Modular Homes are built to be moved
Modular homes are structurally built to withstand a long journey to the final location. It is designed to be lifted with a crane using as little as two straps or cables and placed gently on the foundation. Resting on a foundation is about the easiest thing the modular home has to do. For stick-built homes, resting on the foundation is the toughest challenge.
When working with stick-built homes, these properties are made on the site. Unlevel ground, an uneasy ladder, or mud that hardens overnight can change the structure of the house. Modular homes are built off of the location and are built on steady and consistent ground.
The engineering behind the modular home design that is needed to insure the modular home can take the trip to every home, no matter the location engrains a stronger presence. How much better will you can feel knowing your family is protected every day in a home that was built to meet the rigors required of a modular home?
Taking Advantage of Modular Solutions
Buying modular over stick-built just makes sense. You are buying that is not designed in the weather, but designed to withstand the weather. The delivery from expert drivers, using certified equipment ensures an easier move and build than homeowners realize.
Very few limitations exist when designing a home that will be built using modular construction. A professional builder that really understands construction and the modular method will evaluate a complex home project to determine how best to build it. In those few rare instances where a home’s unique design can’t use nodular construction, it can be provided cost effectively using another building system.