Prefab Kit Packages

Our Prefab Kit Packages are panelized systems that are delivered to your site in pre-built sections. Nelson's automated factories provide you with precision panelized wall, roof, and floor components to expedite and simplify the building process of your new home.

What's Included

Our kits include pre-cut floor trusses, panelized walls (pre-built and ready to stand up), engineered roof trusses, windows, exterior finish, shingles, insulation, and drywall. You can also add cabinets, floor coverings and more. Delivery is included in the Prefab Kit Package price.

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Prefabricated Home Package Advantages

Our Prefab Kit Packages consist of everything you need to get your home to the secure lock-up stage and beyond.

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Efficient Build

Our Prefab Kit Packages are designed to make building a new home more efficient. It is a convenient, one-stop service, where our team of experts handle all of the major details.

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Fast Solution

Independent research shows that a Prefab Kit Package requires 60% less framing time than an on-site built home. We guarantee that the Prefab Kit Package price will not change when the home package is delivered within 6 months of placing your order.

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On-Site Assembly

Depending on your Prefab Kit Packages building location, we can have one of our Authorized Dealers assemble it, recommend Nelson-certified trades in your area, or you have the option to assemble the prefab home package yourself.

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Top Quality

Nelson's manufacturing adheres to strict building standards and codes; industry experts carefully inspect all prefabricated components several times before delivering to customer sites.

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Efficient Build

Our Prefab Kit Packages are designed to make building a new home more efficient. It is a convenient, one-stop service, where our team of experts handle all of the major details.

prefab home nelson homes prebuilt modular ready to move homes.jpg

Fast Solution

Independent research shows that a Prefab Kit Package requires 60% less framing time than an on-site built home. We guarantee that the Prefab Kit Package price will not change when the home package is delivered within 6 months of placing your order.

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On-Site Assembly

Depending on your Prefab Kit Packages building location, we can have one of our Authorized Dealers assemble it, recommend Nelson-certified trades in your area, or you have the option to assemble the prefab home package yourself.

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Top Quality

Nelson's manufacturing adheres to strict building standards and codes; industry experts carefully inspect all prefabricated components several times before delivering to customer sites.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are some specific benefits of building a prefab kit package with Nelson Homes?

  1. Prefabricated kit packages require 60% less framing time than an on-site built home.
  2. Prefab kit homes are built by skilled industry professionals in specialized factories across northwestern and central USA.
  3. Because prefab kit homes are built in a factory, they aren’t exposed to the elements and are not compromised by changes in weather (ex. less warping and twisting).
  4. Pre-built panelized systems produce less waste on-site, reduce on-site theft, and minimize on-site damage.

What are your service areas in the United States?

Our dealer network of home building enthusiasts supplies prefabricated kit packages for residential & commercial projects across the northwestern and central United States.

This includes Montana, Washington, California, Alaska, Idaho, Missouri, Wyoming, and Colorado. Our dealer network is expanding into new states every year.

Is the construction of a prefab home different from a home built on a site?

Yes. Prefab kit packages are constructed in a factory and then transported in pre-built sections to the home building site.

Nelson’s dealers provide you with pre-cut floor trusses, panelized walls (pre-built and ready to stand up), engineered roof trusses, windows, exterior finish, shingles, insulation, and drywall.

Are your prefab house plans customizable?

Yes! Our entire house plan collection is fully customizable. Nelson Homes can modify any existing Nelson home plan, design a complete custom home, or work from your architectural blueprints.

How do you save money using our prefab construction method?

Prefab kit packages are more affordable than site-built homes. The primary reason these kit packages are constructed in one place is that it allows for controlled production costs.

Prefab kit packages are built inside a factory and therefore are also typically built in a fraction of the time a site-built home is. There are fewer delays and unforeseen costs. The savings on construction costs are passed on to the consumer.

Other benefits include:

  1. Less labor is required to put the house up.
  2. Shorter overall construction time frame.
  3. Guaranteed price upfront; there are no-cost overruns.
  4. Reduced cleanup cost at the job site.
  5. Reduced material waste.
  6. Reduced job-site theft.

I’ve seen online that Nelson Homes builds ready to move “RTM” homes. Are your RTMs available for delivery in the United States?

At this time, Nelson Homes is only offering ready to move homes to Canadian residents living in Alberta and Saskatchewan.

Our online house plan collection is ONLY available as prefabricated kit packages to USA residents. Prefab kit packages are built with the same Nelson quality as ready to move homes.

Does my Nelson prefab kit package include interior finishing materials such as cabinets and tiles?

Prefab kit packages for USA residents will include pre-cut floor trusses, panelized walls (pre-built and ready to stand up), engineered roof trusses, windows, exterior finish, shingles, insulation, and drywall.

USA residents will not receive interior finishing products in their Nelson prefab kit package.

Does Nelson Homes build my prefab kit package foundation?

Clients will need to find their own foundation contractor for their Nelson kit package.

Do you have to be a builder to puchase a kit package?

No. Clients do not have to be a small or large-scale builder to purchase a kit package. However, residential clients will need to find a local contractor to assemble the prefab kit or build the package yourself.

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What are some specific benefits of building a prefab kit package with Nelson Homes?

  1. Prefabricated kit packages require 60% less framing time than an on-site built home.
  2. Prefab kit homes are built by skilled industry professionals in specialized factories across northwestern and central USA.
  3. Because prefab kit homes are built in a factory, they aren’t exposed to the elements and are not compromised by changes in weather (ex. less warping and twisting).
  4. Pre-built panelized systems produce less waste on-site, reduce on-site theft, and minimize on-site damage.

What are your service areas in the United States?

Our dealer network of home building enthusiasts supplies prefabricated kit packages for residential & commercial projects across the northwestern and central United States.

This includes Montana, Washington, California, Alaska, Idaho, Missouri, Wyoming, and Colorado. Our dealer network is expanding into new states every year.

Is the construction of a prefab home different from a home built on a site?

Yes. Prefab kit packages are constructed in a factory and then transported in pre-built sections to the home building site.

Nelson’s dealers provide you with pre-cut floor trusses, panelized walls (pre-built and ready to stand up), engineered roof trusses, windows, exterior finish, shingles, insulation, and drywall.

Are your prefab house plans customizable?

Yes! Our entire house plan collection is fully customizable. Nelson Homes can modify any existing Nelson home plan, design a complete custom home, or work from your architectural blueprints.

How do you save money using our prefab construction method?

Prefab kit packages are more affordable than site-built homes. The primary reason these kit packages are constructed in one place is that it allows for controlled production costs.

Prefab kit packages are built inside a factory and therefore are also typically built in a fraction of the time a site-built home is. There are fewer delays and unforeseen costs. The savings on construction costs are passed on to the consumer.

Other benefits include:

  1. Less labor is required to put the house up.
  2. Shorter overall construction time frame.
  3. Guaranteed price upfront; there are no-cost overruns.
  4. Reduced cleanup cost at the job site.
  5. Reduced material waste.
  6. Reduced job-site theft.

I’ve seen online that Nelson Homes builds ready to move “RTM” homes. Are your RTMs available for delivery in the United States?

At this time, Nelson Homes is only offering ready to move homes to Canadian residents living in Alberta and Saskatchewan.

Our online house plan collection is ONLY available as prefabricated kit packages to USA residents. Prefab kit packages are built with the same Nelson quality as ready to move homes.

Does my Nelson prefab kit package include interior finishing materials such as cabinets and tiles?

Prefab kit packages for USA residents will include pre-cut floor trusses, panelized walls (pre-built and ready to stand up), engineered roof trusses, windows, exterior finish, shingles, insulation, and drywall.

USA residents will not receive interior finishing products in their Nelson prefab kit package.

Does Nelson Homes build my prefab kit package foundation?

Clients will need to find their own foundation contractor for their Nelson kit package.

Do you have to be a builder to puchase a kit package?

No. Clients do not have to be a small or large-scale builder to purchase a kit package. However, residential clients will need to find a local contractor to assemble the prefab kit or build the package yourself.