|A||Light Steel Structure Villa Material List(many other options available)|
|1||Cold-formed Aluminum Coating Steel||kg||AZ150,G550|
|2||Accessories of steel structure||m2||SGC440,Z275|
|B||External wall system|
|1||Fiber cement wood grain board||m2||3000-210*8mm|
|3||OSB board||m2||thickness: 12mm|
|4||Wall fiber glass insulation||m2||100mm,16kg/m3|
|5||Gypsum board (inside of external wall)||m2||2400120012mm|
|C||Roof & Ceiling system|
|2||Zinc metal tile battens||kg|
|4||OSB board||m2||thickness: 12mm|
|5||Roof fiber glass insulation||m2||100mm, 16KG/m3|
|6||Gypsum board for ceiling||m2||2400mm*1200mm*12mm|
|7||Cornice and kitchen and bathroom ceiling||m2||0. 5mm K-140 steel panel|
|8||Steel gutter system||m|
What's the difference?
Both manufactured and modular homes look like any other conventionally built home in appearance and both are built to codes that ensure a safe and sound investment. Here are the key differences.
Manufactured homes are built as either a single section home or a multi-section home, depending on the floor plan. They are constructed and delivered on a permanent chassis, so a permanent foundation is not necessary. Because of their efficient, high-quality construction, these homes provide the best value in home buying.
Modular homes, while built in the factory and transported in sections, are virtually indistinguishable from a site-built home, though they tend to be better constructed, take less time to build and are more energy-efficient. They are placed on a foundation and are subject to the same codes as any other site-built home, including all local, state and regional building regulations.
While manufactured homes are one-story designs, a modular home can be of any size.
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