Small Prefab House Combines Nordic Simplicity With Warm Woodwork

Usable Area: 30 sq.m.
Details: 1 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom

The term “prefab” is the abbreviation for prefabricated, which is all you need to know about prefab homes. These houses are manufactured in a factory setting and transferred immediately as full build.

As you might expect, this type of home is extremely easy to make and move in comparison to a traditional home.

Building a prefab home is generally less expensive than building a comparable stick-built home. Nice, right? Part of the savings has to do with labor.

It takes fewer laborers working over the course of fewer days to make a prefab move-in ready. That saves you money.

Plus, as we mention, heating and cooling tend to be more affordable with prefab homes than with regular ones.

If you’re open to buying an existing home, compare the costs of what’s available on the market with the cost of building a prefab.

And remember that various levels of fittings and customization can raise or lower the cost of your prefab. Talk to the manufacturer about cost-cutting strategies available to you.

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Credit: sirinaphat

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