What’s the difference between a modular home and a site built home?
What’s the difference between a modular home and a site built home? Both require a concrete foundation. Both require a driveway and new utility services. Both are wood framed houses with 2×6 walls, 2×10 floors, and insulation in the walls and ceilings that meet all local and state building codes. But modular homes are built sturdier, with up to 50% more lumber. And modular homes stay dry and warm throughout the construction process – unlike site built homes, which are soaked with rain and snow. Modular construction leverages assembly line production, which eliminates overruns and keeps our projects on-time. Site built homes can take 2 to 3 times as long with many, many potential cost overruns. But what does a modular homes look like? Modular homes offer name brand, nationally recognized products like Anderson windows, Moen faucets, solid hardwood flooring, granite countertops, architectural shingles, brick exteriors, large attached garages, covered front and rear porches, concrete walks, asphalt driveways, and anything and everything you would expect as options in any beautiful new home. At Buffalo Modular Homes, we believe in building beautiful homes at a fair price. Contact us today to build a beautiful new home, inside, under budget, and faster than you ever thought possible.