One of the biggest misconceptions about modular homes is that they fall apart easily. Newer modular homes are built as strong as or even stronger than traditional site-built homes. The house design for modular homes are individually made to meet the local code requirements to adapt to the natural terrain and utilizing foundation options that are available.
With occasional severe weather events or unexpected accidents, it makes sense to make sure your home is prepared for the worst. Resilient modular homes possess several qualities that make them resilient to disasters or harsh weather. They’re built structurally symmetrical, made with durable materials, lightweight, and able to withstand strong winds or vibrations of Earth.
Depending on the location as well as the condition of the soil, various approaches are employed to stabilize the home foundations.