Modular Home Building Strength is better then onsite built homes.
Modular home building strength can be better then stick built homes in most cases. Modular homes are designed to be stronger than traditional homes, for example, replacing nails with screws, adding glue to joints, and using about 10% more lumber than conventional stick built homes. This extra strength added to your modular home is to help your modular home maintain its structural integrity as it is transported to its building site, (your land).
Modular home building strength is additionally increased because of the insulated concrete forms used to set your modular home on. These forms are modular units that are assembled without mortar and filled with concrete. Insulating concrete forms are used in high seismic risk zones too, because of their high strength.
When FEMA studied the destruction wrought by Hurricane Andrew in Dade County Florida, they concluded that modular and masonry homes fared best compared to other construction.
Modular home buildings can be better then stick built homes in most cases. Modular homes are designed to be stronger than traditional homes
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