15 Dec Prefab Homes & Modular Homes – What Is the Difference?
Everyone recognizes the fact that all poodles are dogs, but not all dogs are poodles. It is the same with modular homes. All modular homes are prefab homes, but you cannot say that all prefab homes are modular homes. For instance, a mobile home is a prefab home but there are huge differences between modular homes and mobile homes.
What are prefab homes?
How can you customize a prefab home?
I don’t know how many of you have ever played with Micro Machines. Galoob produced these tiny little playsets that interlocked with one another directly or with tracks. Parents would purchase any number of these little modules and kids would assemble them together in an infinite number of ways. The result was a unique, custom structure, made up of these smaller units.
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Why do people buy prefab homes?
How can you learn more about prefab homes?
“Some home builders crank out over 300 homes a year. Their cookie-cutter type houses are generally medium to low quality and the builder can’t possibly have any kind of relationship with the customer because they’re just too busy. That is where we are different from the competition. I’m a small (compared to the big guys!) hometown builder, and I truly take the time to listen to your needs. I treat each project as if it was my own, and I stay very hands-on with each project. It’s pretty funny, but some people get really surprised when I show up to their new home with a tool belt on, ready to work.” – Joel Comino, Next Modular Homes
If you live within 70 miles of Goshen, Indiana, Next Modular can build and assemble a customized prefab home on your building site. Select one of their hundreds of modular home floor plans and call Next Modular to find out how you customize it into your very own dream home.