Modular houses are the strongest of all frame homes built. A typical modular home contains 30 percent more lumber. Floors and walls are both glued and screwed to withstand the rigors of over-the-road transport and crane lifting when setting the home on a foundation. Make no mistake, modular is just a better way to build!
Modular homes are healthier homes because they are produced in a climate controlled facility. Likewise, the materials used to build your modular home are stored in a warehouse until they are needed. This means that none of the products used to build your home have extended exposure to inclement weather, thus reducing the probability of unhealthy contaminates such as mold.
Modular homes are better for the environment because less construction is performed on site
Modular houses are greener homes due to the utilization of per-engineered components such as floor and roof trusses
Modular construction solves labor problems since most of the labor is performed in the factory there will be less instances of subcontractor no-shows
Modular construction is typically faster since your house and foundation can be built simultaneously and it reduces work stoppages due to inclement weather or poor subcontractor performance
Modular construction offers improved quality over site built through the use of jigs, fixtures, adhesives and techniques that just can’t be used in the field.
Modular construction is more energy efficient: since houses are built from the inside out we are able to seal around switch and receptacle boxes from behind the wall.
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Many lending institutions prefer modular construction because of the minimized risk delays
Modular construction helps to reduce pilferage since the day your house is delivered; you’ll be able to lock it up.