When opting for panelized home construction you aren’t limited by traditional construction method constraints. Panelized homes are designed to fit together much like prefabricated homes, but the method of construction cuts out the wall sections that conventional construction relies on. This allows for greater design options as well as better sturdiness under adverse weather conditions. It can also be built in tighter, more confined spaces than with traditional construction, making it ideal for subdivision or development construction where space is limited because of neighbors or other obstacles. A panelized home is easier and less expensive to construct than conventional construction because of its modularity, and this fact makes panelized home building a cost-effective option for many homeowners.
When it comes to panelized home construction there are many advantages over conventional construction with the notable exception of the initial construction period. The panel sections and roof trusses are manufactured at the factory, rather than following a path of building through various buildings and homes until the final section is ready to be assembled. The factory assembled sections are pre-cut to precise lengths according to the specifications of the customer. Further, because factory sections are pre-constructed, they require less metal than traditional construction to ensure that the home looks as good as it will look when it’s finished. Because there isn’t any additional building required, the entire construction process can often be completed in less than half the time that it takes to build a home the traditional way.