Just imagine it! A second storey addition or new designer home installed within weeks of being ready without all of the inconvenience and cost blowouts associated with onsite builds. Nexus Home Improvements can achieve this for you, with talented in house designers and the advantages of modular construction your home can be designed and on site in record time.
How is this possible? With modular construction it is easy to put up a new house within a matter of weeks. Since most units are pre-fabricated the amount of construction time is reduced drastically. Based on the design selected, the right pieces are delivered and the team spends the maximum time in fittings and assembling the modular units. These units are but in a climate controlled area and once an order is received, they are shipped and assembled by a team of experts.
Does this mean that all houses will look the same? No not all modular homes look the same, unless you opt for the look. There are a number of designs and options to choose from, just the same as you would in traditional construction. Differences are based on quality, price and choice of materials. So if you wish to opt for a colonial or a mediterranean style house you can. Just like in a traditional house, you have a choice of flooring – ceramic, wooden or tilted, cabinet styles, countertops, plumbing fixtures are all customised as per taste.
This make modular housing more expensive? Contrary to popular belief, modular homes are not expensive. Infant they are quite affordable. Since assembly is done within the factories a lot of costs of construction can be saved upon. in addition the cost of labour goes down as the time spent in assembling the home is much less than the time that would have been spent in putting up a brick building. The added bonus is that modular homes are easier on the pocket in terms of maintenance, rendering them environmentally friendly due to their efficiency.
Finding the right location for the house is equally important. The shape, size, and existing slopes, or “grades,” of the lot will influence where best to place a home. Other factors include trees and open spaces, streams and ponds, and existing stone walls and driveways. The lot’s location relative to the surrounding properties will also affect your decision. Here are some location faqs for for constructing a modular home