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Monday,February 1,2021

Construction shop

in Aomori City​

A building that looks like a factory, unlike ordinary houses.
A momentary sunny day in Towada City, which was hit by heavy snow. The light shining through the well-ordered trusses gave us a sense of accomplishment.

PHASE 1: Foundation

Slab construction: Forms are set and an outline of the new home begins to take shape. Underground plumbing is installed and tied into the public sewer system. After a bit of prep work, the slab is poured which creates the foundation for your home.


PHASE 4: Drywall

The drywall phase of home construction shows progress rather quickly. Rooms are separated and divided, giving you the visual effect of each space. Drywall is hung and finished, and the ceilings are insulated. 

PHASE 6: Finish

During this construction phase, kitchen appliances and flooring -  vinyl, ceramic, and hardwood - are installed, and both the interior and exterior of your home are painted. Later in this phase, you'll see carpeting and your yard is finish-graded, seeded or sodded. Finishing touches are added, such as cleaning the windows, floors, baths, kitchen, and so on. 

After your Homeowner Orientation and Closing are conducted, you'll be ready to move-in!

PHASE 2: Framing

Framing is the phase where things really start to take shape. Many homeowners think their home is near completion at the end of this stage. Actually, we are still only about one third of the way through the construction process! So while the phases beyond this one may seem much slower in progress, it's because we are getting into the fine details which may not be apparent but are vital to your finished home.

PHASE 3: Rough Mechanics

"Rough mechanics" is the term used for the mechanical portions of building including heating, air conditioning, plumbing and electric. This construction phase is a swarm of activity as plumbing and indoor sewer pipes, your furnace and ducts, and electric wiring, outlets, and switches are installed.

Insulation is installed in the walls, and drywall is staged in each room for future installation. Water, gas and electric utilities are also connected to your home.

PHASE 5: Interior Finishes

The interior finishing phase is probably one of the most exciting phases. This is when the Builder installs kitchen and bath cabinetry, countertops, mirrors,  interior doors and trim, stair rails, and many other detail features.



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