FAQs 2017-12-20T21:28:59+00:00

Here are some frequently asked questions we received:

Yes, with an IRC Modular, you can. Manufactured HUD or mobile homes, you can move walls, but not add the 2nd floor.
Usually, 2 months, unless there are special circumstances.

Yes – there are handicap options and plans can be modified to accommodate some accessibility issues. We can figure ramps into the project and the factory is flexible about a lot of things.

Yes, covered porches, attached garages, etc. can be added to most homes, especially an IRC Modular. We can add brackets, corbels and other decorative features to most modular homes.

Depending on whether the floodplain has changed based on the flooding, we may be able to place a new home very near the location of the original home. We can replace your home much more quickly than most sites built homes can be constructed and the quality of the construction would be very similar.

We have bay windows and box windows. Either or both can be added in almost any location on your home.

A furnace is included in the base price of a home. It is air conditioning capable – we would just need to price in a compressor to be installed outside and connected to the standard unit inside the home.

Most banks figure about $120 per square foot now to build a stick built home (minimum). An IRC Modular home is considered the same as a stick built home by the banks – the financing is the same and appraisals only use comparables based on stick built home sales. An IRC Modular will run about $70 per square foot, base price. If you add a lot of nice options, it might run about $80 per square foot.


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