Prefabrication: save time and energy on your construction projects

Do you need to complete your project quickly? Are you looking for solutions to optimise its execution? If so, why not opt for prefabrication? It is the ideal process to achieve your construction with peace of mind.


Prefabrication: definition

Prefabrication is the method of assembling components off-site before they are transported to a construction site to be installed.

All components are designed in advance and put together on site. This saves considerable time and space, particularly when you require large numbers of similar parts.

Prefabrication is used for several types of parts and components:

  • window frames,
  • doors,
  • HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning)…

In the case of HVAC, the system can be directly customised, manufactured, and tested.

Prefabrication: everything to gain

Prefabrication has many advantages. It:

  • reduces handling,
  • reduces risks and lifting,
  • saves space (less bulky materials in storage).

Prefabrication is especially beneficial for construction sites in urban areas. By choosing this method, you minimise the amount of truck traffic transporting the material. Further, the crane won’t have to be kept stationary throughout the construction process.

Securing your project

Prefabrication allows you to pool contracts. Maintenance is simplified : get a single point of contact for any issues you might have.
It also guarantees product or system performance. At Aalberts HFC, our specialist teams ensure that quality is always high.


Whether you’re building factories or private houses, Aalberts hydronic flow control experts recommend prefabrication for any project. To find out more about the various ways we can implement prefabrication, use this link to find out more and contact us.

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