Looks as though things are all set for a home delivery, the driveway is in, foundation is poured, and all of the preliminary site wo
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Today we went to see a job site in southern Vermont, as you can see everything is ready for delivery that will happen in a couple we
Just in case you haven't noticed - it has rained and rained and rained; we are talking about a HUGE amount of rain.
This morning walls for the foundation was poured. Obviously, we will keep everyone posted so you can see the entire process.
How many times have you heard of a home builder offering a completely FREE Two-Car Garage?
Starting immediately - Vermont Modular will build for you a FREE two-car garage with the purchase of The Thornton House, a modest si
This morning ground was broken on a new Vermont Modular home over in mountains south of Montpelier.
Across the country we are being battered by severe storms - tornadoes in Oklahoma, flash floods everywhere, and violent thunderstorm
This afternoon the sun is shining and it is hot. So, with the sun out we got thinking about SOLAR ENERGY.
Yesterday we showed you one ceiling paneled with 1x6" Knotty Pine Boards; today we want to share with you yet another ceiling that i
As you sit enjoying your new home have you ever looked at the ceiling and thought, "....that's beautiful." Well here at Vermont Modu
A modular home is carefully built in a controlled environment away from rain (egad we've had a lot recently) and snow.
Let's pretend that your new Trailhead is situated in a spot that lends itself nicely to the "Log Cabin" look.
As you sit in the Living Room of The Trailhead you have the opportunity to take in the view through a spectacular wall of glass and
Watching The Trailhead being set on its foundation is an exciting part of the process. This is where dreams quickly become reality.