Abode Custom Builders Inc. Announces New Energy-Efficient Modular Home Plans
Abode Custom Builders Inc. Has a New Set of Modular Home Plans to be Featured on Their Website
Modular homes are built in sections at factories and then transported to their building site to be joined together by contractors. These homes meet all state, local and regional building codes and can be less expensive than site built homes. What sets Abode’s modular homes apart from others is that they use pre-fabricated systems that utilize state-of-the-
The Eco-Cottages that are exclusive to Abode are built to smaller dimensions and are designed to be used as guest homes, home offices, workshops, hunting cabins and hobby spaces. They are made for all environments, giving people the option to have a modular home nestled in the woods or located in a tropical setting alongside the beach. All modular homes leave room for personalization, making it easy to customize the layout, exterior and details to fit their intended purpose.
Abode continues to rise to the top in terms of using advanced technology, high-performance parts and cost-effective materials that won’t jeopardize the quality and aesthetic appearance of the home. In fact, once the structure is in place, it’s hard to tell a modular home apart from one that was built on site. Those that select a home plan from the catalog of Eco-Cottages can expect additional advantages such as better performance in extreme weather conditions, a longer lifespan and energy-efficient features. The reinforced construction and well thought out designs are, in part, some of the reasons why modular homes fare better than those built on site.
The next set of modular home plans come highly anticipated as consumers are eager to see what Abode has in store for prospective homebuyers. With options to customize the home, make modifications during the construction process and endure a short construction period of about 16 weeks from the date the home is set on foundation, modular homes are becoming the smart, practical and financially responsible method for adding onto an existing home or creating extra space. To learn more about Abode’s catalog of modular homes, visit http://www.wncabode.com.