Building Homes On An Assembly Line

Cars have become mass-produced and a lot more affordable thanks to the production line. Much of the work done there is now done by machines to ensure a minimum of errors and a faster delivery time.

The same sort of approach is now being taken with housing, with panels and modules being built in a factory setting before being shipped off to their new location where they are all pieced together to make a beautiful new home.

This prefab style of home building is becoming far more popular nowadays as people realize just how much money they can save by using this method to build.

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  1. Amedar Consulting Group on January 31, 2013 at 5:15 pm

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  2. Robert Braunschweig on March 2, 2013 at 11:17 pm

    Good Morning,

    I want my next home to be a panelized (factory built) home. I want more than just the framing though. I want the outside steathing installed, all electrical boxes installed and holes for the wires drilled and where possible, run some of the electrical wires. I am looking at getting some home plans but please send me the pricing for one of your 3,500 sq foot homes.

    Thanking you in advance for your help.

    Kind Regards,

    Robert Braunschweig

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