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1 Building Spec, Site & Situation
2 External Finish
3 Users to Raving Fans
4 Internal Fitout
5 The Wintech Promise
  • Building Spec, Site and Situation

    The very first step deals with the basics of site, size and services for your consideration:

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  • Tell us a bit about your chosen site

  • Is your site rural, industrial, commercial, school, woodland. Have you got any site drawings, specs or indeed site photos to help us build the best picture we can to give you the very best advice. Read More

    The site is really important, as it is the home for your bespoke modular project. Let us know any details in the box below.

  • What is the building size, have you established the ideal footprint?

  • Do you know what space (footprint) your building will occupy? Any drawings, photos or sketches are useful so feel free to upload. If you have not yet plotted this out just say so in the text box below. Read More

    All our buildings are bespoke but to guide you buildings from 3m wide and up to 12 metres long and 3m high (or 3.5 with an apex roof) are subject to standard structural engineering calculations so we would always advise that wherever possible you work within these building dimensions. However, we all know life doesn’t always work to plan and we have built buildings of every configuration hence our “bespoke” tagline.

    Planning permission – have you sort this already, if not check our our blog on obtaining local authority planning permission here?

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  • Services or heat, light and power

  • Electricity will power your lights and sockets but have you enough to power your heating and hot water too? Read More

    Our general rule of thumb is that more than 2 showers needs a big electricity supply and we recommend a 3-phase electricity supply to ensure that you can run at capacity. Don’t risk complaints about hot water and the stress of issues with failing electrics as the user experience.

    A popular alternative to installing 3-phase is to go with LPG for your hot water and heating, keeping your small electricity supply for lighting and sockets. 2 bottles of LPG are made available with automated change over valves fitted as standard so there is no risk of running out of gas. When one bottle is empty it automatically switches to the other bottle and it is quite clear when this takes place and the empty bottle can simply be removed and replaced.

    Mains gas is always an option but to get it to supply the building usually means dealing with utility companies to organise providing service to the plot and their huge associated costs for this often makes this prohibitive.

    We would need water supply and draining system to connect to on installation.

  • Site Access

  • Issues to consider for installation of a Wintech Modular Building - we will go through all this on a site visit but here is a quick checklist for assessing your access: Read More

    Issues to consider for installation of a modular build:

    • How accessible is the proposed site?
    • Are there overhead lines?
    • Are there trees overhead?
    • Are there any sharp bends or narrow, light bridges en-route or indeed on site?
    • Entrance size?
    • Ground conditions – including the time of year the work is being completed. Trackway is expensive but you do need to consider if it needs to be used.
    • Will there be the need to travel on pavement slabs – the weight of the lorries breaks them so the use of pavements needs to be avoided if at all possible.
    • Will the use of a crane be required – again we cannot put a crane on a pavement.