If you think of your home as a giant puzzle, with each room a small part of it, then you have the basic premise of modular homes.
Rooms are designed and constructed off-site, before being transported to their finished location where the puzzle is put together to create the finished home. The idea may sound a little strange, but it’s one that is very quickly gaining a whole lot of popularity. One of the biggest reasons for that is the fact that it is a good deal more affordable than having a bricks and mortar home built from the ground up, which is always a bonus in this economy.
Mobile homes have long been a great prefabricated housing alternative for those that want to own a home but can’t afford a bricks and mortar building. One of the issues was that the home couldn’t really grow with the family, which is why modular housing is now considered a better alternative.
Since Modular homes are built off site and then pieced together at the new location it helps cut back on labor costs and also means that the owner can have as many rooms made as necessary so that they have all the space that they will ever need as their family continues to grow.