In order to verify in advance whether or not our prefab units will be eligible for a building permit at your end we may encourage you to contact your local Building Authority as to find out whether suhc an imported wooden prefab house shall comply with the local building codes and requirements and/or comply with special import regulations. If such is indeed the case you may need to ask the following questions.
|1.||Would it be acceptable if the wooden prefab house complies with the IBC 2009 (USA International Building Code 2009).
If the answer is affirmative we will be able to supply, however, if the answer is negative whereas the house shall comply with the local building codes we may not be able to supply.
|2.||Are there restrictions to the use of particular hardwoods originated from Indonesia.
If the answer is yes you need to find out which wood species are prohibited.
|3.||Shall the wood be FSC Certified.
If the answer is yes, you will not be able to import any wooden house from Indonesia, since not one supplier in Indonesia has an FSC Certificate in place with a chain of custody to the first supplier; the felling concession.