System Built Modular Homes define the system of building a conventional home in modular sections under state certification for a specific builder and their customer and site. System Built Modular homes are built to the I.R.C. (International Residential Code) specifications to comply with state and municipal building codes for residential construction.
Establish How Much You Want to Invest Custom home building means designing a home that fits your dreams and your budget. The first step is to what you are capable of investing. You need to discuss this with your lender or your Heritage Home Builder.
Architectural building plans are included along with the suggested foundation and garage plans, if required, for the on-site construction work and for your use in obtaining financing.
With full customization and a huge selection of options and features we know we have what you want. We have sold homes that were planned around the exact location of the family Christmas tree or where the children would sit each evening doing homework and telling stories about their day.
The factory operates with eco-friendly and recyclable procedures. Once the home is delivered to the site, the use of factory /systems-built products can lessen the impact to the project by decreasing traffic to and from the site and the length of time from start to completion of the project. Less material waste means less construction material dumped into the local landfill, reducing the project’s carbon footprint.
Modular and manufactured homes are not the same. Manufactured homes are not placed on permanent foundations. Manufactured homes, sometimes referred to as (but are not always) mobile homes, can be moved from one location to another. There are specific laws and regulations regarding these relocations.