Are “modular homes” and “manufactured homes” (mobile homes) the same?

No. Modular homes are constructed to the same state, county, and local building codes as traditional site-built homes, and are not restricted by building and zoning regulations. Your Modular home is inspected at the factory during each phase of the construction process, and an individual third party inspection agency approves each home before it’s delivered [...]

Are Modular Homes “Green”?

Modular homes, by their very nature, are “Green”. Assembled in a factory controlled environment reduces the waste of material, lessens the environmental impact on the land and the community. A Modular home also allows for a tighter built structure to maximize energy efficiency—all which are key components to “Green” building standards.

How is a Modular Home Built?

Modular homes are built in segments (modules) in a factory controlled environment. Skilled craftsmen use precise methods and machinery to construct your home, which is actually built stronger that a traditional site-built home, since it is transported and lifted onto your foundation. Modular homes are models of efficiency and quality. The homes can be custom [...]

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