Modular homes in Kansas are made in a manafacturing facility where state of the art technology is used to make stick built homes. These homes are stronger and better built than that of the traditional site-built home.
Modular homes are made in sections called modules. Once the modules are completed in the plant, they are then transported on trucks and these trucks then drive them to the building site where a crane lifts these modules into place. Once the construction of the modules is finished and they are transported, it often takes only one day for the house to be assembled.
This saves time a bunch of time . Modular home ownersin Kansas can expect a construction period of 60 to 90 days from start to finish.