Interest in prefabricated homes has grown over the years. It offers several attractive advantages such as reduced construction time, higher quality control, and potential cost savings.

Wisconsin prefab homes include panelized and modular homes, which are different in terms of their costs and benefits. Modular homes are partially built in a plant, then shipped to a development site to be placed on a foundation. Meanwhile, a panelized prefabricated house utilizes wall panels that are manufactured in a controlled environment. The panelized walls of assembled panelized Colorado prefab homes will then be shipped to the construction site and installed on the prepared foundation.

One benefit of both panelized and modular homes is their lesser production of waste that goes into landfills. Most of the construction processes occur inside a factory, wherein lumber is more precisely measured and there is less waste for construction.

An advantage of a panelized home is it can be built faster, as construction can last for at least 6 to 10 weeks. Meanwhile, modular homes typically take 3 to 4 months to complete, but it undergoes better quality control practices, which produces higher-than-average quality outcomes for homeowners.

Additionally, modular homes require significantly lower on-site work, especially when most of the modules that arrive at the development site are almost finished. When modules come on the construction site, they are installed with a crane, and it is assembled in just a span of a few days.

Here is an infographic from Green-R-Panel for more information about the costs and benefits of panelized and modular prefabricated homes.