modular homes network

Manufactured housing is another form of factory construction. Many consumers have mistakenly referred to these homes in the past as mobile homes. Manufactured homes can be installed on your own land (land and home), in a rental community or in a planned subdivision. Looking for a manufactured home is no longer a search for mobile homes, but a search for your permanent residence. Manufactured homes, sometimes refereed to as mobile homes, are constructed to a different building code. This code, the Federal Construction Safety Standards Act (HUD/CODE), unlike conventional building codes, requires manufactured homes to be constructed on a non-removable steel chassis.

Manufactured homes, sometimes referred to as mobile homes, are built to the HUD Code, a national code for manufactured housing. The HUD Code, unlike conventional state building codes used by modular home manufacturers and site builders, requires manufactured homes to be built on non-removable steel chassis. Manufactured homes, sometimes called Mobile homes, are built only to the federal building code (HUD) and do not have to meet the code requirements of the specific destination where the home will be erected. Under HUD requirements, it is also not mandatory that inspectors approve the structure. Manufactured homes are prefabricated, which means that they are ready for installation when you get them. You do not need a full construction company to build the homes on your real estate property because they are made of prefabricated materials that fit together in certain ways to make a specific floor plan.

Manufactured and modular homes have been improved. Those tough rules went into effect in 1994. Manufactured homes have been referred to as "mobile homes" or "trailer homes" in the past. Today's models offer more options and style than those made in previous years. Manufacturers pay laborers an average of 8 to 12 dollars per hour, compared to electricians hired on stick-built constructions that can run close to 50 dollars per hour. Plumber, carpeters, painters, and many more subcontractors will have their separate fees for stick-built homes, while manufacturing plants produce modulars complete for one set rate.

Manufacturers have learned to use wood and steel beams in their floor plans, and they have borrowed from both classical and contemporary designs to give their homes beautiful exteriors. Modular homes today are embellished by Cathedral ceilings, reversed gables and other exciting designs.

Adrian Homes
Advance Systems
Advantage Homes
All American Homes
Alouette Homes
Apex Homes
Avis Homes
Barvista Homes
BonnaVilla Homes
Britco Homes
Burlington Homes
Cappaert Homes
Cardinal Homes
Carolina Building Solutions
Castle Homes of PA
Cavalier Homes
Cavco Industries
Champion Homes
Chariot Eagle
Chelsea Modular Homes
Clayton Homes
Commander Homes
Contempri Industries
Crest Homes
Crestline Homes
Custom Touch Homes
Customized Structures
Deer Valley Homes
Deluxe Building Systems
Design Homes
Destiny Industries
Dickinson Homes
Discovery Custom Homes
Dutch Housing
Dynamic Homes
Epoch Corporation
Excel Homes
Factory Direct Modular
Fairmont Homes
Fleetwood Enterprises
Foremost Industries
Fortune Homes
Four Seasons Housing
Franklin Homes
Fuqua Homes Missouri
Fuqua Homes
Future Home Technology
General MFG Housing
Genesis Homes
Giles Industries
Golden West Homes
Grafton Homes
Guerdon Homes
Guildcrest Homes
Hallmark Homes RI
Hallmark Southwest
Handcrafted Homes
Hart Housing Group
Haven Homes
Heckaman Homes
Heritage Homes
Highland Manufacturing
Hi-Tech Housing
Holly Park Homes
Holmes Building Systems
Homark Company
Homebuilders Northwest
Homes by IBS
Homes by Keystone
Homes of Merit
Hoopa Modular Building
Horton Industries
Indies Homes
Integrity Building Systems
Irontown Homes
Jacobsen Homes
Kan Build Modular
Karsten Company
Keiser Industries
Kit Homebuilders West
Laurel Creek Homes
Liberty Homes
Magnolia Homes
Manis Custom Builders
Manorwood Homes
Mascot Homes
Mod-U-Kraf Homes
Modular One
Moduline International
Muncy Homes
Nashua Homes
Nationwide Custom Homes
New England Homes
New Era Homes
North American Housing
Oak Creek Homes
Oakwood Homes
Oxford Homes
Palm Harbor Homes
Parti Homes
Patriot Homes
Penn Lyon Homes
Pine Grove Homes
Pinnacle Building Systems
Pittsville Homes
Pleasant Valley Modular Homes
Professional Building Systems
R-Anell Homes
RCM Modular
Redman Homes
Ritz-Craft Homes
Rochester Homes
Schult/Marlette Homes
Scotbilt Homes
Shamrock Homes
Signature Building Systems
Silvercrest Homes
Simplex Industries
Skyline Modular Homes
Solitaire Homes
Southern Energy Homes
Southern Structures
Stratford Homes
Summit Crest
Sun Building Systems
Sunshine Homes
Superior Homes
Taylor Homes
Terrace Homes
The Home Store
Timber Creek Homes
Timberland Homes
Titan Homes
TLC Modular Homes
Unibilt Industries
Valley Quality Homes
Wardcraft Homes
Wausau Homes
Waverlee Homes
Westchester Modular Homes
Wick Building Systems
Wisconsin Homes