Carlow company delivers prefab homes for €200,000
Firm that develops modular houses from steel components on the factory floor seeks €15 million to expand
CarlowBuild, a modular manufacturer, has started to deliver homes for €200,000 in Ireland and is scoping out a €15 million expansion to more than double its output.
The Carlow-based business, owned by Enda Byrne, develops prefabricated detached, semi-detached, terraced and duplex homes on the factory floor using steel components.
All the components, such as wall panels, floor cassettes and roof trusses, are made in the factory from a steel coil. The system has secured approval...
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