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Advantages of Modular Buildings
Modular construction is an excellent choice for businesses and organisations, whether due to its security, cost-effectiveness or something else. To overview modular construction fairly, we have prepared a tabulation of its pros and cons, which you may find helpful in your decision-making.
Advantage: Speed of installation
Modular construction is much faster than traditional, as the houses are made in a factory and can then be delivered to your site. In addition, studies show that you spend 40-60% less time with modular construction.
As we are building your modular building off-site, you don’t have to worry about storing construction materials, tools or vehicles on-site while they wait for us to finish. We’ll save you space and make it easier for all involved.
Advantage: Less waste
A modular construction project can be the best choice for businesses that want to meet their ambitious environmental targets.
This is because they are environmentally friendly and don’t produce any waste while being constructed on-site. In addition, recycling is an environmentally friendly solution as most of the waste created in the factory is recycled.
Advantage: Versatility New modular buildings are designed to suit your exact requirements. If you require a new office, suite, classroom, changing rooms or other space for your enterprise and aren’t sure what to look for, then modular buildings might be the answer. They are versatile and can be designed to suit a range of requirements.
Advantage: Weather doesn’t cause delays
Modular construction is more efficient than traditional options in that it’s much faster and doesn’t get slowed down even by adverse weather conditions. That’s because the modules are delivered fitted, meaning that all you need to do is install them yourself at your site. With all the plumbing and electrical organised, flooring and fixtures are already there. That leaves us with a ton more time to get the job done.
It’s easy to see the wrong side of modern modular buildings, which are attractive in their design and very practical for future changes. Just think about the 1970s prefab homes. These were terrible because they had no adaptability and produced low-quality houses