An efficient design process.
Modular home builders can build the home of your choice, however product specifications will depend on the flexibility of each manufacturer. The typical modular home consists of two or more modules, or “boxes,” and consists of the same materials found in site-built homes. Plan reviews and in-factory inspections are done by certified plan approval and engineering firms before each home can receive its final seal of approval.
In many jurisdictions, this exceeds the requirements of conventional home builders. This rigorous inspection process ensures that the home was built to the highest possible standards, and makes certain it was built in compliance to the building code set forth by the state.