Working with East Norwich-based Ballymore Homes, one of the few modular builders on Long Island, the Hoyt family had a custom-built, 3,500-square-foot home designed, created in a factory and delivered to their lot within seven months in April 2005. The home cost them in the low- to mid-$500,000s. It would have cost 20 percent more if it had been traditionally constructed....
The full article discusses modular construction and prefabs in more depth.
Title: Going with a modular home
Author: Laura Koss-Feder
Length: 1300 words
Date: November 2, 2007