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How long does it take to build a mobile/manufactured home?
Thursday, June 21, 2018
A manufacturer can produce a home in anywhere from two days to a week or so. It’s an assembly line process that is similar to the one for carmakers, just slower moving. The climate-controlled environment and specialized tasks of each worker make it more labor-efficient than site building a home and, of course, a manufacturer that offers only simpler home designs with fewer available options can produce a home quicker.
Although construction is fast, a backlog of other customer orders may mean it will be a month or more until your home starts heading down the assembly line.
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