Plastic house production sees the structure developed on site and transported to the location of construction. This means that each of these homes can be erected in record time in an efficient way. Almost like a giant version of flat pack furniture, plastic houses can be put together in much the same way as a range of bedroom furniture! This idea is something has seen a rise in popularity and not just with plastic houses.
Many homes can now be purchased in kit form from timber framed homes to those using a plastic frame work and erected in accordance with a set of detailed instructions. Whilst for some individuals, it has become a trendy thing to do and will provide a talking point for many years to come it is also a way in which mass housing can be made easily accessible for those in financial need. Take for example the last mass build project of any note in the United Kingdom. After the Second World War, many new homes were required in a very short space of time – this heralded the birth of the Prefabricated House. Whilst today’s plastic houses have come a long way in design and manufacture, the principle remains the same.