Today’s modular housing is much more flexible, in terms of transportability, then in the past, as recently discussed in this article.
Many companies are committed to improve the aforementioned.
One of the biggest drawbacks of modular housing is the cost of transporting the homes. It can cost a pretty penny.
Connect:Homes, which is based in Los Angeles, is delivering homes to buyers via a standard intermodal network.
These homes can be shipped via railroad, ship and industry standard-sized truck.
This differs from retrofitted shipping containers, which Connect: Homes believe to be toxic, tough to re-purpose and unfit for living.
In addition to being green, the company is also committed to affordability and modern design.