When you decide to build a home in Colorado, you should consider a prefabricated house. Also called modular homes, the prefab homes are often mistaken for mobile homes. They are quite different by design, quality as well as cost. The prefab homes are built indoors in a factory like setting, and then the finished product is transported to the site location where it is assembled by a builder. The prefabrication process is also referred to as factory-built or system-built homes. The following are some of the advantages of opting for Colorado prefab homes.
First of all, you can save a lot of time when you choose a prefab home. Since the prefabrication process is done indoors, weather delays as well as construction site issues are eliminated. A prefab house can be constructed in a matter of few weeks compared to months, and in some cases years, which the traditionally built homes usually take. It takes only about two or three weeks to assemble the home at the site location. Because of the factory-like setting that is climate controlled and efficient, the entire home buying process is much faster, including the inspections, appraisals as well as the mortgage closing date. A lot of inspections are done at the factory by a third party during every stage of the building process.
Another benefit of investing in Colorado prefab homes is cost effectiveness. A prefab home typically costs 15 to 10 percent less compared to a traditional home because of the accelerated construction, limited waste as well as material efficiency. You can purchase large quantities of materials, like rock, wood and lumber, something that lowers the overall cost.