What is a modular home?

A modular home is built in a controlled factory environment in sections or modules, and is engineered and built to the state or local building codes where the home will be located. Factory-built modules are then transported to the site, where they are installed on permanent foundations and completed by professional installers.

Unlike site-built homes, which can take many months to complete, modular construction reduces build time by over 35%. Quicker construction time can save you money and reduce some of the stress of building your new home. The faster your home is built, the sooner you can enjoy it. And because most modular construction can be completed in less time than site built, the cost of interim construction financing is significantly reduced or eliminated.