It is never easy to decide whether you want to build or buy a home. Prefabricated homes are becoming increasingly popular due to their many benefits and pros. This home is built off-site and then shipped to the site for assembly.
These are some of its benefits:
Less waste and better for the environment
Many industrial wastes are generated during construction and demolition. With Oregon prefab homes, precise estimations make it possible to reduce waste in homebuilding. Prebuilt homes produce less CO2 than traditional construction methods.
Shorter Construction Time
Usually, traditional home construction takes six months to one year, depending on the following:
- floor area,
- exterior and interior design, and
- financial resources.
However, with prefab homes, it only takes 6-18 weeks, depending on the design and material preference of the client and the building company. Once these preferences are made final, the company goes with the production of the premade unit. After the production and quality check, shipment to the actual location and its assembly follows.
Aside from being environmentally friendly, Arizona prefab homes, just like those in Oregon, are built with energy efficiency.
Quality of Materials and Options
Prebuilt units offer flexibility. These units can be remodeled in various ways to suit your needs. Even though the materials are cheaper than traditional home construction, quality remains a priority.
Pre-manufactured units are made from high-quality materials and are free from weather-induced environmental damage. All of them are manufactured in controlled indoor environments.
To learn more, check out this infographic created by Green Panel.