In case you decide to begin a new project and have doubts regarding to the process of modular construction versus that of traditional construction, here is an infographic explaining the main differences between the two. Discovered on modspace.com, the chart below brings some interesting facts to the table, starting from clearing out the main characteristics of the building processes; while modular construction uses prefabricated elements that are transported on site up to 95% complete, traditional construction deals with building developed almost entirely on site.
All the arguments in the infographic lead to a clear conclusion: modular building is better because it is 50% faster. Moreover, modules include exterior and interior finishes, as well as plumbing and various installations. Another interesting fact brought to the reader’s attention is that weather and vandalism have no impact on modular construction. In the end, the appearance can be the same as any traditionally-build dwelling. What is your stand on the subject?