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What are the Benefits of Prefabricated Construction?

Prefabricated construction is usually associated with thoughts of mass production on the low-end of construction. As it rises in popularity, reality is showing that it is quite the opposite.

October 5, 2021

Prefabricated construction is becoming more common as quality improves and new budget friendly options emerge. Despite any negative perceptions, there are plenty of benefits when choosing to utilize prefabricated solutions in your next project.

Cost effective – Efficiency is less expensive

The expectation with custom made pieces may seem expensive, but this is not the case with prefab. Modular construction targets all budgets and price points which creates room for affordable options. Manufacturers being able to purchase most materials in bulk leads to discounted prices aiding in the overall budget. Inefficiency is expensive, and with prefab solutions you avoid the possibility of unreliable contractors and employees.

Quality control – Precision is possible

With prefabricated construction, sub-assemblies of the structure will be built to a uniform quality. This is due to the fact that it takes place in a controlled manufactured environment that follows specific standards. Each sub-assembly is built by an experienced team in a weather-resistant location, followed by multiple quality checks. Any issue can be fixed before it becomes a much larger on-site problem.

Flexibility- Design that’s durable

Modular construction can be easily disassembled and moved to different sites. This reduces the need for any additional raw materials, expended energy, and time spent on the project overall. Prefabricated solutions provide flexibility when it comes to the design as well. One structure could have limitless number of opportunities. Since it is made to be flexible, it can work in several different spaces for a long time.

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