Modular Construction is More Sustainable – Virginia Beach, VA

There is a lot of talk these days about modular construction being a more sustainable and efficient method of new home construction. In fact, this year at the modular building industry’s largest convention, one speaker will talk about “Why ‘Greener, Faster, Smarter’ Isn’t Just a Slogan” for modular construction. Modular construction has revolutionized traditional construction processes by using industrialized methods in a factory setting. Modular home construction has produced results like more energy-efficient homes and commercial buildings, healthier environments for workers, higher quality homes, reductions in construction costs and time, and better home design.

With interest in modular construction at an all-time high, modular home construction has evolved to meet the growing need for consistency in development and use of offsite construction.Modular homes are built in less time than traditionally built homes because the construction process are just far more efficient.

Though modular construction is generally considered to be sustainable because of reduced construction waste, modular homes manufacturers are  working harder to hone in on how modular construction can be taken to the next level of green. At Tidewater Custom Modular Homes only the highest quality materials are used in our homes.

Architects and builders can deliver not just net-zero homes, but also beautiful and inspiring homes that are custom designed. Your independent new home design can be built with modular construction, or you can choose from  one of hundreds of modular home floor plans.

For more information on modular construction to build a green home, contact Tidewater Custom Modular Homes.

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