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Building green in a factory

According to a recent report in Mashable, building a traditional house can create some 8000 pounds of landfill materials. Some factory builders like Connect Homes claim they can reduce that by 75%. They also assert that using energy-efficient technologies and appliances can save home owners an average of $3,383 per year.

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Factory building makes a home more precise. It cuts down on construction time. These can yield savings in costs, including future maintenance and utilities. These are good reasons for home shoppers to consider the factory home building option.

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Factory home building can include modular and prefab (panelized) forms of construction as well as manufactured homes. To learn more, read other articles and see the videos on the MHLivingNews.com website.##

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