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Carbon Friendly Affordable Housing


What is Modular House Construction?

At Carbon Friendly Affordable Housing, we take great pride in our expertise in the construction of modular homes, which offer a wide range of benefits. Our homes are meticulously crafted in a state-of-the-art facility that prioritizes environmental protection and utilizes cutting-edge construction technology, ensuring unparalleled precision and efficiency.

One of the standout advantages of our modular homes is their exceptional strength. We adhere to the same local and state building codes as traditional site-built homes, guaranteeing the highest standards of quality. However, what sets our homes apart is their unique ability to be transported from the factory to the home site.

Our homes are built using top-of-the-line materials and features that are often considered as "options" in homes constructed by other builders. As a result, your home will continuously provide you with lasting style, energy efficiency, and reliability.


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Modular homes are structures that are constructed in a controlled and environmentally protected facility, utilizing precise and efficient construction technology. These homes adhere to the same local and state building codes as traditional site-built homes. However, the method of transportation from the factory to the home site results in increased structural strength when compared to site-built homes. In fact, our modular homes not only meet the minimum state and local building codes, but they can also exceed the code requirements for your area, including the stringent 180 MPH Wind Zone requirements.

Modular homes represent the next generation of manufactured homes. By subjecting the structural engineering to state and local codes, these homes provide a means for states to exercise control and certification over the homes' compliance with their criteria. This approach also empowers buyers to have more influence over the design parameters of their homes. Additionally, the removal of the transportation frame, which was previously an integral part of mobile homes, is made possible through engineering the structure to transfer load calculations to the engineered foundation.


Consequently, the frame no longer plays a role in the construction process.

It is important to note that modular homes are built to the same building codes as site-built homes. Once they are manufactured, the only movement they undergo is along the production line in the manufacturing plant and then to the final site. These homes are permanently affixed to their foundations and are virtually indistinguishable from their site-built counterparts.

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