Small Modular Homes Floor Plans

Small Modular Homes Floor Plans. SOLETA Small Spaces Addiction
Small Modular Homes Floor Plans

SOLETA Small Spaces Addiction

A modern process with modern advantages. Why not take advantage of modern modular structure for your new house? We provide an assortment of modular home floor plans, including ranches, Cape Cods and manicured houses, just to mention a couple. A number of our models provide exceptional architectural options, exterior elevations and interior designs.

Modular homes provide cost savings other approaches cannot. Since most modular structure can be completed in less time than site-built structure, by way of example, the price of interim construction financing is significantly reduced or removed.

Our modern signature extends beyond selection and construction to offer you a hands-on role in designing your next residence. Homebuyers can personalize a design by adding additional living space and bedrooms in addition to alternative kitchen layouts and a number of other conveniences. Available choices vary based on the model.

Our function as a major producer of modular houses requires us to buy large quantities excellent building material -- achieving economies of scale that result in cost savings we move along to you.

But there is more to like about modular homes. Modular homes can reduce construction time by over 35 per cent, bringing you to your new home quicker so you can enjoy it more. Site-built houses can take many weeks to finish, while modular houses are assembled on site and usually finished within a week.

. Modern homes are residences developed at a controlled factory environment in segments, or modules, then transported to the construction site. There, they are installed on permanent foundations and done by professional artisans.

Modular homes offer remarkable price. With more than 60 years' experience, you'll find our commitment to excellence in each module, nail and rug fiber and also in each of our floor plans. Our modular homes are professionally engineered and assembled by architects and always inspected to make sure they meet precise state or local construction codes.

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