Modular homes are made in factories, and they are built from the inside out. The homes are then transported to their destinations and lifted onto their foundations by large machinery.
A home made out of same-sized red blocks with several pieces removed indicates how the home was built. Easy to build and less expensive to buy, modular homes are becoming more popular in the United States.
Modular homes are pre-constructed in factories and then shipped to the homesite and assembled there. They are becoming increasingly popular for their fast construction time and lower price.
Visit this manufactured home supplier directory for information about manufactured homes and manufactured home suppliers in the United States. The photo on this page depicts a manufactured home surrounded by a grassy lawn.
A three-dimensional model of a Cape Cod-style home is photographed on top of the blueprints that contractors will use to build it. The home has a white and brown facade, and an orange roof. Two skylights will beam sunlight into the upper floor.