Many people confuse a system built modular home for a style of home instead of a technology. A modular home looks and performs like a stronger and safer site built home. Modules are built to the same building code using the same or higher quality materials. System built modular homes are much more efficient and green due to a smart building system.
1 Choose an efficient modular home plan
In order to start building a house, you need a plan. What are your needs? What is your style? How many people will be living in your home? These questions and others should be considered when you decide on a home design. You can do this in one of two ways. You can either browse our floorplans online, through our easy floorplan search function, or come visit our office in Wylliesburg, VA for a one-on-one consultation to discuss your options.
2 Talk money
Dreaming about your new home is fun, but it is best to keep your budget in mind while doing so. This will help you to choose features and floor plans that fall within this budget plan. It may help you to know that modular homes can be financed the same as site built homes through your lender. So, a trip to your lender where you get prequalified will come in handy to know exactly how much you can spend on your new home right from the start. Our network of builders can help you determine how to get all of your needs met while still finding room in your budget for the fun stuff.
3 Select Products and Finishes
Now that you have a floorplan and a budget, here comes the fun part. You can browse through our product guide and finishes section on this website to determine what special touches your home will have. You can customize your cabinets, flooring, light fixtures, lock sets, countertops, bathroom fixtures and much more. This is where you let your style shine through. You can even decide on the exterior siding and doors.
4 Sit back and wait. The magic is happening.
Once your builder signs our paperwork, we will start building your home with great care and precision according to your chosen floorplan and customizations. Your home will be shipped in modules, sealed up tight, and shipped to your pre-selected site. From there, your local builders will put your home together piece by piece and make it airtight and ready to move in.