What is modular?

Modular homes use factory-built prefabricated units and are delivered on site as modules. Typically, these modules consist of six-sided boxes placed together on site to create a complete building. They can be placed side by side, connected end to end, or stacked with a crane to form a vertical structure. Modular houses are usually completed before being transported and delivered to the site.
All modular houses are prefabricated, but not all prefab houses are modular houses. The difference between the two lies in the pre-construction of its components – prefabricated home buildings involve prefabrication of their individual parts and structures, such as panels or modules, whereas modular home construction involves pre-designing and creating complete modules or units to be assembled or Stacking.