Each modular house component is transported from the manufacturing facility to the job site by professional drivers.
A steel beam is standard with our modular homes. This will allow for fewer support columns and more usable space in the basement.
A highly experienced set crew positions the first floor rear module on the foundation. The foundation sill plate and the first component is placed on half the steel beam.
The first floor front module is set in place (on the other half of the steel beam). Insulated 3/4 foam sheathing provides an increased R value, resulting in lower energy costs.
The rear second floor module is set and the hinged roof system is being raised. Our standard roof features a 6/12 pitch. Additional roof system options are available.
The front second floor module is positioned and set, with the roof lines coming together.
Once set, the home is secure from weather elements, and the doors are set and ready to lock. The setting process typically takes around 3 hours.
We will complete the remaining construction in about 8-16 weeks after the house has been set. There are many options that we can suggest for your new home or addition.