Uncovering and explaining 3 of the most common Modular Myths
It’s clear that modular is the best solution for temporary building requirements, but that’s not all that this industry has to offer. Modular buildings are just as permanent as traditional buildings are, the only difference being that they can be relocated from one location to another, if required. In fact, modular buildings can be used for far more applications and situations than traditional buildings, as they’re much more versatile and adaptable.
The concept of modular and cheap are often put together by many, but the reality is that modular buildings are far from cheap. Modular buildings are constructed with the same materials, and in the same way as traditional buildings. The fact is that modular buildings are built in environments that have a much higher level of quality control than traditional construction. At Tasbuilt Homes, 80% of the build is constructed in our factory, where every stage is checked and completed to a very high standard, resulting in a high-quality building.
A common visualisation of modular homes are multiple boxes stacked up on one another, which often makes out for a restrictive, inflexible idea of modular design. Unfortunately, this is far from what it actually is. At Tasbuilt Homes, we have a range of standard building designs, but you can either customise these to suit you, or come up with a total custom plan, and the chances are, we’ll be able to build it modular for you. Modular has very limited restrictions, and a world of possibilities!
Tasbuilt takes care of the entire project from council application through to connecting the services—all under one fixed contract price.
Our experienced team will work with you to design a customised home that represents your individual taste and requirements.
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