build up a 2200 SF secondary residence for farm help or family members that complies with the manufactured homes bulletin issued by the ALC.
However, according to reports, as of December 31, 2020, the max allowable size of a secondary residence on ALR land will be likely reduced to around 1000 SF.
If size matters to you, then you don’t have much time.
What Is the Deadline?
ALR landowners have until December 31, 2020 to receive an approved building permit – approximately 6 months from that date of this writing.
That may seem like ample time, but the building permit process in some locations can be multiple months. Add the time of design, engineering, geotechnical and survey to name a few and that makes your available time even shorter.
What Should I Do?
You should call us right away to discuss your specific circumstances or email us at email@example.com.
If you would like to learn more about options or to discuss your project, get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org or head back to our site at https://builtprefab.com where you can learn more about us, our product, and our process.
Built Prefab is a licenced general contractor that designs and manufactures premium prefab modular homes in Kelowna, British Columbia and ships them across Western Canada.