If you are looking to build or buy a house in Florida, you should consider Florida prefab homes. The base price of a prefab home is much less expensive compared to having a crew labor on-site for months, something that will enable you to customize it in a very nice way. These homes offer a variety of benefits for home buyers who want to build on a plot of land, but they are not for everyone. The following are some thing you should know before investing in prefab homes.
One of the things you need to know is that prefabs are faster to build. Depending on the complexity of the home, it can take about 3 to 4 months to build and get it move-in ready. From start to finish, it will take about 9 months to a year to construct a stick-built house. With prefab houses, home modules are constructed and inspected in a factory, where the weather will not delay the process. The modules are then transported to the final building site. It will take about 3 days to fully assemble those components at the site building site.
You need to keep in mind that there will be additional site work that will need to be done. The site work includes things such as electrical and plumbing hook-ups, final grading of the land and landscaping, driveway paving, and a host of inspections before a certificate of occupancy can be issued. All these activities can take several weeks to complete. But still, the entire process will be much shorter compared to the process involved in the construction of a traditional stick-built house.