Custom Modular Homes
Modular homes are houses that are divided into multiple modules or sections which are then manufactured in a remote facility and then delivered to their intended site . The modules are assembled into a single residential building using either a crane or trucks. Modular components are typically constructed within a large indoor facility on assembly lines much like Henry Ford originally instituted with his automobile company. Such facilities use an assembly line track to move the modules from one workstation to the next.
Independent building inspectors are on site to supervise the construction and ensure that all building codes are adhered to during assembly. We work with some of the best manufacturers in the country. We work with Manorwood, Muncy Homes, Colony Factory Crafted Homes, Champion and North American Housing homes to provide the best up-to-date quality construction and technology designed to save you money for years to come.
Modular Ranch Homes
The Ranch Style modular home, also known as the rancher or the rambler, originated here in the United States and is known for its short stature and minimal exterior decoration. It is typically only one story tall and is usually either an asymmetrical rectangle or an ‘L’ shape. Thanks to their simple design, Ranches tend to be fairly inexpensive to build. A big plus for ranch style homes is that it’s easy to add modular additions once the home has been built.
Modular Chalet Homes
Chalet Style modular homes take inspiration from Swiss alpine houses and are ideally suited for colder, snowier climates. They commonly have high, pointed roofs tilted at extreme angles to prevent too much heavy snow from building up. Another common feature is the size of the windows. A chalet style home will typically have extremely large windows to allow as much light in as possible. This not only brightens the house and provides amazing views, but by increasing the amount of direct sunlight, making heating the house much easier.
Modular Cape Homes
The Cape Cod Style modular home is common in colder climates and is most popular in the Northeast where it originated. Usually an affordable option with one or two stories, the style features an exterior usually covered with shingles, windows with shutters, and dormers (horizontal windows that stick out of an otherwise sloped roof). Due to the sharply sloped roof, Cape Cods will often have an attic for extra storage space or an additional floor.
Modular Two Story Homes
A Two-Story Style modular home is exactly what it sounds like, a house with two, above-ground stories. While other styles often have second stories, a Two-Story style home will not fit the look of other styles, making it uniquely its own. Typically, communal rooms like the kitchen, living room, and dining room can be found on the bottom floor while bedrooms are on the top floor. This design is perfect for a growing family on a smaller piece of land. Building up takes less space than building out!