MODULAR OR MANUFACTURED
Modular VS. Manufactured Housing
What Are MODULAR HOMES?
- Modular Homes are built in a controlled factory environment and then transported to the construction site.
- They are installed by professionals onto permanent foundations.
- Modular Homes conform to the State and local Residential building codes and must be approved by local inspectors.
- Modular Homes can reduce construction time significantly compared to traditional homebuilding efforts.
- Modular Homes can be customized to fit your lifestyle and needs.
- Can be financed with conventional lending and banks.
- Modular Homes can be built on a crawl space or a basement
- Indistinguishable from a site built home
- Can be any size, one or two story
- Energy efficient, sustainable, and green construction practices
What are Manufactured or Mobile Homes?
- Manufactured/Mobile homes can come as a single or sectional home.
- They are built in a controlled factory environment, which means they are protected from weather elements, vandalism, or other hazards.
- These homes are engineered and constructed to the strict specifications of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s federal building (HUD) codes.
- Manufactured/Mobile homes are inspected by third party inspectors before leaving the factory.
- Can be placed in a Manufactured/Mobile Home Community and sometimes on private land depending on the local municipalities.
- Can be financed using unique programs with chattel lending
- Manufactured/Mobile Homes are set on block piers bearing on 42” concrete footings
- Energy efficient, sustainable and green construction practices
- More Affordable than stick built homes
How it works…
Once you decide if your new home will be placed in a community or private land we can help you determine which construction options are best for you. If placing your home on private land you will need to hire a construction contractor.
Modular Vs Manufactured
Community Vs Private Land