Prefab Wednesday – The JoT House By Yeh & Jerrard LLC.

August 29, 2007

From passive solar design, sustainably harvested wood and full construction in about a week, the JoT house makes for a great prefab house. The JoT house can be built for as little as $100 per square foot, so for the 1500 square foot house, you are looking at $150,000…Not bad in the world of prefab!

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The house comes with everything except the roof system, but I don’t really know what that means. It doesn’t come with a roof? They do discuss the roof in the construction process, so I am not sure. It looks like the house can be built anywhere due to its super-insulated panels and construction process, which is good. The floors are cork tiles (concrete is optional) and kitchen and bath fixtures are from IKEA (great “green” company).

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Overall, even though their website does not have a lot of information on it, I love this house. It’s sleek modern lines, affordability and “green-ness” make it a good option for those looking for a modern prefab house. I just wish their site had more info on it so I could learn even more about it!

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Why is it called the JoT house? ‘Cause the first ones were built in Joshua Tree, California and the name stuck!

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