Today’s manufactured homes can be shipped with top-of-the-line brand name appliances. Custom add-ons like fireplaces, decks, and porches are now also easily achievable. Advances in the building process have allowed manufacturers to produce homes in a wide array of architectural styles. While homebuyers can choose from many pre-existing floor plans, they can also customize the layout of their new home to fit their budget, taste, and lifestyle. Manufactured homes are customizable to a degree that leaves traditional stick-built homes at a disadvantage.
For those home buyers looking to purchase a specific model built in a factory setting, inclement weather is no big deal. Saving valuable time, money, and effort, factory-based construction – as you might expect – is not dependent on good weather. While remaining dry, factory production also reduces theft, minimizes damage, and eradicates vandalism. While eliminating unforeseen loss due to theft and bad weather, this process also reduces nuisance expenditures related to ensuring stability, security, and consistency throughout the construction process. These savings on materials translate directly into greater affordability for the homebuyer.
A modular/ manufactured home is merely the accepted terminology for a single-family home built in a factory setting. Today’s factory built homes are constructed by experienced craftsmen, skilled in every aspect of the building process. In other words, they’re skilled journeymen at their chosen trade. Today’s prefabricated homes are built to a rigorous set of construction standards that address every aspect of the home. From the initial planning stages to the ultimate move-in date, Southern Colonel Homes has one goal in mind: to guarantee the highest level of safety and construction in your next manufactured home.