factory-built house

prefabricated house

A house assembled from components cut to size at a factory, or assembled from building modules shipped to the construction site.
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This segment of the housing market is increasingly important, and approximately 8 percent of Americans live in a factory-built house.
THE factory-built house featured in the Gazette (04.
As Sunset wrote in 1978, "The factory-built house has been a dream about to come true every year since the end of World War II.
I'm sure that Horden will be pleased to find himself in such distinguished company, but the brief mention of technology transfer denies the importance of Konrad Wachsrnann and Gropius who, along with their dream of the factory-built house, are not included.
A manufactured home (MH), with an average price of $35,000 is an affordable single-family, factory-built house.
During the first phase, 24 factory-built houses were installed on a site called The Plateau and the homes were launched for sale last month.
TV architect George Clarke has revealed he is designing the next set of factory-built houses at an historic former shipyard in North Shields.
Prospective buyers of manufactured, or mobile homes - defined as factory-built houses that are transported to their final destinations in several large pieces and then reassembled - had better act fast.
FACTORY-built houses using technology devised at Warwick University have gone on the market.
House builders are slowly moving towards factory-built houses and we intend to take Dale Joinery towards that method of operating.
In fact, from 1991 to 1996, unit volume doubled in the manufactured home industry, and factory-built houses represent one in every four new single-family homes built today.
Making the move to one of these factory-built houses can seem daunting.