Modular Homes Have High Standards for Quality Control

Due to the flexibility of design, the rate of production and the reliability of modular construction, modular homes are getting more popular.

Modular homes are built in sections in a factory where they are never subjected to bad weather.  The modules move through the “assembly line” where they are quality controlled as each phase of construction is completed. The completed modules are then brought to your building site and assembled and completed.

Modular homes satisfy all federal, state and local building codes and are often a much higher quality finished product than traditionally built homes.

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Using state of the art production technology, modular homes have a level of quality, efficiency, and overall cost savings that surpasses the highest standards for site-based construction.

Modular construction adheres to the highest standards for quality control as well as complete compliance with local, state and national building codes. Once the modules are being built, modular home quality control specialists and third party inspectors rigorously inspect for quality control at each stage of building.

Modular houses are stronger than site built homes. Typically, modular home contains 30% more lumber than site built homes and floors and walls are both glued and screwed together.

Factory built modular homes are cost effective because they are  one stop shopping for purchasing, designing and building a modular home. For more information contact Tidewater Custom Modular Homes.

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