something like this is what they are looking at.
I'm on my first kit home, panelised, prebuilt walls from Viceroy in Canada. This house has by far been my worst headache in building. While the company preaches that it goes up a min. 25% faster than conventional framing I'm finding the opposite. Way too many glitches in the how the computer frames the panels & everytime you need to make a correction involves pulling the nails on the sheathing. Way too many hinge points too be considered good design. I can see the advantage for a crew who specializes in these but I still don't see the value for the homeowner or builder who stands behind his work.
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