Prefabricate House


Definition of "Prefabricate house"

Mary  O Connell
Mary O Connell O Connell Properties

House made using standardized components that are preassembled on an assembly line in a factory rather than being built from "scratch" on a site. Normally, the prefabricate house is trucked onto the home site as a complete unit where it is installed on a completed foundation. Often times the prefabricated house is installed in preassembled components which are simply attached to each other on site. The advantages of a prefabricated house include lower cost, as a function of mass production and high quality.

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