In recent years, many housebuilders have switched to a modular construction style.
With the rise of digital fabrication and 3D printing, the number of housebuilders with a modular approach has increased dramatically.
A modular house is made up of several parts that can be individually glued together, and is constructed with different materials.
The modular house can be built in a number of different configurations, ranging from simple, open-plan structures that can accommodate up to 12 people, to the highly structured multi-bedroom homes of modern day architects.
Building modular houses has the potential to revolutionise the way people live in Ireland and has helped the construction industry become a more viable, sustainable business.
In this guide, we will take a look at how modular houses can be used in Ireland, including the different types of modular houses, the advantages and disadvantages of building modular homes and how to maximise their potential.