One of the biggest misconceptions about modular home building is that it doesn’t allow for customization. The truth is, modular doesn’t mean picking a fully designed home out of a catalog. Modular building is a traditional home built in an indoor controlled environment.
When you work with Design. Build. Modular., you have the freedom to create the home of your dreams — often for less than a traditional new home build. Though we offer several standard designs, you always have the option of adding unique features or making changes that better reflect your needs and your taste. We can customize one of our standard designs for you, or build something completely different from the ground up.
Read on to learn about your options, or contact our office to meet with one of our pros at your convenience.
Modular Home Customizations
You can customize your modular home in many ways. Some of the more popular options include:
- Rearranging Room Layouts: With modular construction, you always have the option of adding new rooms or building onto the existing layout. Floor plans are flexible — if it doesn’t make sense to work with a standard design, we can create something brand new based on your requirements.
- Upgrading to Premium Materials: Consider switching out laminate flooring for solid wood, upgrading your countertops to marble or stainless steel, or going with wider stairs or bigger windows. Modular building supports a wide range of popular amenities and features that will make your home a more comfortable, upscale place to live.
- Going Green With Energy-Efficient Fixtures: From high-efficiency heating and air conditioning to sophisticated windows and insulation that maintain a better seal on your home, there are many options for lowering your utility bills and reducing your carbon footprint with a modular home. Plus, the modular building process itself is more environmentally friendly. LEED is green building. … Available for virtually all building, community and home project types, LEED provides a framework to create healthy, highly efficient and cost-saving green buildings. LEED certification is a globally recognized symbol of sustainability achievement.
- Upgrading the Kitchen or Bathroom: The bathroom and kitchen are two of the most popular targets for home renovations. With a modular build, you can design your space the way you want it, adding large islands and countertops, premium hardware and cabinetry, tiled showers and more.
When you work with Design. Build. Modular., we’ll provide expert advice and support throughout the process. We offer a turn-key service that ensures all technical and legal issues are addressed early on, leading to more accurate estimating and less chance of a delay. We can recommend upgrades that will add value and convenience to your new home.
Get Inspired With Design. Build. Modular.
See for yourself how we’ve helped other modular homeowners create their ideal spaces by visiting our Project Gallery. There, you can check out floor plans and get inspired by the possibilities our standard designs standard designs offer.
Ready to get started? We’d be happy to go over your budget and put together a detailed proposal for modular home customization. Call or email Design. Build. Modular. today.