Construction Process

Modular houses are built out of boxes, called modules, which are constructed off site, transported to a building lot, and assembled into a finished home on the property of the home buyer. All of the materials from framing, roofing, plumbing, cabinetry, interior finish, and electrical are identical to what you would find in a conventional “stick-built” home. The most striking thing about a modular home is not anything you can see, nor how it is made, but where it is made: in a modern factory designed to build good-quality modular homes. Read up on the Why Modular? tab to find out more.