Registration as a manufactured home retailer or installer is not the same as enrollment as an industrialized builder throughout the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. The TDLR registers all accepted homebuilders.
The materials and building techniques you'd expect in any caliber built home are surpassed within an Oak Creek modular dwelling. You also have the added confidence of knowing that your modular home was constructed in a quality controlled environment under the watchful eyes of individuals with more than 30 years of home construction experience. An extra plus is the fact that the new name materials utilised in the construction of your home are never exposed to rain or harmful weather throughout the construction procedure.
Oak Creek promises that each of the materials utilized in the building of your house meet or exceed recommended codes and guidelines, if you compare manufacturers this is particularly important to note, we put great pride -- and you will place great value in Oak Creek quality.
Oak Creek modular houses are constructed for energy efficiency -- thermal pane windows, elevated levels of insulation and a minimum 13-SEER air conditioning system -- begin the list. Does this imply that a more comfortable atmosphere for you and your loved ones, in addition, it means you will save thousands of dollars in electricity bills over the years.
Modular homes are perfect for city or country living as they can be assembled so fast. Remote rural homesites pose no difficulties for modular home building as they might for a site-built house. With modular construction, teams of carpenters, electricians, plumbers and pointers which go from job to job aren't needed, and therefore do not delay your move-in date.
Modular Home construction is much more exacting than that found in"Site-built" homes and it incorporates the efficiencies and quality management developed for"offsite" home building.
Manufactured Homes are built in the factory, transported to the site, and set up beneath a federal building code. The Federal Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards Act (commonly Called the HUD Code) went into effect June 15, 1976. Prior to the date, this kind of house was called a trailer.
Not only does Oak Creek offer home designs using 1,100 to over 3,000 square feet of living space, our house contractors make all aspects of the home-buying expertise easy -- from choosing the house you want --through buy and homesite prep -- to Protection Plan service following move-in. Modular houses, like traditional homes, are funded with a mortgage. Our modular houses qualify for the exact identical mortgage programs as conventional site-built houses. Plus, our Protection Plan (available from participating builders) will be the finest in the business and we are going to respond quickly to deal with any possible issues that occur after move-in.
When you tour a Oak Creek modular house, we request that you have a take a look at the information. Notice trim, the cabinetry, and fittings. You'll discover superior workmanship and brand-names you know and trust. The same is true of the appliances we put in all of our houses. You can expect several years of trouble-free service for you and your loved ones.