In recent years, the advantages of the newer breed of prefabricated houses, has been touted both within the housing industry and outside of it.
However, prefabricated housing isn’t foolproof and a lot can go wrong, as this NY Times articles references.
One woman and her partner decided to build a prefab home on land willed to her by her deceased father.
What she thought would be a seamless ordeal, turned out to be anything but.
She and her partner ended up more than $100,000 budget.
A low-ball quote by her contractor was just the start of what turned out to be a disastrous experience.
To avoid a similar experience, it is very important that individuals considering prefabricated homes choose an experienced contractor and investigate all of the associated costs of building a prefab home.