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  Dating back to the 19 th century, pre-fabricated homes have been an emerging field of construction, with various companies providing ‘Build-it-yourself’ housing kits to people in the world. The concept of modular, pre-fabricated homes is expected to grow significantly in India, owing to its many benefits in the construction industry. As opposed to the conventional mindset of people, pre-fabricated homes are not restricted to two-room, compact and cliché spaces. They can cover thousands of square feet area, with a variety of customizable options and designs available as per the client’s requirements. A wide array of positive factors like affordability, lesser construction time, efficiency, and portability, make pre-engineered homes an enticing option in today’s fast-growing housing market.  Let’s ponder upon the construction process, advantages, and disadvantages of pre-engineered homes.  CONSTRUCTION PROCESS Pre-engineered homes are built off-site, in the controlled environment of a
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