Modular Home or Manufactured Home

Modular Homes

Modular homes are constructed to meet or exceed the regional, state, or local building codes wherever the home is to be located. Modular homes are built in modules (sections) in an environmentally controlled factory. These modules are then transported to the home site where they are quickly assembled to give minimal exposure to the weather and fast move-in.

Modular construction has become the preferred building method for the quality- and time-conscious homebuyer. Further, prices are less per square foot than for similar site-built houses. For these reasons, more and more homebuyers are choosing a modular home.

Manufactured Homes

Manufactured Homes are constructed to meet or exceed a national code called the "HUD" code (United States Department of Housing and Urban Development). The HUD code regulates manufactured home design and construction, strength and durability, fire resistance, and energy efficiency. It also prescribes the performance standards for the heating, plumbing, air conditioning, thermal, and electrical systems. These homes can be located wherever "HUD" code homes are permitted.

Built on a steel framework ("chassis") and entirely in an environmentally controlled factory, manufactured homes provide quality affordable housing. Like modular homes, these homes are transported to the home site where they are quickly assembled to give minimal exposure to the weather and fast move-in.

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