LivingHomes' modular construction results in higher quality homes.
Using jigs and templates produces more accurate assembly, resulting in tighter joints, straighter lines and
stronger connections. Corners are square and walls are plumb. We don't rely on some guy looking at a bubble in
Engineering concerns often require additional framing elements (such as screws and lag bolts, instead of just
nails) to deal with the buffeting of winds during transportation, and stresses from the crane during installation.
Stronger framing results in sturdier structures than site-built homes.
Inside the factory, shelter from the elements reduces the opportunity for mold, mildew, rust, and sun damage,
including cracking/fading/discoloration and other contamination of materials. Plus, when it rains, nothing gets
wet, so wood won't warp.
Skilled specialists, highly-trained in specific, compartmentalized tasks produce a more consistent, accurate
finish. Quality control is monitored at every station.
National, state and local building codes govern the manufacturers of modular homes, further assuring quality
control. State-approved, third-party inspection agencies review plans to certify the home, a more stringent
standard than most stick built homes.