Manufactured homes are often mislabeled as “mobile homes.” Simply put, a manufactured home is any home that is built in a factory setting rather than on-site. As a result, this type of construction is better for many reasons. Two of the most important reasons to choose a prefab home are cost-savings and efficiency. Because these homes are built indoors, bad weather and other delays common with on-site building are not a factor. Additionally, manufactured homes are built for less and much faster than similar stick-built houses. The same is true for modular homes as well.
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Manufactured homes are regulated by the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s building code. Also known as the HUD code, this is one of the main benefits of new manufactured homes. This is because the HUD Code regulates manufactured home strength and durability. This code also deals with factors like fire resistance, wind safety, and overall energy efficiency. Modular homes are similar to manufactured homes, but are regulated by state-level building codes. Because of the federal restrictions placed on these homes, you’re guaranteed a home to be built to strict safety standards. Plus, your home will last for many years and cost less than a stick-built home. Finally, with a manufactured home you can expect a much greater level of customization than you would with traditional housing.
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