Prefabricated homes have seen a rise in popularity over the years. Its two types of construction methods, panelized and modular homes, offer many attractive benefits, including a shorter construction time, better quality control, and possible cost savings.

Modular homes are prefabricated homes that are partially built in a plant. After its partial construction, modular Michigan prefab homes will be shipped and assembled on a development site, where they will be placed on a foundation. On the other hand, a panelized home utilizes wall panels manufactured in a controlled environment. The panelized walls will then be shipped to the construction site and then assembled on the prepared foundation.

Both of them have benefits, primarily as they both produce less waste that goes into landfills. As the construction of Georgia prefab homes mostly takes place in a factory, materials needed, such as lumber, are measured more precisely, which produces less waste for construction.

Additionally, quality control of modular homes can produce significantly higher-than-average quality outcomes for many homeowners as modular homes are almost entirely built and manufactured in a centralized location with a controlled environment. Several elements like the drywall, mechanical, and electrical systems are completed on-site for panelized homes, resulting in consequent quality control issues.

However, panelized houses are unbeatable when it comes to the strength of construction. Panel home kits are designed to be airtight and robust, which can help ensure that the home can last long and endure severe weather conditions like heavy snow and hurricane winds.

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