Choose from our existing plans which can be scaled up or down as needed or let us custom design a modular home for you. Please note that the interior layouts of existing plans can be adjusted to suit your needs as long as it is within the code requirements. Units are designed to meet local code requirements of your jurisdiction. Steel frame modular homes are designed to be placed onto a crawl space, full basement or post and beam foundations. All modular homes are designed and engineered for your specific lot, municipality, wind and snow loads. Allow an estimated 4-8 weeks for design and engineering depending on your choices, once engineering is completed allow about 10-20 weeks for production and another 2-3 weeks for delivery. All time frames stated are dependent on decision making processes, destination, season, size and model. These timelines DO NOT apply to multi tenant units or large custom units over 2500 sf. Custom Homes are ready for placement on your foundation as applicable and connection to your site services. Multi-unit configurations are also available. Steel frame modular homes are constructed in factory and ready to ship with your choice of finishes, and upgrades. We may also be able to assist in coordinating third party site work. Let us guide you through the process. We can assist with as much or as little as needed. Superior Stronger Galvanized Steel Framing for less than wood frame prices. Steel framing is stronger, lasts a life time, is better than a wood framed home and can save you 5% vs a typical wood frame home.
The modular homes are finished to about 90% drywall primed ready for paint. Please see the Standard Specifications included in the Modular Homes. Modular homes are built faster than site built homes and can save you thousands as most of the work is completed inside a temperature controlled factory setting where there are no delays due to weather and having to reschedule work crews. There are a few items that are required on site when building a modular home. You will be required to prepare your site and get your foundation ready prior to the arrival of your home. Once your home is ready you will have to coordinate shipping and craning of the modules to your site and ensure that the site is accessible to both the truck and crane. Once the modules are placed on your foundation they will have to be “stitched” together which is essentially sealing and connecting the modules to one another. You will also need to complete any insulation and drywall needed at the connection points, as well as siding and roofing at the connection points on the exterior of the house (partial siding and roofing may already be installed in factory). Lastly you will have to install your HVAC (unless you have purchased a package from us to be installed in the unit – when there is no basement), and then connect your utilities. You can also hire a contractor to help with the site work and finishes required. Buying a modular home means that you could be into your new home months sooner than a traditional site built home. This is because while we manufacture the home in factory you can proceed with all the necessary site work, whereas in traditional stick frame building you would have to finish all site work and only then you can start building the house itself. Ergo you save time and you can also save thousands of dollars in the process.