Basic Facts to Know About Modular Homes

What is a modular home?

A modular home is one that is built indoors in a factory setting. The finished home is then covered and transported to its new location, where it’s assembled by a builder. A modular home is not the same as a mobile home; it is simply a home that is built off-site, rather than on-site.

How are modular homes different from houses built on-site?

Because modular homes are built indoors, they can be finished in a matter of a few weeks, as opposed to several months or even years. These homes don’t see typical on-site delays caused by Florida weather. Modular homes must also follow rules and building codes that often surpass those of on-site homes.

Do all modular homes look alike?

Contrary to popular opinion, modular homes do not all look alike. Modular homes have no design limitations unlike purchasing an already constructed home. You can create any style of modular home you wish with hundreds of options to choose from.

Building a modular home means that you can build the house you’ve always wanted with half of the trouble that comes with constructing one on-site. For more information about building your next dream home with plenty of options to pick from or to schedule an appointment with Cactus Land Holdings click here or call (352) 408-0306.

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