Why Build Modular?
Without realizing it, builders have used modular construction to improve the construction process for years by incorporating factory-assembled components such as pre-hung doors, windows, cabinet modules and roof trusses.
modular construction is simply a natural extension of that process with large modules, pre-built in our manufacturing facility. From pre-wired electrical and rough plumbing to finished carpentry work, modules are delivered to your site with up to 80 percent of the home complete. And the benefits are compelling:
Building your Dream Home
Modular homes simplifies the building process because 80 percent of your structure can be built and inspected off-site. They are constructed in an environmentally controlled manufacturing facility, so construction takes place under cover and your structures are protected from weather-related damage. Our tradesmen also have access to tools, jigs, assembly tables, and material-handling equipment not found on a typical construction site, which results in a higher degree of precision and ultimately yields a stronger, more durable structure. Modular homes are designed to meet and exceed local building codes and use the same quality materials as traditional construction. In addition, modular construction is subject to stringent and comprehensive design review and inspections by state-approved authorities.
The modular process combines the latest technology with the finest building materials to deliver well-built, high-quality homes. We use top brand names – GE®, Moen®, Johns Manville®, Merillat®, Owens Corning® and others – to ensure your home is outfitted by the best. We offer an array of award-winning home designs, including cape cods, ranches and two-story homes, flexible enough to fit nearly any lifestyle or budget. And our wide range of designer options will allow you to tailor the home to your tastes and needs.
Environmentally Friendly and Neighbor Approved
Because Modular homes are built in controlled manufacturing facilities, tolerances are tighter and structures have less air infiltration. This results in more energy-efficient homes that can receive the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Energy Star® rating.
With modular construction there’s also a dramatic reduction in waste due to continuous recycling activities, the use of pre-cut lumber and a greater accuracy in cuts. Material is stored in the facility, which results in less waste from weather damage. And the efficiency of the modular manufacturing process reduces CO2 output compared to traditional site construction.
Also, because 80 percent of modular construction occurs off-site, the majority of the on-site noise, dust, debris and traffic created by traditional construction are eliminated. This also means fewer hazards on the job sites and neighbors are less bothered by the construction.
Come Say Hi!
Woodland WA 98674
Saturday: Appointment Only