What is a Manufactured Home?
A manufactured home can be one of the most affordable ways to create your dream house! Thanks to advanced manufacturing techniques, today’s manufactured homes offer much more customization and luxury than ever before.
Technically, a manufactured home is largely assembled in a factory climate-controlled environment, attached to a steel transport frame with wheels for transportation. The wheels are removed when the home is set on a foundation system. Manufactured homes are made up of multiple sections, and they are assembled on site by certified installers. These homes rival site-built homes in terms of options, sturdiness, materials, and affordability.
Quality, durability, safety and affordability is of highest concern. As a result, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development set a federal building code that regulates everything from energy efficiency to fire resistance. We partner with top-of-the-line manufacturers who adhere to these strict codes. Our state-certified contractors ensure the installation exceeds all regulations or code and passes all inspections.
What is a Modular Home?
A modular home is the closest alternative to a site-built home in the factory-built housing industry. Modular homes are constructed in factory similar to manufactured homes, but they are also regulated by and must comply with all local, state, and regional building codes.
The final product is transported to the building site. Then it is unattached, lifted off the transport carrier with a crane, and placed on a permanent foundation system approved by a local building inspector. The finishing work, such as final duct work and plumbing, is completed by select, licensed sub-contractors. Finally, the home is inspected to ensure adherence to state regulations.
Manufactured and modular homes offer style, convenience, and community.