What are Manufactured Homes & What Makes them Special?

May is National Home Improvement Month, so why not go the extra mile and begin the process of building an entirely new home?! With manufactured homes, it’s a whole lot easier than you might think. As builders of manufactured homes in Springfield, the experts at Carbide Construction would like to discuss some of the many benefits of investing in a manufactured home and define them a bit further for you. That way, when considering a new modular home for you and your family, you can take all of these many great factors into account.

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Prefab homes are built in a factory. And because these homes are built in this type of setting, there is less waste when building them and not as many construction materials left over to go into landfills. Manufactured homes are also generally seen as more sturdy and energy efficient than almost any other type of home available today. They are built to be able to withstand being transported to the construction site.

One of the main advantages of manufactured homes is that they generally do not have the same scheduling delays as a traditional stick built homes. And, because manufactured homes are built in a factory, there is no need to worry about the weather delaying the construction project. Your home will still be worked on no matter what the weather is like outside. Not needing to worry about time delays means your home will be built on schedule as promised. And fewer delays means construction equipment and materials will not be sitting around on your job site for any longer than what they need to be.

While manufactured homes come with standard features like every other home, these homes are easily customizable and are available in a huge variety of floor plans. So don’t hesitate, get started on your new prefab home today!

There are so many reasons to choose a prefab home! Interested in learning more about manufactured homes in Springfield, Arlington, Alexandria, Fairfax and the surrounding areas? Call Carbide Construction at 703-550-8711 or you can Contact Us.

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