- 1920 ft²
- 32'0" x 68'0"
There are many misconceptions about factory built homes, but the reality is that they’re often held to even higher construction quality standards as site-built homes. This ensures that they are solid and can withstand the transportation and installation process. Modular homes are also unique in that they can be thought of as stick built homes. The only difference is they are assembled off site to the local building code and then delivered and set on a permanent foundation – for example, in Coosada, Alabama!
Park models, also called tiny homes, are one of the most recent and quickly growing trends in factory built housing. Many home buyers are looking for a vacation getaway or a cabin retreat in the wilderness, and discovering that a prefabricated park model is the perfect fit for them. Typically, these are classified as a single-wide home below a certain square footage threshold. If you’re in the market for a new tiny home in Coosada, Alabama, just browse our selection of homes and filter down by the “home type”.
Why does building a home inside a factory make such a big difference? Traditional homes that are built outdoors are often victim to bad weather, like rain, wind, or even snow. All of these things can drastically slow down the process of building your home. Alabama is no exception, and that’s why having your home constructed in a climate-controlled, precision factory environment guarantees your home will be in pristine condition and be built much faster.
Wondering what it’s like to live in Coosada, Alabama? We understand that choosing a place to live is almost as important as choosing a manufactured or modular home that’s right for you. Take a look below and see what the area has to offer. Compare the average cost of a traditional stick-built home in Coosada with that of a manufactured or modular home, and see why factory-built is the right choice. We also have lots of helpful links that can help you explore Coosada and get a better idea of what it’s like to live there.