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What Is A Modular Home - Crane Placing A Section of a Modular Home In Place at the Homesite.

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The article explains what a modular home is and how it differs from a traditional stick-built home.

A modular home is built in a factory in sections or modules and then transported to the building site for assembly. The modules are built to meet state and local building codes and are typically made of high-quality materials.

Modular homes offer a number of advantages over stick-built homes, including faster construction times, lower costs and increased energy efficiency. Additionally, modular homes can be customized to meet the individual needs and preferences of homeowners.

The article concludes by noting that modular homes are becoming increasingly popular for homeowners who want a high-quality, affordable, and energy-efficient home.