Nationwide Modular Homes
It's beginnings in 1959, Nationwide is now a leading builder
of modular homes. They have designed and built beautiful modular homes
in a wide variety of styles, and each of their homes reflects their
commitment to detail and quality.
The nation’s premier provider of modular (systems-built) homes,
Nationwide Homes are built in one-third of the time as a
site-built home because of the manufacturing process and the ease
of assembly. A modular home uses 26% less lumber, generates 76% less
waste and is constructed in 37% of the man hours of a similar
Nationwide Modular Homes are built with quality materials, and every home is
built with careful attention to detail. There are about 300 individual
quality inspections during the steps of each modular home construction.
The home is built in a controlled environment, so the inside of a
Nationwide home is never touched by harmful outdoor elements, and are
delivered to a site up to 90% complete (including wall and floor
Held to the same national, state and local building codes as are
stick-built homes, Nationwide homes often exceed building codes.
Modular homes of today are often indistinguishable from site-built
homes. The main difference being cost. Since they must be able to
withstand the ordeal of being transported, often they are more durable
and energy efficient than a traditionally built home. Each floor plan
that is engineered is certified by a third-party. Nationwide Homes uses
a system to construct your home, designing it and building it in a
Nationwide Homes can meet your needs from a 1,000 to 4,000
square foot home. There are several different house plans available
tohome owners, including capes, ranches, split-level and two-story
styles. There is additionally a large collection of home additions
designed for a Nationwide home. No matter the style, taste and size
necessities of families who live in them, Nationwide constantly strives
to make homeowner's dreams a reality.