On other pages of our website, you’ve learned that a Next Generation Modular Home costs no more than a "stick-built" home but features higher quality products and uses 30% more construction materials resulting in a Higher Value Home.

How can that be? It’s all about TIME.

The construction of a Next Generation Modular Home takes about a third of the time required to build a comparable conventional “stick-built” home. This time saving adds to YOUR bottom line!

We’ve outlined the steps translated into time for the construction of your Next Generation Modular Home. Review them in detail below and feel free to print our handy timeline sheet, that will show you a side-by-side comparison as well.

Example of a 3,000 sq. ft house (barring any potential weather issues)
  Modular Construction Timeframe
  Site Preparation  
  Grading and site preparation Week 1 to 3
  Foundation  
  Curing of foundation
   
  Construction at Factory  
  Framing Week 4 to 5
  Installation of windows and Exterior doors
  Roofing
  Rough electrical
  Rough plumbing
  Rough HVAC
  Insulation
  Drywall
  Underlayment
  Interior doors installed
  Window, door & base trim installed Week 6
  Painting
  Bathroom and kitchen counter tops and cabinets
   
  Modular is delivered to your site - On-site finishes begin
  Finish electrical Week 7
  Finish plumbing
  Siding installed
  Finish HVAC Week 8 to 11
  Hookup to water main, or well drilling
  Hookup to sewer or installation of a septic system
  Carpet and flooring Week 12 to 13
  Finish painting (Touch up)
  Punch list & Move-in Week 14
 
  Total 14 Weeks (approx.)