In some areas, it can take anywhere from six months to a year to build a house and move into it. That is why so many homeowners are opting to purchase Prefabricated Homes in Naples FL. On average, they are able to move into their new homes within two or three months, and they are also saving substantial amounts of money.
Today’s prefabricated homes are of a higher quality than ever before. They are built in climate-controlled factory settings using state-of-the-art technology. Prefabricated homes today are constructed using laser cuts and also feature precise machine-fitted cuttings and joints. Of particular interest to customers is the fact that the cost per square foot of a prefabricated home is significantly less than that of a traditionally built home in just about every case.
Customers can Click Here to see Florida’s leading dealer of prefabricated homes. For over 30 years, LeeCorp Homes has been providing their customers with what they need in mobile or manufactured housing. They can also provide customers with the option of replacing their current manufactured homes. This gives customers the flexibility are moving an older and outdated home and replacing it with a state-of-the-art model. Not only do customers get a new home, but it will also meet new wind and safety codes, making it stronger and safer which, in Florida, is always a concern.
Prefabricated Homes in Naples FL these days can be placed virtually anywhere. If a customer wants it on the water, it’s not a problem. With custom-design capabilities that allow builders to construct homes for any space, it won’t matter if the customer wants their home on a golf course or on a pier. If customers have special requirements or may need a home that adheres to ADA requirements, they will need a builder experienced with those standards. They want to also find a contractor who can build the exterior along with ramps or other structures that will allow for ease of passage in and out of the home. Some builders can also build garages and carports, screen rooms, storage sheds, storm shutters, and even driveways.