home is built using a highly engineered method of producing
buildings or building components in an efficient and cost
effect manner. The home is built in a factory and then carried
by sections to the site where it is put together by a local
builder. The use of building systems is common in many different
types of residential and commercial construction.
Modular homes are not the same as manufactured homes. Manufactured
Homes comply with the Federal Construction Safety Standards
Act (HUD/CODE), which requires homes to be constructed on
a non-removable steel chassis. Many communities have restrictions
on where manufactured homes can be located.
homes are constructed to the same building code required
by your state, county, and specific locality and therefore
are not restricted by building or zoning regulations. A quality
control process provides 100% assurance that your home has
been inspected for code compliance and workmanship. Your new
home is inspected at the plant during each phase of construction.
Evidence of this inspection is normally shown by the application
of a State or inspection agency label of approval.
home is built in a factory and then carried in sections
by special trucks to a building site where it is put together
by a local builder.