How does the cost of Modular Homes compare with custom stick- built homes?
According to an analysis done after the fires in the San Diego region, Reuters reported on October 30, 2007 that rebuilding costs by traditional stick builders will range between $200 per square foot to $350 per square foot. Compare this with $110 – $170 per square foot finished costs of most modular homes, and building modular is an attractive alternative to consider. If you are rebuilding, even if you want to build the same house as the one that was burned, you will have to build according to the current building standards for fire and earthquake safety, drainage, electrical safety, waste disposal, etc. Unfortunately, many of these standards are more costly than what was built twenty to thirty years ago. Our Modular homes reflect all of the current upgraded standards at an overall lower cost than custom stick-building alternatives. What amount of time does it take to build a Modular Home? Each project is unique in its engineering, permitting and building complexities. A standard amou