As an industry that has remained notoriously stagnant in the face of embracing new technology, LINQ was created to buck the trend of reusing old processes and instead embrace the full technological innovation that the last twenty years has had to offer. As such, it has focused on finding not only the most cost-effective way to deliver high quality homes, but furthermore how to do it while causing minimal impact to the environment.
While most of us likely live in a house made of brick and mortar, the future very much belongs to prefabricated construction. As a system of construction, it ensures several major benefits, starting with the quality of output.
Whereas your typical house will be built onsite, regardless of the weather conditions, which can vary from scorching heat and dust through to icy rain, LINQ’s houses are built in the consistent environment of a temperature-controlled warehouse, meaning a higher level of attention to detail to joints, filtration systems, insulation and energy efficiency. A controlled environment also means a increased accuracy meaning less waste, which again is a win for reducing material waste and ultimately the environment.
Thanks to this format, construction is not only made a lot easier for site teams, but a lot safer by reducing the hours required on site. By manufacturing the primary components from the warehouse; project installation becomes a far quicker process, meaning developers are able to gain significant cost efficiencies.
In summary, prefabrication is not only great for our environment, but also leads to higher quality outputs and a financial model that works for everyone.