Registration as a manufactured housing retailer or installer isn't the same as registration as an undercover contractor through the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. The TDLR registers all accepted modular homebuilders.
Oak Creek guarantees that each of the substances utilized in the construction of your house match or exceed recommended guidelines and codes, if you compare manufacturers this is especially important to note, we put great pride -- and also you will place great value in Oak Creek grade.
The materials and building techniques you would expect in any caliber constructed house are exceeded in an Oak Creek modular home. Additionally you have the extra assurance of knowing that your modular home has been constructed in an excellent controlled environment under the watchful eyes of individuals with more than 30 decades of home building expertise. An extra plus is the fact that the brand name materials used in the construction of your home are not exposed to rain or harmful weather during the construction procedure.
Not only does Oak Creek offer home designs using 1,100 to over 3,000 square feet of living space, our home contractors make all facets of this home-buying expertise easy -- from choosing the house you want --through purchase and homesite prep -- into Protection Plan service following move-in. Modular homes, like traditional site-built homes, are financed with a mortgage. Our modular houses qualify for the same mortgage programs as traditional site-built houses. Plus, our Protection Plan (accessible from engaging builders) is the best in the industry and we are going to respond quickly to deal with any probable issues that occur after move-in.
Not only does this mean that a more comfortable environment for you and your loved ones, additionally, it means you will save thousands of dollars in electricity bills through the years.
Modular homes are excellent for town or country living as they may be assembled so fast. Remote rural homesites pose no problems for modular house construction as they might for a site-built house. With modular construction, crews of carpenters, electricians, plumbers and pointers which go from job to job aren't needed, and for that reason do not postpone your move-in date.
Manufactured Homes are built entirely in the factory, transported to the site, and set up beneath a federal building code administered by the united states. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The Federal Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards Act (commonly known as the HUD Code) went into effect June 15, 1976. Prior to this date, this kind of house was called a mobile home. The federal standards regulate manufactured housing design and construction, strength and durability, transportability, fire resistanceand energy efficiency and quality. The HUD Code also sets performance standards for your heating system, plumbing, air conditioning, electrical and thermal systems it's the only federally controlled national building code.
When you tour an Oak Creek modular house, we ask that you look at the specifics. See trim, the cabinetry, and fittings. You will find brand-names and superior workmanship you understand and trust. The same is true of these appliances we place in all our homes. You can expect many years of trouble-free support for you and your family.
Modular Home construction is more exacting than that seen in"Site-built" houses and it incorporates both the efficiencies and quality control developed for"offsite" home building.