Single House Development
A stand-alone house (also called a single-detached dwelling) is a free-standing residential building. Single House is the most traditional type of housing in Western society, with a rich history and cultural heritage. Due to its excellent privacy, value preservation and value-added traits, it has always been highly sought after.
Whether it’s building a new home or remodeling a single house, there is a set of rigorous specifications and processes in Canada that need to be followed. From the pre-project planning, project approval, architectural design, concrete construction and project acceptance, there are effective actions and standards to ensure the normal development of the project. Specific to construction, these steps usually include:
- Project evaluation and site preparation
- Door and window
- Side line
- Hydraulic pipeline
- Gypsum board
- Bathroom, kitchen
- Carpet and floor
- List of legacy issues, etc.
Due to strict professionalism to each segment, professional subcontractors are the must in this industry. For example, the frame is usually completed by a subcontractor specializing in the frame, and the roof is completed by a completely different subcontractor specializing in this area. Each subcontractor is an independent company. All subcontractors are coordinated by the contractor responsible for the supervision and are responsible for completing the on time and on budget with the assurance of quality.