Pre-fabricated buildings and modular constructions continue to be popular nowadays as many hotels, group living facilities, and pre-fabricated homes opt for the solutions it offers. Some may attribute its fame to the financial crisis in 2007 and 2008, but other reasons are also in play for its rising popularity.
The recession spurred pre-made homes and pre-fabricated buildings due to the smaller budgets and a corresponding smaller workforce. This type of construction fits perfectly in trying to adapt to the aftermath of the crisis.
Speed of Construction
Most of the components are already assembled in Georgia prefab homes in an offsite warehouse. As soon as a construction company purchases these components, they’re ready to go, and there’s no need for raw materials to be assembled on-site, which helps speed up construction.
Fewer Weather Delays
One factor affecting the length of construction is the changes in weather conditions as operations cannot proceed when it rains or is extremely cold. Modular buildings are built in a controlled environment that averts weather delays and lessens worry about the unpredictable weather effects on construction.
Safer Working Conditions
On-site construction outdoors makes the workers more susceptible to possible dangers in an uncontrolled environment. Workers do not need to worry anymore about things like high winds, uneven grounds, and elevated workspaces through modular constructions.
Better Quality Control
A consistent and controlled work environment helps pre-fabrication warehouses maintain better quality control in their manufacturing process. Like an assembly line, pre-fabrication allows easier monitoring and standardized processes where no details of the construction go unnoticed.
You can take a look at the infographic created and designed by Green-R-Panel for more details on the popularity of pre-fabricated construction.