Yes – As a matter of fact, the quality of raw materials used in modular construction is superior to site built construction. This is due to the fact that all of the materials have to be straight in order to fit in exacting tables and jigs to insure square and accurate construction. Our construction takes place indoors – out of the elements where the home is protected during the construction process. Heritage typically uses 20% – 30% more material in the framing of our homes to insure not only the structural integrity, but also a safe and secure trip to your building site.
Heritage uses only kiln dried #2 Grade or better lumber to frame your home. Heritage manufactures the roof trusses for each home in our truss plant at our facility in Wayne, NE. We use only the best 2X4 and 2X6 lumber in the construction of our roof trusses. This increases the live load rating of our roofs to greatly surpass the national code requirements. Here are some of the quality products that may be used in the construction of your new Heritage Home: Moen Faucets, Aker by Maxx Tub/Shower Units, Seagull Lighting, Kwikset Locksets, Armstrong Laminate and Vinyl Flooring, Bruce Hardwood Floors, Kohler Brand Whirlpool Tubs, CertainTeed 30 Year Shingles, Gerkin Comfort Series Windows or Pella Windows, CertainTeed Vinyl Siding, LP SmartSide Siding and more.
All of the products that we use to construct your home are screened for durability, quality and product warranty. In addition, our buying power allows us to purchase high quality materials while passing on the cost savings to you.