Modular construction is an accelerated form of construction that provides a range of structures, from commercial buildings to residential homes, in a reduced timeframe. Many consumers have preconceived notions of what modular construction entails. We have dispelled some of the top myths around modular building.
Myth 1: Modular buildings are only temporary structures.
Modular construction offers permanent and temporary solutions. While modular buildings are widely used for temporary offices, multistory structures can be constructed to accommodate multifamily and student housing.
Myth 2: Modular Buildings are low quality.
Modular buildings are held to the same International Building Codes, as well as the same state and local standards as “stick-built” structures. Modular construction takes place in a factory, ensuring quality control and durable construction.
Myth 3: Modular Construction is too new of a process.
Modular construction has been used for decades, across all industries. A detailed account of modular construction history dates back to 1837. Large modular projects have been completed in Europe and Asia a including 220 floor skyscraper in China.
Myth 4: Modular Buildings and homes are unattractive.
Modular construction is flexible enough to accommodate special design requests.
Myth 5: Modular Buildings are difficult to finance.
Modular buildings and homes are treated the same as traditional stick built structure in terms of financing. Additionally, construction time is significantly decreased using modular construction, thus reducing overall costs.
If you’re looking for a flexible and quick construction method, modular construction may be right for you. Get in touch with us today to see how we can benefit your business.