Oct. 20, 2011
-- Modular homes also known as factory built homes are prefabricated structures that are manufactured under climate controlled environment. The structures are later assembled on the construction site. This process lowers the time significantly needed to construct homes. Modular homes are built in as less as 90 days. Needless to say, the shorter span of construction ensures superior savings in terms of building costs. Furthermore, owing to the lower construction time, interest generated in case of construction loans and mortgages will be low either.
Benefits of modular homes are however not only limited to short span of construction. Being built in a controlled environment, construction can be taken up and completed in any season. The factory built homes are more rigid in built in comparison to traditionally built homes. Hence, these are highly resistant to any kind of deterioration. Furthermore, manufacturing inside a factory ensures that these homes are subject to stringent quality checks. Due to sturdy construction, these homes are highly insulated towards outside temperature. This vital feature especially benefits to those countries which face intense winters.
A home builder makes use of high quality steel in the construction process. Being an alloy, steel is highly resistant to corrosion. Steel is 80% recyclable which means that when the building demolishes, chances of accumulation of building material over the surface are low. This makes @(http://www.freeportindustries.ca/
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Environment friendly and high return on investment, these homes have gained steady preference in several countries such as USA, UK and Australia.
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