Modular homes in NC (North Carolina) are just like those all over the country; they are built in a factory and transported in pieces or modules to the location where the home is to be built. At this site, they are assembled and in a few weeks, homeowners can have a fully functional home, just like with those built on the site. DRA Living is one of those companies that can make your dream home a reality.
Many people are scared of the idea of a modular home, simply because they do not know much about them. However, there is no reason to think of these homes as anything but excellent. Modular homes are those that are built in the assembly lines of factories. They are not constructed as a whole in the factory, but rather built as modules or pieces and then later assembled.
These modules come complete with structural walls, insulation, stairs if required and all the other structural elements that one could imagine a home would need. They are transported via large flatbed trucks to the construction site and then assembled using cranes. Although the modules are transported to the final location of the home, a modular home should not be mistaken for a mobile home. Once assembled, it cannot be moved again because it does not have axles like its mobile counterpart. Instead, these homes are attached to the foundation, already on the construction site.
There are quite a few advantages to choosing modular homes in NC. They are offered at reasonable prices, on par with real estate prices in the state. The building process for these homes cuts down on waste and thus is more environmentally friendly than building a home from scratch on a construction site. These homes are also available in a variety of styles and can fit perfectly into any neighborhood without anyone knowing that they were assembled, rather than built there.