The Local Modular Home Builders

About Us

We are local modular home builders providing turnkey manufactured homes at an affordable price. Our modular solutions will save you thousands compared to traditionally built homes and provide equal or better value. Our work is guaranteed to be on budget, on-time and built using high quality materials. We provide free consultation and can help you find the perfect prefab solution. We are proud to provide modular home services to 38 states.
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Popular Modular Home Styles

Ranch Style

The Ranch Style modular home (or Rancher) is very popular. They are famous for the short style and limit decorations. They are usually built as a one-story prefabricated home and are extremely flexible when it comes to adding modular additions in the future. You can say they are the most flexible modular style.

Two Story

Two-story modular homes have two floors above the ground. With this style, common areas can be found on the main floor and bedrooms are on the second story. This style is common among our clients due to space value on a limit piece of land.


More suitable for snowier and colder climate, a chalet style modular home is inspired by Swiss Alpine homes. This is not the most common style for a prefabricated home, but depending on which parts of state you are living in might be a good choice.

Cape Cod

Originating in the Northeast, Cape Cod modular home styles are better suited for colder climates and are very popular. This versatile style allows for simple additions, maintenance and with the optional second story. Due to the sharp angle of the roof on this style, these manufactured units often have an attic.

Colonial Style

Originating from the southern states, colonial modular homes can be identified by their size and iconic white columns. Considered the more “traditional” style for a prefab home, they often have a front porch that goes 360 degrees around the house. Most of these homes are built with at least two stories.


New advances in modular home technology have allowed for manufactured homes to be built without any size limits. This has created a demand for large prefab homes often called Mansion. Any style of manufactured home can be built into a mansion.

Interested in learning more?

Modular homes are built inside a factory based on the owners specifications, budget and needs and transported to the site to be installed on the foundation. This process is the reason they are called modular homes as they are often transported in pieces and put together on site.
Modular homes are increasing in popularity in the United States and for good reasons. Technological advances have allowed for more flexible designs and sizes at a far lower construction cost. For example, in the USA modular homes cost on average 30-60% less than traditional homes. Modular homes can offer almost the exact same living experience as traditional homes both in maintenance costs, future additions possibilities, renovations and resell value.
Getting a construction loan or mortgage for modular home is not different than a traditional home. In fact most financial institutions don’t consider any difference between the two. Qualify for a mortgage or loan you need to meet certain income and credit requirements. These are usually federally or state regulated.
Because of their prefabricated nature, modular homes are often refereed to as prefabricated homes (or prefab homes). They arrive prefabricated based on your designs and specifications. Also with the same logic, because they are manufactured inside of a factory, they are often refereed to as manufactured homes. We hope this clarifies any confusion that you might be facing in determining which name represents the industry.

Floor Plans & Interior Design

This is your home, you can design it in any way you want. Our prefab home designers use the latest computer software to bring your vision to reality. The interior of your home can be designed in anyway you need it to. The main thing to consider are designs that increase/maintain your resell value. For example, we help guide our clients to find designs help the resell value of your home. You will enjoy the benefits of this extra service in the future if you decide to sell your property. Here are some of our most popular floor plans:



Free Consultation

We know you have questions and want to know if prefabricated homes are the right fit for you. Take advantage of our free consultation.

At the end of the consultation, you will have all of the information you need to make the right decision.


Design Consultation

When you decide that a modular home is the right solution for you, you will meet with a senior design expert to start building your dream prefab home. The designing process converts yours needs into a digital file using high tech computer software to build a 3D model. This 3D model is then used during the manufacturing process.

Resell Value

As important as the design, price and quality of your modular home is for you and your family, the resale value is also important for the future. During the entire process we will make recommendations to help you get the highest resell value if you decide to sell your home.


When the design is finalized and the permits are obtained, we will begin the on-site phase of your modular home building. The foundation of your home will be built and setup while the manufactured part of your home is being built in the factory.

Less Mess & Disruption

Modular homes are built inside a factory and are manufactured in sections. These prefabricated, modular home pieces are then tightly assembled on-site. This provides a much cleaner construction site with reduced mess, noise and disruption to you and your neighbors. In addition to all of these benefits, risk of weather conditions pushing your project back is significantly reduced.

Time Frame

Most design phases take about 1-2 weeks to finalize (and approved by the wife). After the design is finalized your modular home can be built in about 4-8 weeks.


Franchise Name Address
Southern Energy Homes (Alabama) 144 Corporate Way Addison, AL 35540
Cavco Industries Inc. (Arizona) 1001 N. Central Ave. Suite 800 Phoenix, AZ 85004
Moduline International 1175 Railway Street Penticton, BC, Canada V2A 6K3
Silvercrest Homes (California) 299 North Smith Avenue. P.O.Box 759 Corona, CA 91720
Liscott Custom Homes (Colorado) 1160 Caprice Drive Castle Rock, CO 80104
Connecticut Valley Homes (Connecticut) 128 Boston Post Road East Lyme, CT 06333
Beracah Homes, Inc. (Delaware) 9590 Nanticoke Business Park Dr. Greenwood, DE 19950
Southern Structures Inc. (Florida) 334 Cypress Rd Ocala, FL 34472
Horton Homes (Georgia) 101 Industrial Blvd. Eatonton, GA 31024
Guerdon Enterprises, LLC (Idaho) 5556 South Federal Way Boise, ID 83716
Homeway Homes (Illinois) 100 Homeway Court Deer Creek, IL 61733
Skyline Homes (Indiana) 2520 By-Pass Road Elkhart, IN 46515
Wardcraft Homes (Kansas) 614 Maple St Clay Center, KS 67432
The Home Store (Massachusetts) PO Box 300 Whately, MA 01093
North American Housing Corp. (Maryland) 5724 Industry Lane Frederick, MD 21704
Burlington Homes of Maine (Maine) 470 Main Street-Routes 26 & 121 Oxford, ME 04270
Genesis Homes (Michigan) 2701 Cambridge Court, Suite 220 Auburn Hills, MI 48326
Dynamic Homes (Minnesota) 525 Roosevelt Ave Detroit Lakes, MN 56502
New Castle Homes (Montana) 3105 N Hwy 291 Harrisonville, MO 64701
Cappaert Manufactured Housing (Mississippi) PO Box 820567 Vicksburg, MS 39182-0567
R-Anell Homes (North Carolina) 235 Anthony Grove Rd Crouse, NC 28033
Heritage Homes (Nebraska) 1320 E 7th [East Hwy 35] Wayne, NE 68787
Epoch Homes Corp. (New Hampshire) 4 Chenell Dr, Suite 101 Concord, NH 03301
Zarrilli Homes, LLC (New Jersey) 186 Mantoloking Road Brick, NJ 08723
Hudson Valley Home Source, LLC (New York) 2679 Route 17M Goshen, NY 10924
Unibilt Industries, Inc. (Ohio) 8005 Johnson Station Road Vandalia, OH 45377
Solitaire Homes (Oakland) 7605 Nickles Road Duncan, OK 73533
Karsten Company (Oregon) 1200 Wilco Road Stayton, OR 97383
Ritz-Craft Homes (Pennsylvania) 15 Industrial Park Road Mifflinburg, PA 17844
Custom Modular Designs, LLC (Rhode Island) 535 Atwood Ave. Cranston, RI 02920
Custom Touch Homes, Inc. (South Dakota) 411 SE 12th Street Madison, SD 57402
Clayton Homes (Tennessee) 5000 Clayton Rd. Maryville, TN 37804
Discovery Custom Homes (Texas) 15303 Dallas Pkwy Addison, TX 75001
Irontown Homes (Utah) 1947 N. Chappel Dr. Spanish Fork, UT 84660
Virginia Homes Manufacturing Corp. (Virginia) 142 Virginia Homes Lane Boydton, VA 23917
Huntington Homes (Vermont) 334 Fassett Rd. East Montpelier, VT 05651
Timberland Homes (Washington) 1201 37th NW Auburn, WA 98001
Wisconsin Homes (Wisconsin) 425 West McMillan Marshfield, WI 54449

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