Prefabs such as this 1,800-square-foot one on San Juan Island in Washington represent a speedier, though not always cheaper, alternative to traditional housing construction.
Prefabs such as this 1,800-square-foot one on San Juan Island in Washington represent a speedier, though not always cheaper, alternative to traditional housing construction. Method Homes
Prefabs such as this 1,800-square-foot one on San Juan Island in Washington represent a speedier, though not always cheaper, alternative to traditional housing construction. Method Homes

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December 16, 2016 08:00 AM

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