It's always to know the pros and cons of the kind of prefab homes before making your decisions. Steel is strong and durable, so it is good to provide the essential element —a secure framework—for your prefab homes. It can withstand strong winds or stormy and that is what a secure and strong home requires. With its metal property, steel can remove your worry about mold, fungus, or termites, which truly provides with you an insect-free home. Steel is waterproof, so it can resist fire and water damage, making your home safer. Steel is excellent for frames of prefab homes. Besides, steel is low-maintenance and lasts for years. Last but not least, steel frame prefab homes, like other prefab homes, take shorter times to assemble in your job sites.
However, the disadvantage is that—steel, as it's a metal, has poor insulation and low energy efficiency. That means to keep a cool home in summers and a warm home in winters, you will have to pay more bills. All in all, its advantages much outweigh its disadvantages.