Building manufactured and modular homes offsite in a controlled environment has many advantages. Modern
home construction processes combined with a team of skilled craftsmen allow us to build a stronger
and more durable manufactured home. In our method of construction, building materials
for both modular homes and manufactured homes are protected from weather damage that can compromise the structural integrity of the home. In addition, our homes are continually inspected throughout the building process not just to meet the appropriate codes but in many instances they are built to exceed the
Offsite home building methods provide solutions to many of problems often encountered with traditional onsite construction.
90% of our factory-built homes are completed inside, out of the weather.
Less waiting for completion - The home is
built while site preparation is happening. Built in weeks instead of
There are fewer delays from bad weather at
the building site.
The chance of material theft and vandalism is minimized.
There are fewer sub-contractors involved to cause delays.
90% of the inspections completed at the factory
The inspections are more stringent
Decreases number of inspections needed on a home
Volume Purchasing - Our builder constructs hundreds of homes per year, thus lowering the cost per sq. ft to the customer.
Variety of designs - Many exterior & interior designs to choose from along with hundreds of amenities.
Manufactured homes are houses built entirely in a protected environment under a federal code set by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The term "mobile home" describes factory-built homes produced prior to the 1976 HUD Code enactment.
Modular homes are houses that are divided into multiple modules or sections which are manufactured in a remote facility and then delivered to their intended site of use. The modules are assembled into a single residential building using either a crane or trucks.Modular homes are built to the International Residential Building Code or IRC just like any conventional site-built home