If you are interested in learning more about hurricane reinforcements and how to prep your home for a hurricane, it would be a good idea for you to watch this video. Safeway Homes Factory can put together 1.5 homes every day. Basically, they work in steps, and they put together different sections of the home.
Each home starts out in three sections, which are the kitchen, the bedroom, and the roof. Each section of the house is actually constructed on an assembly line, using the technique that was pioneered by Henry Ford when he was making cars at the very beginning. There are 17 stations in the assembly line.
When they’re done, all three of these pieces are transported to the site, and they are bolted together on site. These homes have often been built to replace homes that were damaged by hurricanes, meaning that they are built in ways that are meant to be strong and withstand the damage of hurricanes. The connections between drywall and studs are glued, which makes them stronger than screws, which can potentially shear off during a storm. Of course, if you want to make sure that you have as much protection from hurricanes as possible when you are living in one of these homes, you should ask the builders and any other experts what you can do to make the home even stronger and more hurricane proof.