WHAT ARE MODULAR HOUSES?
Modular houses consist of modules or repetitive sections. The modules are made in the factory, putting together materials in one element, which can be combined with other modules to create more rooms and more complex constructions.
The variations of combining a modular house are endless - putting them one after the other in one row, side by side, etc.
The module houses are transported to the construction site, where the last assembly works are performed. The construction process on site is kept to a minimum due to the degree of completion of the modular house. This in turn reduces the potential impact of weather compared to the on-site construction process. The result is high-quality, sealed, and energy-efficient modular homes.