The Gomos modular home is a quick-installing home that makes use of the so-called Gomos System developed by the Portuguese architect Samuel Goncalves. The system was created with the help of 18 Portuguese companies.
The process of creating one of these homes involves four simple stages -- production of the structure, finishings, transportation and quick assembly. Modules or "gomos" are transported directly from the factory, allowing for rapid installation on site. The modules are all prefabricated off-site and can simply be attached together.
The prices of the homes will start at around $55,000 and will depend on features. Customers will have the option of adding solar panels, different kinds of paints, flooring, window frames and furniture options.
Easy to install, modular and customizable, the Gomos modular home is a welcome alternative to current home-building options.
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