Watch as this Excel home is transported to its building site.
It is then unpacked and assembled.
This process might be interesting to anyone who has a modular house or who is considering purchasing one.
It’s really pretty remarkable how the entire process works.
A modular home, such as the one in this video isn’t built on-site like traditional homes are.
Instead, they are built elsewhere, packed up and then shipped to wherever the home will end up.
Such homes aren’t “cookie cutter” homes as some people might assume when they think of modular homes.
They can, in fact, be built to include whatever features a person wants, just like a traditionally built home.