RESIDENTIAL & ADU PROCESS

The Home Gallery offers unique contemporary designs under the manufactured HUD code. Manufactured homes are built to the same standards as traditional construction and are less expensive due to efficiencies in the factory building process. As the value of California land continues to appreciate, building a beautiful home for much less than a conventionally built house is a straightforward investment. With five designs to choose from, we offer customizable finishes and a simpler custom home building experience whether you are developing land, adding an additional dwelling (guest house or ADU), or recovering from a fire.

At The Home Gallery, we walk you through every step of new homeownership: from pre-construction and financing to ordering your home, delivery, and installation. We have confidence in our team and preferred subcontractors, and are committed to taking care of you throughout the process. Our homes are faster to build and permit as the structural plans are stamped in the factory. The Home Gallery ensures a simpler, more efficient way to build.

With over twenty years of experience working in housing and construction, The Home Gallery was born from a desire to specialize in contemporary manufactured homes. Our team is uniquely positioned to help you create the house of your dreams for a price that eclipses traditional, stick-built homes.

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Private Property Requirements

When purchasing a Home Gallery home for residential properties, whether as a main residence or ADU, there are some important factors to take into consideration before ordering your home. Details such as ​​accessibility for delivery, utilities, grading, house position, and permitting can affect the feasibility of the project.

Permits and requirements can vary per project, and the owner pays all permitting fees. We recommend excellent expeditors that can assist in the permitting process to ensure everything is completed in a timely manner. Below is a list of typical requirements that you can expect to see in the permitting process for residential land, all of which an expeditor can assist with:

Discuss general requirements for your project with the Planning Department.
Hire a soil/geological engineer to prepare soil and percolation reports and seismic, earthquake, or slope stability tests (if applicable).
Hire a civil engineer for a grading permit (if applicable).
Hire a draftsperson or architect to prepare a plot plan.
Obtain zoning clearance from the Planning Department for the proposed project.
Apply for Fire Department review and conditions of approval for the project.
Submit an application for a sewage/septic disposal system (if applicable) to Environmental Health.
Seek grading exemption, soils waiver, or grading permit application if required.
Check if the property is in a flood zone and if additional conditions will apply.
Submit all the above to Building and Safety for plan check.
Upon project approval from all agencies, pay the remainder of all required fees (acreage assessment, water, schools, and fire). A list of fees to be provided at the time of plan check submittal.
Obtain a “Will Serve Letter” from the water purveyor and/or the sanitary district (if new construction).
Obtain Building Permit, and notify the contractor that the permit is approved and ready for issuance.
Home delivered and installed.
Walkthrough for final fixes and finishes.
Move-in!