Traditional homes are built piece-by-piece on the site where they will stand for the rest of their useful lives. This setup is different from that of manufactured homes. They are made in a factory and transported to the site of the building. Manufactured homes have the same feel and design as conventional homes, only that they are built much faster than their alternatives.
These homes are built on a permanent chassis or frame in line with The Department of Housing and Urban Development building code. This frame usually has wheels, which are usually removed, and the chassis placed on a concrete foundation, piers, or masonry crawl space.
Top Benefits of Manufactured Homes
Manufactured homes have several benefits over their traditional alternatives, which account for their growing popularity, and these are:
• They are made cheaper than conventional homes. The cost of materials is way lower than that of common materials used to build conventional homes.
• Manufactured homes are built faster than traditional homes. This reduces the time between planning and the final handover.
• Manufactured homes have greater energy efficiency than conventional homes, thanks to their modern designs. They save energy on heating and lighting.
How to Buy a Manufactured Home
You buy a manufactured home just like you might buy another property or car. The first step is to check the available models and their prices. You then get one that is customized with the amenities you need at home.
The manufacturer will then give you a timeline for completing the house. They will then arrange for the delivery and installation. You need to have land where the home will be installed so that the manufacturer can prepare it beforehand.
Are you looking for a low-cost home with all the amenities you desire? Triple L Homes offers various quality manufactured homes with multiple customization options. Visit the products page on our website or contact us to learn about the available manufactured home options and book one.