From selecting the floor plans to the features and options that you want, we have made the entire process of building a custom modular home as easy as possible. Just like an assembly line, modular homes go into production with all the information and features in hand. Modular construction is more efficient than stick-built homes and has lower costs. With smarter planning you can be living in your new custom modular home in a matter of weeks, not months. Although your house is completed quickly, quality materials and careful attention to detail are built into our modular homes.
We use modular building systems to construct your home. Modular homes are designed and built in a climate controlled environment that protects the entire structure during the build. This means harmful weather never touches the inside of the home.
While a 100% site-built home may have one or two inspections during the build, a Nationwide modular home goes through 300 quality inspections and third party inspections to ensure the highest level of quality through the entire modular construction process.
Because our modular homes need to be moved to the site, they are engineered to a higher standard of strength than stick-built homes. Pieces are nailed/screwed and glued to add strength to the structure and make our modular homes more durable against the adverse effects of Mother Nature.
In a typical 2,000 square foot site-built home there are 8,000 pounds of waste that end up in a landfill. Building custom modular homes in a factory setting greatly reduces waste because materials and resources are recycled and reused. Materials are not used on only one project, additional lumber and supplies can be saved and reused in the next modular home.
The modular home itself is also more energy efficient. The attention to detail and strength reduces gaps and drafts that can occur; drywall panels are nailed and glued during the build. The increase in quality construction of a modular home transfers into heating and cooling savings for the homeowner. Many times modular homes can require a smaller furnace or air-conditioning unit than a comparable site built home.
Homebuilders and homeowners have the same ability to create a custom home with modular construction. Select from our 100 plus modular home plans and then design the custom style you want. Hardwood floors to Corian counter tops, you can choose from thousands of upscale presonalized features to fit your budget and taste.
We offer capes, ranches, split-level and two-story modular homes. Many personalized features are also available that will help customize the home to your own personal tastes. This is what we call Custom Made Easy. Whether you are looking for a home from 1,000 square feet to 4,000 square feet, we can meet the needs of builders and homeowners.
For those who desire to enlarge a current home, an array of modular additions have been designed to fit an existing home or a Nationwide modular home. Our remodeling additions range from bedrooms, family rooms, kitchens and garages, to sun rooms and offices.
Because our modular homes are constructed faster than 100% site-built homes and in a controlled environment, costs savings are natural. With many modular floor plans and custom options to choose from, we will make it easy to find something that fits your budget.
Our modular homes qualify for all mortgage programs. The same mortgage rules and regulations apply to purchasing a Nationwide Custom Home as to a 100% site-built home. Assistance is also available in helping you to determine the financial program that best fits your needs.
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"My family and I were delighted at the amount of options we were able to choose for our modular home. It was far more than what other builders were offering. We were able to get everything we wanted and more. "
Larry & Desiree Long,
Nationwide Homes are built to the same building codes as traditional site-built homes.