Traditional homes are subject to the local buildings codes and to the local zoning regulations.
Can be customized to the owners preferences. Sometime developers will buy large plots of land, divide it into smaller plots and build 'identical' homes next to each other. You can also hire an architect to design your home according to your preference or purchase home plans online and then hire a contractor to follow those plans.
Since they are built on-site in all types of weather the quality of the product varies greatly. Research has shown that traditional homes are more likely to require repairs and higher maintenance costs.
Traditional homes will increase in value over time. They can be improved and expanded to accommodate new owners preferences.
The normal timeframe is several months. Since all construction occurs on site, work projects can not start until the previous project is completed. The work schedule is dependent on the weather conditions.
The appearance can be customized to the home owners preference. Traditional homes can accommodate any architectural preference.
The most costly building process which requires almost the entire house to be custom constructed. It will require more people which will take more time since they do not work on the same type of house everyday. It is also vulnerable to weather delays and vandalism costs. This process is most likely to result in damaged building products like warped wood from rain exposure.
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