Modular Home Plans with Building Costs
9 Reasons to Love Them
Faster than Stick Build
Actual Building Costs
Unlimited Design Options
|Stronger 20% More Wood||Price Per Square Foot||3D Room Designs|
|20% More Energy Efficient||Energy Star Rated||2D Floor Plans|
Raised Ranch's/Split Levels
1000 - 1200 square feet
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Frequently Asked Questions
Question: How much more efficient are Energy Star Rated Homes?
Answer: Energy Star Certified Homes are at least 15% more energy efficient than homes built to traditional standards, and include additional energy-saving features that typically make them 20 to 30% more efficient than standard homes.
Question: Is every modular home plan on your website Energy Star Rated?
Answer: The building costs on this website can be used as a general guideline for the home you are considering. When you are ready to to build, we will help you design a home and price it with all the options you are looking for.
Question: Are modular houses stronger than conventionally stick built houses?
Answer: Many people will be surprised to know that modular homes (in comparison with traditional stick-built homes) are built with 20% more wood in the framing process. Learn more about modular home construction.
Question: Are there any design limitations with today's modulars?
Answer: Technology and experience has evolved modular home construction to surpass traditional building standards in many ways. Experts say that modular construction will become the primary home construction method of our future.
Today modular homes exceed building standards of traditionally built homes, because they are built in a quality controlled factory environment; where every process is checked and re-checked before the home leaves the factory. There truly are no limitations with modular construction today, just an abundance of options!
Question: What is a LEED Rated Home?
Answer: LEED for Homes is a rating system that promotes the design and construction of high-performance green homes. We are teamed with an authentic LEED compliant home building factory to help you with your first genuine green home.