Building a modular home in the Northeast costs 10-20% less than conventional stick built construction and will be completed faster.
By completing your home faster, you will incur lower interest costs on your construction loan.
Modular homes are built year round, inside a factory, using a stable skilled workforce.
With new computer aided design capabilities, your home can be customized easily to suit your lifestyle needs.
Building inside a factory reduces the chance your project will be subjected to the elements, thereby causing damage to your subfloor, roof rafters, etc.
Assembly with precision jigs to better ensure quality.
Construction standards that meet or exceed local and state building codes.
Quality control inspections done by third party inspectors throughout the construction process.
Larger more sophisticated equipment in permanent factory situations.
Green building: all leftover materials used in building a modular home are recycled. (wire, wood, etc)
To facilitate faster construction, the wall studs are precut. This also reduces waste. By ordering construction materials in build quantities, the factory saves money – which is passed on to you.
All lumber is kiln dried and kept in roofed buildings and not subjected to weather related warp or shrink.
There are no construction delays due to theft of onsite materials. All building materials are kept inside secure warehouse facilities.
Double rim joists front and back of house.
Drywall bonded to ceiling and wall studs with adhesive as well as wall fasteners.
Modules joined together with lag bolts at marriage line in the basement and attic.
Flush basement ceiling with main carrying beam built into the floor system.
Separate first floor ceiling and second floor systems on all two story homes.
Larger sheets of drywall used for walls and ceilings for less seams and stronger structure.
Floor sheathing glued and nailed.