Prefabrication is a relatively new way to build structures, and like many new things, you’ll hear mixed opinions about it. What people don’t like about it varies.
It ranges from the limited customisation you can do on a module, the space you need to transport portions of your facility, or the potential difficulty in getting a loan for a modular home.
While prefabrication has its flaws, there are reasons why they’re growing in popularity. Now, let’s talk about the handful of advantages of prefabricated homes.
Prefabricated homes are factory-built, which allows the construction and foundation work to complete off-site. This strategic and simultaneous construction reduces the project’s duration compared to traditional construction.