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With high-priced land, labor shortages, and competition from production giants, many stick builders are giving factory building a second look.
Factory-built wall panels are not only square and true, they can also cut overhead, time, and design work. We examine the pros and cons of framing with panels.
Manufactured components aren’t limited to structural panels and trusses. Here’s a wide-ranging collection of factory-made items for interiors and exteriors.
This long-time steel builder describes the basics of pre-cut steel house frames and why he’ll take the screw gun over the hammer any day.
A developer who builds both modular and stick weighs the merits of both and tells under what conditions modular makes the most sense.
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