boggy13
  Prefabricated Homes , a good ideea for you and your family
 
 Prefabricated homes are a great option for anyone building a home and looking for an affordable option. Prefab homes often have a certain connotation associated with them. However, they are built just like any other home with quality materials. They are manufactured off site and shipped either in pieces or as a whole piece. In addition to quality, prefab homes are fully customizable and can accommodate almost any size family. Due to advances in modern technology, it is also quicker to set up a prefab home, because all you need is a piece of property to put it on and it is quickly assembled. In fact many of these homes construction can be completed in 2-3 months time. These homes may also be your best bet for value in a time when property values are decreasing due to a slow economy.
Prefab homes are buildings that are manufactured off-site in advance of a build, sometimes as a whole but usually in sections or modules that can easily be shipped and assembled. The particular methods of prefab housing lends itself to both traditional and ultra modern designs so a buyer can usually find what they are looking for.
Prefabricated buildings are built under guidelines but the rules and regulations are not as strict or long winded as conventional construction. This can allow a buyer to purchase a plot of land and construct a home in a matter of weeks, a fraction of the time it would take to even have initial paperwork approved for a conventional building.
Modular refers to a method of building a home, rather than a type of home. A modular home can be built in a factory from a stock modular home plan or from a customized plan, to the state, local or regional codes of where the home will be set up. Modular homes have not typically experienced the zoning restrictions and discriminative ordinances applicable to manufactured and mobile homes.
 
  Aujourd'hui sont déjà 10 visiteurs (94 hits) Ici!  
 
=> Veux-tu aussi créer une site gratuit ? Alors clique ici ! <=