Modular homes are stronger than traditional homes (built-in pages). Standard home units use the most robust construction methods based on the framing system of 2 × 6 platforms, usually providing built-in modular units and redundant hardness units during transport to the site. Additional structural elements are included to reinforce the unit as they are lifted by a lever from the operator and placed on the top of the base. Only modular construction is strong enough to withstand the equivalent of a healthy earthquake.
Modular homes created quickly from the moment you apply, even when the factory is busy, you can have two home units delivered to your site within eight weeks or less. You can visit it in a few weeks. The average internal site takes six to nine months to complete. Standard houses are built in factories that benefit from assembly production. Factories buy large quantities of wood, stone sheets, carpets, paints and other building materials. As a result, they pay less for the materials they use.
Work is done with maximum efficiency as skilled craftsmen move between workstations on the factory floor. High top quality modular homes are built in a modern environment with climate control. Each unit is designed specifically for trouble-free structural resistance. Quality control is maintained through continuous inspection throughout the construction process.