Frequently Asked Questions – Custom Modular/”System Built” Homes

What is an off-site built modular home?

Modular homes from Heritage Custom Builders are constructed in a climate-controlled environment using state of the art engineering and assembly line techniques. Heritage Custom Builders uses the same brand name building materials and builds to the same building code requirements as any local “on-site builder”. State or independent third party inspectors carefully inspect each home we build. Modular homes are shipped to the building site, erected on the foundation by a qualified set crew and completed by Heritage Custom Builders’ staff & subcontractors. Once completed, modular homes are indistinguishable from “on-site built” homes.

Why should I build my home with Heritage Custom Builders?

Protection from the Elements
Have you ever driven past a partially constructed, site-built home on a rainy day? Have you thought about what is happening to the wood and other materials as the water covers them? Warping, separation, saturation, mold and mildew are just a few of the risks that one might incur while building a home in a “traditional” manner. In contrast, all of our lumber is stored in the protective environment of a world-class manufacturing facility alongside all of the other materials and components that will be used in the construction of your home.

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