Michael Seemann, like many other LIers who lost their homes in superstorm Sandy, explored the option of building a modular home. These homes can be built fast and offer some cost savings. Check out these photos of the construction of the Seemanns' Long Beach modular home that was built between April and May 2013.
The finishing touches are made on Michael Seemann's
The finishing touches are made on Michael Seemann's modular home in Long Beach. (May 7, 2013) (Credit: Howard Schnapp)
The kitchen in Michael Seemann's modular home in
The kitchen in Michael Seemann's modular home in Long Beach. (May 7, 2013) (Credit: Howard Schnapp)
After the modules have been assembled, the stairs
After the modules have been assembled, the stairs are finished and the wires, pipes, ducts are installed. (May 7, 2013) (Credit: Howard Schnapp)

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Michael Seemann's modular home in Long Beach is
Michael Seemann's modular home in Long Beach is set upon its foundation with a crane. (April 16, 2013) (Credit: Howard Schnapp)
Michael Seemann in front of his modular home
Michael Seemann in front of his modular home in Long Beach, which was assembled on the foundation with a crane. (April 16, 2013) (Credit: Howard Schnapp)
Modules are reading for assembly. (April 16, 2013)
Modules are reading for assembly. (April 16, 2013) (Credit: Howard Schnapp)
Modules are fastened together to create Michael Seemann's
Modules are fastened together to create Michael Seemann's new home in Long Beach. (April 16, 2013) (Credit: Howard Schnapp)