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10 Awesome Modular Homes That Can Be Built in Just Three Days

Modular November 1, 2016

Modular homes are built indoors in a factory-like setting. Thanks to creative minds, many of these modular buildings can be purchased and set up in just three days on a prepared building site. These beautiful homes are transported to their new locations, where they are brought together by their builder. Living in this type of home sounds simple and reduces stress to residents since it’s small, and also portable. Another thing is it enhances intimacy among family members to have a small house, but since they’re modular, they can later be expanded if more space is needed.

These awesome modular homes are built by firms we’ve already indexed in our Modular Home Designers and Builders Directory. You can go there and search out the name of the company, and also find builders near your area.

Beautiful green house
Designed and built by  Magic Green Homes
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Lovely modular home
Designed and built by Cradle to Cradle
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Fantastic factory-fabricated home
Designed and built by Robert Gurney
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Simple dwelling
Designed and built by Jonas Wagel
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Gorgeous bamboo home
Designed and built by BIO Architects
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Stunning modular home
Designed and built by Big Box
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Eco-friendly dwelling
Designed and built by Architect 11
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Solar-powered home
Designed and built by Ceardean Architects
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Eco-vacation house
Designed and built by MYCC
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Brilliant micro dwelling
Designed and built by Architect Samuel Gonclaves
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