Deltec Homes, high-performance prefabricated homes, introduced their line of homes specifically targeted to do-it-yourselfers. Using the same material and prefabrication method as their custom homes, the DIY Collection consists of predesigned, standardized home packages ready to go straight to production, eliminating design fees and reducing lead time.
â€œMore and more we hear about people acting as their own builder in order to either save money or fulfill a life-long dream,â€ said Steve Linton, president of Deltec Homes. â€œThe DIY Collection makes it a lot easier by offering set floorplans and features, allowing customers to start building much quicker.â€
The DIY Collection has four round models and nine total floorplan variations. Sizes range from 800 to 1,700 square feet and prices from $32,000 to $84,000. The home package includes a roof, floor and wall system, overhang, pre-installed windows and Typar weather barrier, full set of drawings and construction manual. Upgrades such as pre-installed and pre-painted siding, garages and decks are available to add.
Once the homeowner selects the model, windows and siding colors, the home is prefabricated at Deltecâ€™s manufacturing facility in Asheville, N.C. and delivered to the jobsite in six to eight weeks. Each panel is cut to exact measurements and assembled like a kit, making it easy for those with very little building experience. The average Deltec shell is assembled in five to seven days.
â€œAside from significant savings in construction costs, building your own home enables you to be in complete control and go at your own pace. Not to mention the feeling of accomplishment once itâ€™s complete,â€ said Linton.
Deltec plans to expand the line to include tiny homes, ranging from 300 to 500 square feet, later this year.
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Deltec Homes is an award-winningÂ prefabricatedÂ home manufacturer based out of Asheville, N.C. Founded in 1968, Deltec offers round, traditional andÂ modernÂ prefabricated home kits that are best known for their energy efficiency, flexible floor plans, hurricaneÂ and high wind resistance.
To learn more about Deltec Homes, visitÂ www.deltechomes.com