Speaking of Tradesmen

For a couple days now, we have been talking about the various tradesmen that will be working to complete your new Modular Home.  So far, we have mentioned carpenters, plumbers, and electricians.  These various trades will all be working at your new home to do the finish work that typically takes a couple weeks and up to a month depending on the size and complexity of your home.

Yesterday’s blog post generated a conversation that is well worth re-visiting today.  One of our readers commented that all of the various tradesmen on the job should be fully licensed and certified.  Our comment back was that a modular home is completely engineered and thoroughly inspected throughout.  The conversation went back and forth and here is a synopsis of what we all agreed were some of the very best advantages for a modular home:

  • Completely engineered, start to finish
  • Thoroughly inspected both in the plant during construction and from Third-Party Engineering firms that certify compliance
  • Built indoors away from the weather
  • Never getting wet while being built
  • Controlled environment
  • Quality control inspections throughout the construction process
  • Quality control inspections after the home leaves the plant and prior to transport
  • Superior strength in the building
  • 100% Code compliant with Electrical and plumbing codes.

A modular home really is a superior home and is without a doubt The Strongest Built Home available!

Thanks Earl for your input, it is noticed and appreciated.

So, what do you think is the very best reason to build a modular?

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