More About Modular Homes
Modular homes are built in sections at the Marlette factory.
Modular homes are built to conform to all state, local or regional building codes at their destinations.
Sections are transported to the building site on special low-boy truck beds, then joined together by local contractors.
Local building inspectors check to make sure a modular home's structure meets requirements and that all finish work is done properly.
Modular homes are sometimes less expensive per square foot than site built houses.
A well-built modular home should have the same longevity as its site-built counterpart, increasing in value over time.