Pre Fab But Still Fab

 

 

Getting a cover story is always nice, especially when you find out about it by getting the magazine in the mail and recognizing the image.  “Hey….!” I said.   This one is about a pre fab second home on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.  Prefabricated construction refers to building houses in sections, usually in controlled environments, then shipping the sections to a job-site for assembly. “Pre Fab” has been around since the early 1950’s and has taken some knocks about quality issues. But as green, efficient building methods continue to attract interest, pre fab is making a quiet comeback. Here’s a feature about a hybrid house – half stick built, half pre fab.  This one appears in this month’s Chesapeake Home.  Here’s the story… 

Pre Fab Construction But Still Fab

Pre Fab Construction But Still Fab

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