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Why Contractors Are Involved In Prefab Housing

General contractors ensure the safe final assembly of a prefab tiny house. The following are some of the standards adopted by builders in prefab housing. The Housing and Urban Development and International Residential Code are the regulatory bodies. Conventional Building Codes The HUD had once mandated the standards for small prefab homes. They include: Limitations on Square Feet Standards on Room Size Ceiling Heights and Sanitary Standards Electricals and HVAC System Standards The minimum square feet allocation for the prefab tiny house is 400sq ft and the maximum is 1000 sq ft. Zonal Regulations and Square Feet Zoning regulations define […]

Why Invest On Insulated Prefab Tiny Homes

Weatherized prefab tiny homes offers the homeowners great living comfort. It is important to weatherize and seal small prefab homes in cold climates. In addition, building codes of some of the states call for efficient home insulation. Let us analyze the advantages of insulating prefab homes… Reduced Utility Bills HVAC systems may run round the clock when snowfall occurs in the winter season, and in non-weatherized homes. However, once inside the insulated prefab homes, working hours of the heating and cooling appliances, and in turn the heating cost gets drastically reduced. Your prefab tiny homes insurance cannot afford to go […]

Space-Saving Design Tips for Small Prefab Homes

The compact nature of prefab homes has made them favorable among the latest interior design trends. More homes are presented with limitations in size, set by location and other building regulations. This has resulted in scaling down of home size, which prompted homeowners and interior designers to look for several innovative ways to maximize the space inside. In the process of building a prefab home, incorporating various design innovations and tricks can significantly alter the living space. It can make smaller interiors seem much larger. This is done by properly allocating spaces for storing the different items inside a home. […]

How to Differentiate Between Prefab Homes and Manufactured Homes

Manufactured homes are also known sometimes by names like mobile homes, doublewide homes, or trailer homes. These homes are built in a factory and then transported to the home site in trucks, just like prefab homes, but the similarity between the two ends there. In fact, there are many differences between manufactured homes and prefab homes. Construction and Delivery Manufactured homes are usually built on steel I-beam frame and will have axles and tires attached to the bottom. These homes will also feature a welded steel tongue-towing unit attached to the front. Usually, these homes are towed to the site […]

The Nordic Way of Life in Small Prefab Homes

Prefab tiny house set in remote locations defies the conventional way of life. The imaginary Hogwarts University had resemblance with some of the designs given here, with due nods to fiction. Cabin in Massachusetts This is a getaway cabin inside a vast garden, having a pointed roof and viewable windowsills. Massachusetts has one such facility with cabins mainly for couples. You may even get tempted to elope with your lover and live a fairytale life happily ever after, seeing these beautiful cabins. The Nordic Way of Life The Swedish tiny house is open for living as a guesthouse. Known today […]

What the Future Holds for Prefab Homeowners

The real estate experts dealing with prefab tiny homes have figured out three trends taking place in American small prefab homes. However, would prefab homes pave way for a complete eradication of the traditional home concept? Let us prognosticate further. Affordable Prefab Tiny Homes Traditional homes are slowly waning out of the market, as premium builders are offering affordable prefab homes to individual buyers. The builders take care of the features that keep homes to be energy efficient and durable. For instance, two years ago small prefab homes might have carried a price tag of $140,000, and that is not […]

Benefits of TPO Roofing in Prefab Tiny House

A variety of roofing options is available for prefab homes roofing. If you are planning to install a roofing membrane to improve the energy efficiency of your prefab tiny house, you may consider TPO (thermoplastic olefin) roofing. TPO is new in prefab homes roofing and researches are still continuing to find long lasting and most durable product formulation. The major benefits of using TPO roofing in prefab housing are discussed below. Durable Modular home roofing experts say that when compared with the other thermoplastic membranes used for roofing, TOP is much resistant to the growth of mold, accumulation of dirt […]

Buying Land for Prefab Tiny Homes

The immense popularity of factory-built homes has urged many American citizens to build or buy them. Investing in prefab small homes is an excellent idea, as it will help you to get back your money when you are selling the house. Therefore, if you are planning to build a new prefab home, you will initially need to find a place to install the housing structure. Finding an appropriate portion of land to build prefab tiny homes may seem like a challenging task. However, if you are ready to do a little bit of research, you might be easily able to […]

Modular Home Construction Size Limits

We all know that prefab tiny homes are constructed in factories and then transported to the building site as modules, which are joined together at the site to make the home. However, as these modules need to be transported to the site, they face some limitations on size. Most of these limitations are based on state and federal highway regulations that the modules of your home will travel on. Yet this does not mean that there are limitations on the size of the modular home that you are building. These limitations and regulations are for the modules of the home only, […]

Cleaning Tips for your Newly-Built Modular Home

After the completion of your modular home, you might be eager to move into the new home and set things up. You may have set a plan for buying appliances, furniture, and other things for your home. However, there are other things to consider before moving into your new prefab tiny house. Cleaning is the most important and crucial task to do before moving into your newly built house. In fact, it is an excellent way to clear up the all the mess and debris collected in the home because of the construction, furnishing, and other works. The cleaning tasks […]