There are several different types of prefab homes. According to the National Modular Housing Council (NMHC), factory built homes that must meet state or local building standards include the following.
Modular homes consist of one or more modules that are built in a factory (according to the state and local building codes where the home will be built) and then transported separately to the building site, where construction is completed. Each module usually comes fully-outfitted with interior fittings – plumbing, electrical, doors, closets, and stairs. Build times from the point of order to move-in are roughly three to four months.
One of the major selling points of buying a prefab home is that, generally speaking, they’re much less expensive to build than a stick-built home. However, EMB modular construction delivers higher standards due to our designer finishes inside and out.
There are a couple reasons why prefab homes save EMB clients less than site-built homes:
Overall, EMB expects to save approximately min. 20% on the total cost of building a modular home as compared to building a stick-built home. These cost savings are expected to be less for a panelized home.
NOCO Home Sales was a true passion turned into reality. Providing the perfect opportunity for home buyers to purchase a beautiful NOCO home keeping cost reduction a top priority and always maintaining a high level finished product.
Our team of architects and designers have created award winning designs. We will work with you to develop the distinctive look you envision from the shell of a standard model. Make sure to check out our completed project steps for a better understanding.