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What is a Prefab Home?
Prefab Homes, also known as “prefabricated homes” or just “prefabs”, are homes constructed offsite then transported and installed onsite. This is the biggest difference between prefabricated homes and traditional homes – the construction occurs entirely offsite.
The term “prefab” can be used to describe bigger structures that are built in separate components then put together onsite, such as tilt-up concrete buildings and the like. But when talking about prefabricated homes, you are usually always dealing with entire home units built in a factory then transported whole to their destination.
If you’ve been looking for prefab homes for sale NZ, you will have noticed that people choose prefabricated homes for many reasons. They are generally a lot cheaper than traditional homes, involve less hassle than a construction project, are easier to upkeep and maintain, and more often than not have a greatly reduced carbon footprint across their life cycle. They are very popular as holiday homes for these reasons, although more and more people are choosing them as their primary residences.