Manufactured homes are those which are made of pre assembled parts created at a factory site and then sent to the site by a truck and dropped on the foundation with a crane. Connection of the fittings and plumbing parts complete the construction. Once the parts of the home are ready, the house can be built in just few days, this is the biggest advantage with manufactured homes. However, it is not very easy to alter the design aspects easily in this floor plan.
Below are stated examples of manufactured floor plans:
o The rapid modular homes or low cost homes are a 3 member squad. Dry wall need not be mounted on the interior panels and the cabinets can also be easily installed. Running the electrical wiring through horizontal and vertical chases offer electrical distribution in the house. Homes built with structural insulated panels reduce energy use.
o A structural insulated panel combines foam core lodged between cement panels for aluminum and walls for the roofs. This offers a resilient construction plate used to construct roofs, ceilings and walls. You can expect exceptional insulation in these homes and plenty of environmental benefits.
o Another example of a manufactured floor plan is the American Geodesic dome plan that uses interior wallboard, polystyrene insulation and steel plates.
o Manufactured floor plans are available in different designs. Since there is nothing as a so called “perfect” plan and “one-size fits all” design, you need to customize the plan to suit your individual requirements.
o A stick-built home is far more expensive than dome kit. You need not install gutters, insulation, tarpaper, plywood or roof trusses. The structural framework can be completed by inserting component panels, concreting sides and linking steel mesh.
Let us now have a look at the aspects of a house you must consider while choosing a manufactured house plan:
Space: This is one of the most important factors that you need to consider. You need to consider if there is sufficient space to accommodate all your family members. There is nothing as a “perfect size”. Your requirements and the number of family members are the most important deciding factor for the house size that you need.
Popular Models: Buying a house is one of the biggest financial decisions for most of us. Choosing the right model is thus very essential. A house may look good, but have very little practical value. So, look for floor plans that are attractive and satisfies your personal requirements as well. A floor plan must leave scope for future modifications.
Quality of the House: Last but not the least, quality of the manufactured house is another factor that you cannot do away with. In fact quality of the home is the most important factor than any other aspects mentioned above.
Now that you have gained sufficient knowledge about manufactured floor plans, it will be easier for you to choose a perfect plan for your family.
This Article was written by Jacob Berry. Visit our site at homecompass.info and http://homecompass.info/category/interiors-compass for more details.