The term Modular Home is often misunderstood. Modular building isn’t a style of build, but rather a method of construction. In other words modular homes are finished pieces or sections called modules that are prebuilt off-site and assembled on a fixed foundation.
Modular tconstruction is completed in a climate controlled factory ensuring there are no structural compromises due to high levels of moisture becoming trapped in the new construction because of poor weather conditions. This also means weather delays are not a factor in modular construction allowing your projects to be completed on time and on budget.
Modular construction is built no different from a traditional site built home when it comes to designs, building code requirements, materials available and building standards. All of our homes meet and exceed all national building codes and energy requirements. Modular units can even be designed to match the external aesthetics of an existing building and other modular units.
The foundation and the building construction can be underway simultaneously, cutting your overall build time by 30%-50% over that of a traditional build.