Two-Bedroom Modular Homes
Are you designing a custom home in Connecticut, Massachusetts or Rhode Island? If so, streamline the process with Design. Build. Modular. We’ve been in business for more than 100 years, so we have the experience to help you design your new home. When you sign a contract for one of our modular homes, we’ll provide turnkey solutions and cover your needs through every stage of construction, from imagination to creation.
We’re a design-build firm, so we handle it all. We’ll prepare the area, design your dream home, bring it to life off-site and install it in the place you’ve chosen. A 10-year warranty backs each prefab home built by Design. Build. Modular. no matter what customizations we incorporate.
When you work with us, you’ll have a say in every aspect of your new home, from your exterior colors to your floor plan. One of the first decisions you’ll make is how many bedroom and bathrooms your new house will have. New 2-bedroom modular homes are ideal for individuals and small families.
Customize Your 2-Bedroom Prefab House
When you design your new home with us, you’ll enjoy the ease of adapting that home to your preferences. Our floor plans are fluid, so you can edit any two-bedroom, two-bathroom modular homes or other models for more space or storage. Other popular customizations include home offices and open areas in your floor plan.
Imagine a homeowner who hosts overnight guests, enjoys being outside and wants to protect their car from heavy New England snow. With Design. Build. Modular., they can create a home that meets these exact needs, complete with a porch and garage. They can even add a fireplace for a cozier living space in the winter!
Some of the features we can incorporate into our homes include:
- Architectural elements: For instance, you can add interesting windows to your property, such as dormers or skylights, to give light a way into your house. Our team wants to create your dream home, so we’ll give you the freedom to customize its architecture until you feel it has reached perfection.
- Smart home automation: How can you protect your home and ensure your comfort once you’re ready to move in? Consider smart home automation for convenience, energy efficiency and security. Thermostats, lights and locks are just a few of the high-tech options homeowners can install. These features will allow you to monitor and adjust your home’s functions from your phone or other compatible devices.