Factory assembly lines have been embraced by Americans for decades because of the efficiency of the process. Modular home manufacturers apply those efficiencies to the home building industry. Each worker in the modular plant has been trained to do a particular job and through experience, has become an expert in that one aspect of home construction. In site-built construction, most contractors’ employees do a range of jobs from framing to roofing to installing floor covering. They may or may not be skilled to any one home building task, and are instead doing everything.
Modular home buyers can always be assured their home meets or exceeds all state building codes. All modular homes are inspected by an independent, third-party home inspection agency before the home leaves the factory. Once a modular home is erected on-site, it is again inspected, this time by a local building inspector, to ensure that the new home is built with the quality and structural integrity required in your community.