You might already be aware that offsite homebuilding is A Smarter Way to Build®. Well, it’s true! Manufactured and modular homes are fast, affordable and attractive. But how do these innovative homes come to be? Skilled craftspeople, of course! Thanks to our amazing teams of builders across the country, you can find a gorgeous prefab home near you with ease and trust.  

Let’s take a peek into what goes on inside one of the factories where these fast, affordable and attractive homes are built! Come with us to Sugarcreek, OH and feast your eyes on the nuts and bolts of building a modern manufactured home!  

 1. We’re Goin’ Down, Down Baby! 

The cabinets are constructed upstairs and then transported down a ramp for installation inside the house.  

2. Know the Drill 

During the installation and construction of plumbing systems in manufactured homes, the HUD Code provides the necessary guidelines to ensure proper implementation. Check out this real-time plumbing! 

3. Keeping You Cozy 

Installation of insulation occurs while wall sections are on the jig to ensure a secure fit. Want to learn more about insulation in our energy efficient homes? Click here

4. A Fine Line Between Fast & Faster 

The Gang Nailer is a game-changer for our workers, enabling them to work with greater efficiency and precision when constructing walls. Thanks to its capability to attach drywall to the wall framing quickly, we can now build more durable walls in less time than ever before. 

5. To Top it Off… 

Roof sections are constructed in a specific area and then lifted onto the top of the building using a crane or hoist. This ensures that the roof is properly installed and will provide the necessary protection for the home. 

6. Teamwork Makes the Dream Work! 

Roofers have the advantage of working indoors, away from harsh weather conditions and other outdoor hazards. Similarly, in offsite construction, working in a protected indoor environment is one of the reasons why it is often faster and more efficient than traditional site-built homebuilding. 

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