Modular construction is simply a method of construction, NOT a type of home. It offers a more efficient and precise way to build, elevating the entire building process to a higher standard.
That’s because this method adheres to higher construction standards by law, while also offering time and budget savings with tremendous design flexibility.
And modern modular homes conform to the same building codes as site built, or site constructed homes.
Built on an assembly line by skilled craftsmen like electricians, plumbers, and carpenters, these artisans work in an environment free from changing weather conditions, and with state-of-the-art equipment.
Advantages of Factory Built Homes
Because these homes are constructed in a controlled environment, there is increased work flow organization, and it streamlines the entire construction process.
Another huge plus is that building materials are protected from weather, never exposed to harsh outdoor conditions.
Each of the sections on the assembly line are also weather-protected. When the time comes to ship to your lot, it’s loaded onto a truck and driven to the site.
From there, a crane sets the sections in place while skilled tradesmen complete the finishing touches.
Modular homes are available in all styles from the modern to the traditional to a blend in-between thanks so Computer Aided Design (CAD).
And finishing choices? They include all the popular amenities like solid surface countertops, tile showers, and hardwood floors.
Learn more about the tremendous advantages of modular construction, their superior quality, as well as the custom design opportunities.
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