Healthy Homes of the Future

Here is WHY modular homes can be a synonym to Homes of the Future: Modular construction enables healthy living by protecting the physical and emotional well-being of their owners; are energy efficient thus reducing energy costs, while at the same time contributing to the global goal of supporting a healthy environment by conserving earth’s resources and safeguarding our planet’s life support systems.

Little is spoken about how the buildings we live in affect our health, mood, and productivity, and unfortunately, even less is spoken about how the most common building materials can have an adverse effect on our health.

Thanks to our innovative offsite systems, we can create high-quality prefab modular building systems that lend themselves well to care for homes and for other healthcare purposes.

Our volumetric homes use materials and designs which provide for a warm, comfy dry and extremely livable modular home. We produce houses that come as close as possible to the “passive home” standard as possible, taking full advantage of natural heating and cooling, through clever design and premium materials, that in short describe the eventual future of living.

Unlike Volumetric home parts, traditional construction materials are often subjected to rain and snow, not only in construction sites but also as they are exposed by the seller, thus they can get covered in nasty environment toxins like mold, mildew, and rust.

How are homes of the future as healthy as possible?


InstaBuilt homes of the future are built safe and nontoxic. They incorporate green features that minimize the build-up of indoor air pollutants, humidity, and allergens. These characteristics are vitally important to your family’s health since airborne pollutants are five times more toxic inside houses than outdoors.

There are also many other ways to a healthy environment by using: low-VOC paints, non-toxic glues and stains, above-code insulation made from recycled plastic bottles, and thermal mass flooring areas to name a few. Not only does this mean a great environment for the home’s inhabitants, but many of the measures—particularly those intended to regulate temperatures—reduce running costs, and a much lower power bill.

Living longer is important, but those years need to be healthy ones. (American Health Association)