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What you need to know:

If you have done any research into other prefab home building companies, you may have experienced difficulty evaluating which services they provide, what exactly is included in their prices and which areas of the project you will be responsible for completing with separate contractors.

With evoDOMUS, the simple answer is that we deliver and assemble the modules and your local general contractor takes it from there. However, the longer answer is that our homes are individually created and highly customized, so how much we are able to do in the factory will depend on the design of the home. For example, if your kitchen is contained within one module, it is possible that we can install it in the factory, but if it spans two modules, it must be installed on-site. We can usually lay tile on the bathroom floors, since they are smaller rooms and self-contained, but larger expanses of flooring throughout the home are normally installed after the modules are delivered, so that there are no seams between them. Regardless of the specifics of your project, we draw up a detailed document for you and the local contractor so that the division of labor and cost is very clear. We want everyone associated with the build to understand what they will be responsible for at the outset so that things go as smoothly as possible.

The cost of an evoDOMUS home varies with the size, complexity and specifications since we do not sell designs off the shelf. Typically, our modules range from $175 -$225 per square foot. Finished costs, with the local contractor’s charges factored in, typically range from $325-$400 per square foot. Having said that, costs for some of the more luxurious designs with extensive amounts of glass, complex structures, or expensive fixtures can be significantly higher. Building in remote mountain locations or on islands can also affect costs, because the transport portion of the job is higher. Final costs depend on the specific circumstances, the design and your selections. West Coast prices can be significantly higher, ranging between $375 and $500 per square foot, due to local labor costs, shipping and travel. ($200 - $275 for modules respectively.) 

We do not include the costs for permits, third party engineering, such as land surveying, civil engineering and geotechnical engineering in our pricing.  These are client responsibilities.