Wisconsin, commonly referred to as "The Badger State" because of its wintry climate, is home to builders of prefab homes priced under $100,000. These builders rely on modern materials and manufacturing techniques for strong yet safe building processes and ensure energy-efficiency while requiring minimal maintenance costs.
Modular construction tends to be cheaper than site-built homes and allows more flexibility with floorplan. Buyers should note, however, that prefabricated homes may require additional costs related to foundations, land purchases, finishing customizations and site work - typically $30-100 per square foot for base model prefab homes that do not include foundations land finishes and customization. They should also factor in insurance premiums.
Building a prefab home requires first obtaining the appropriate permits and preparing the construction site, before having modules transported by special transportation service to be assembled on-site by licensed professionals who connect all modules together for assembly. As part of their duties, inspectors also conduct frequent checks throughout this process to make sure it complies with local codes and standards.
Wisconsin offers numerous prefab house companies, such as B&B Tiny House and HUMMINGBIRD TINY HOUSING, that offer prefabricated homes for purchase. Both offer luxurious tiny houses that can be transported easily. In addition, both companies provide customization services such as custom designs and electrical fixtures to buyers.