Gallery: LivingHomes Introduces C6.2, a LEED Platinum Prefab House!


Santa Monica-based LivingHomes has launched the C6.2, an affordable prefab house that is certified LEED Platinum. Previously, LivingHomes had introduced the C6, an affordable three-bedroom home, but the company rolled out this smaller version for homeowners who want a smaller and more energy-efficient option. The sleek, two-bedroom, two-bathroom home is a good fit for smaller infill lots common in cities or for eco-conscious homeowners who want to save on construction and installation costs.

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  1. Bobfive Bobidy April 20, 2015 at 9:58 pm

    This article illustrates how the world of prefab homes is stuck in the same deceptive marketing practices that has worked on prefab end buyers for years. I can’t believe they are trying this in articles intended for builders though. Is this a press release or is the writer sucked into this too? The cost per square foot game is annoying. I actually am quite interested in prefab so I am not just sour grapes about factory housing. This \\\”$145 per square foot\\\” house is going to come out at about $181,000 of pure bricks and mortar construction costs according to the numbers in the article. So thats $181 psf. How about building permits and utility hook up, basic landscaping? Realistically, this house will fly right through $200/sf. In some localities that might be a good price. How about writing an article that give some comparisons that are useful? Such as XYZ builder says he delivers these houses for $x, where stick built equivalents were costing him $Y to deliver. If you want to get builders interested, speak the language.

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