Prefabricated homes are treated as traditional homes and must follow the local building codes and regulations. Also it must follow local zoning regulations.
No construction occurs until the homeowners picks the design. Most builders provide sample plans to help guide you in your customization. Prefabricated homes are normally highly customized in their interior and exterior appearances. In some cases it is even possible to have your personal architect design a home and then forward the plans to you prefabricated building center.
These homes are built in a climate controlled factory using high quality materials and more precise building techniques that are capable inside a factory. Prefabricated homes are intentional designed with additional insulation and other energy savings to reduce your maintenance costs.
Prefabricated homes increase in value over time. Once they are completed it is near impossible to tell the difference between traditionally built homes and prefabricated homes. These homes can also be improved or expanded.
This normal timeframe is 8-14 weeks. There are some time savings since construction can begin in the factory at the same time your foundation is being created on your site. Also weather has almost little to no impact on the schedule.
Appearance can be the same as any traditional site-built home. You can add any style of window, door, wall or architectural feature you prefer. Once completed you can not tell the difference between prefabricated and traditional homes.
It enjoys the benefits of assembly-line building. In a manufacturing factory. This removes delays caused by the weather and vandalism damages. This more efficient process reduces the cost when compared to traditional homes.
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