The designing and assembling of the many parts of a home at a manufacturer or factory site before they are taking to the site for building by a truck for erection with the aid of a crane is what many refer to as mobile home floor plans. The electrical wiring and the necessary plumbing works will then be done to finish up the construction. This preempted design of a home has the advantage of making available a home in a matter of days as long as a foundation has been prepared for it. A serious disadvantage however is that, you can not alter any part of the already designed house.
Two examples of this preempted home floor design are discussed below:
With minimal effort, fast modular homes or homes low in cost can be put in place very quickly. The panels of a home of 2, 000 square ft can be assembled in a day and in another three days the “dry in” process can be completed by a team of three men. Interior panels of the home may not necessarily be braced by dry wall. The installation of cabinets can take place with ease. Chases in the core of panels permit the vertical as well as the horizontal running of electrical wires for provision of electricity through out the house. Where homes are structured with insulated panels, the advantage of reduction in the use of energy makes it a good option.
A home assembled with panels that are insulated have the advantage of structures that have foam for insulation between opposite walls of cement panels and roofing made of aluminum. This kind of structure can withstand much external force and pressure. They are often used in the construction of ceilings, walls and roofs. The advantage of not needing wood for construction, superb insulation and other eco-friendly advantages have made this type of homes very good.
An idea similar to this is the Geodesic dome design of the Americans. This design makes use of wallboard in the interior, metal steel plates as well as insulation from polystyrene.
There is usually a variety of designs which the manufacturer can offer at your request for a mobile floor plan.
Should your request not be in conformity with any of the existing designs a manufacturer offers, the information or sketches given can be used to modify existing ones to your specifications.
A home that is stick-built is more expensive than a dome kit since it would not require, shingles, provision for gutters, roof bracing with plywood or trusses or tarpaper. To put in place the framework of the structure, the adjoining panels and steel mesh can be linked and cemented at their sides while the external features and other interior wallboard can be put in place too. There are many examples of mobile home floor plans from which everybody can make choices. With these examples you will be able to verify the combination of beauty and durability of mobile home floor plan designs.