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Modular Home Construction for Homes that Meet or Exceed Local and State Building Codes - Greensboro, NC

Joseph Coupal - Friday, December 16, 2016
Modular Home Construction for  Homes that Meet or Exceed Local and State Building Codes - Greensboro, NC

To the layperson, a finished modular home is indistinguishable from a traditionally built home. Even though modular construction is a faster way of building homes, modular homes will always meet or exceed local and state building codes. However, it is important to note that speed of completion and quality are not the only advantages of modular construction.

Modular construction allows for the modules for each modular floor plan to be prefabricated inside a weather-proof and temperature-controlled facility at the same time. Each module is thoroughly inspected by a team of engineers and QC experts to ensure integrity, quality, and compliance. This team performs quality checks throughout the entire construction process. As temperatures often dive well below freezing this time of year, the builder and homeowner need not fear delays cause by weather.

The modular homes in Greensboro, NC are built with state-of-the-art building technology and precision-cut materials. Despite the shorter time to completion for modular homes over site built homes, homeowners can be confident that their home is of the same or better quality as those homes built using traditional construction processes.

To find out more about the advantages of modular home construction, contact Silverpoint Homes.