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“System Built” vs. “Stick Built”
CHOICES – A Better Way To Build
SUPERIOR. STRONGER. SMARTER. Our homes reflect our customers It’s Friday night. You have plans to go out for a great meal with your significant other. Perhaps a nice juicy steak with a salad and whatever tasty little side dish… Read More ›
Beware with some “Budget Builders”! You Get What You Pay For…..
Take a close look. These 2 homes next door to each other in a subdivision, site built by a popular area “Budget Builder. Costs are lower but you can see quality is not there. (Siding and roof issues) You won’t… Read More ›
Many people do not realize that there are other ways to build besides the traditional “site built” method. Off-site, or modular building, is a process of floor-by-floor construction done off-site, and then shipping those components to the site for assembly…. Read More ›
How Much Does It Cost To Build A Home?
CLICK LINK FOR FULL ARTICLE Building a customized modular home is definitely more efficient and cost effective!! http://www.homeadvisor.com/cost/architects-and-engineers/build-a-house/ Many people searching for their dream home are coming to the conclusion that to have exactly what they need and want,… Read More ›
Why we sell Ritz-Craft homes…
Customizable and fine quality….. Ritz-Craft Production
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… Read More ›
Yes, a modular home is a traditional stick built home……………
A modular home uses conventional stick framing and must satisfy the same building codes as a site-built home, and holds its value about as well. (Don’t confuse it with a mobile home, which is a depreciating asset built on a… Read More ›
Downtown South Haven Home – example of “system built” vs. “stick built”
Day two on South Haven downtown house. Roof done, heat on, interior almost done. The white “stick built” house, next door, was started in November last year. They just started the interior. This is stick frame versus our “system built”… Read More ›