Modular homes are built in a third of the time with the same, if not better, quality than traditional on-site building.
- Faster: Modular homes are built in a third of the time with the same, if not better, quaulity than traditional on-site building.
- Better: Modular homes are constructed from the inside out, allowing for all seams and joints to be airtight, giving you the ultimate in energy efficient savings.
- Stronge: Modular homes have to be strong enough to transport from the factory to your property. This means homes are twice as strong as those built on-site without any noticeable difference upon completion.
BENEFITS OF MODULAR CONSTRUCTION
Modular, or off-site, construction takes place in a controlled factory environment. Delays and cost overruns are no longer an issue. Construction is no longer impeded by weather, contractor no-shows or missing materials. Through improved efficiency and state-of-the-art technology, your home is typically ready for move-in within weeks from being set onto the foundation, compared to six months to a year with on-site construction.
Greater control over the construction process also means superior quality assurance. Your home is rigorously inspected during every phase of construction to ensure it meets the highest standards.
Because of the way they’re constructed, modulars are more energy efficient than any home constructed on site. Modular homes' factory-controlled environment enables them to construct homes from the inside out. Drywall seams, outlet joints and other openings are sealed airtight before enclosing them in the outer walls. You’ll enjoy the savings with every energy bill.
Far from cookie-cutter, you can choose from hundreds of plans with new ones being added continually. Each plan can be customized to match your taste and lifestyle. From contemporary to ranch to craftsman, the choice is yours.
MODULAR IS NOT MOBILE
HUD Code homes, otherwise known as mobile homes or trailers, are constructed on a non-removable steel chassis. Their construction standards are not equivalent to that of site-built homes and they are subject to location restrictions. Modular homes, on the other hand, are placed on concrete foundations, exactly like those of traditional homes. Once installed, they’re just like any other in the neighborhood. Most floorplans defy any visitor to tell the difference.