WASHINGTON, D.C. – September 4, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — The popularity of prefab housing is gaining fast traction among today’s savvy and environmentally aware consumers. Referred to as “modular construction” by the industry, modular house construction is an inherently “green” process. It uses fewer materials and produces less waste because the process relies on computer aided design and precise equipment.
The new prefab homes are energy efficient because they use thicker walls, more insulation in the walls, energy efficient windows and have additional wind draft protection. These engineering enhancements and construction technologies drastically increase the energy-efficiency of modular homes.
The reduced use of materials and streamlined labor allocation in modular construction offers another important benefit to the homeowners – cost savings. An example of these cost reductions is the recent announcement by Yorkville Modular Homes of a $39,900 modular house model. “We are thrilled to talk about our newest model,” said Lou Gougeon, a modular construction industry veteran and the model’s chief designer. “With high quality construction, precision in-house engineering, reduced construction time and low price a modular home is a great option for first time buyers or environmentally aware consumers looking to reduce their carbon footprint,” said Gougeon. Read more on the
Yorkville Modular Homeswebsite.
Modern prefab construction is a great option to consider when shopping for a new house. These homes can come fully equipped by the manufacturer, including shingled roofs, vinyl siding, flooring, energy saving windows, fully equipped kitchens and four piece bathrooms. However, the potential buyers need to keep in mind that the base price of modular houses excludes the cost of land, foundation, utility connections and delivery.
About Yorkville Modular Homes:
Yorkville Modular Homes is a New England modular house builder and specializes in
standard and custom homes in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire and
Connecticut. The houses designed and built by Yorkville Modular Homes feature
climate controlled factory assembly, internal quality controls, reduced material
waste and fast delivery times.
For Media Contact:
Contact: Lou Gougeon
Email: media (at) yorkville-homes (dot) com