Every homeowner has a few must-have features on their home buying wishlist. For some, it could be a large kitchen, while others might want a master suite. However, there are two important modular home add ons that don’t receive as much attention as other spaces: garages and decks.
If you decide to build a modular home but aren’t sure if the home’s existing square footage is enough for your family, there is a simple solution. While we cannot add or modify your home’s existing square footage, we can add a second level to your modular home.
While modular homes aren’t quite the same as building a regular home, building a modular home is still a major undertaking. There is a lot to consider when taking a design from paper and creating the house of your dreams. Here are three things to consider when looking to build a modular home.
Summer is here, and it's only getting hotter. It can be tempting to keep the air conditioning running full blast, but that gets expensive quickly. So what are you to do? Well, one strategy might be to reduce the loss of cool air in your home. There are a few ways you can do this. Things like sealing key parts of your home, adding exterior paint, and making sure your home is properly insulated can all help you retain more of that refreshing cool air in your home.
Landscapes are an important part of housing as they not only provide an attractive front to the house, they also offer room to invite people over, send the kids outside, or even have a picnic as a family. However, it can be difficult to know what to do to improve the landscape and really make it feel like a place to enjoy. If that sounds like your home, then try one of these tips to improve the landscape around your modular home.
Water bills can be incredibly expensive, especially in the hot summer months. If you want to save money by cutting your water bill, scroll down to find some tips and tricks that could work for you!
Hunting for the perfect house can be a challenging process that can often take longer than you want it to. It can be hard finding the right place that meets your needs and criteria. This may be a sign that you should build your own home. Building your own home offers so much versatility and customization. Since it’s such a big step, you should really make sure you're ready for the challenge.
Whether you want to live "off the grid" or you just want to do your part to make the earth a healthier, greener place, there are things you can do to your home to be an environmentally conscious homeowner. Some of these things have to start with a new home building project, while others can be added to older homes or homes that have already been built.
Here is how to go about it.
Do you cringe every time you open your energy bill? Do you want to maintain your comfort without paying these high costs? Or do you just want to take steps to protect the environment? Whatever the reason, there’s a way to solve this problem. By increasing the energy efficiency of your home through various home improvements you can drastically cut costs all while protecting the environment.
It’s no secret that the custom modular home building process is fast, efficient, and completely customizable. However, maybe you’ve always wondered how much of your home you can actually customize?