BusinessWeek looks into the benefits of building modular homes. Including reduced time to build, decreased costs, customized architectural styling and improved quality.
Archive for January 2009
Douglas Cutler gives a tour of his stunning modular home in Wilton, CT. He explains how building a modular home saved him about $250,000 in building costs.
A brick is a man-made module of elegant simplicity that has been used by home builders for thousands of years, and although seemingly lifeless, assembled piles of bricks stuck together with mortar rise into a protective structures, just as cells called skin combine to cover and protect our bodies.
Douglas Cutler, renowned modular architect, speaks out against bias suffered by factory buit homes. “Why does it matter where a house is built as long as it is built right.” A good factory takes the utmost care when building a house.
Modular Homes: Labor shortages and stricter credit requirements pave the way to a beautiful modular home in your future.
Now that the vast majority of our immigrant construction labor force has left for greener pastures… who will be left to build our homes when the new home construction market returns?
The good news is the inevitable; surplus new home inventories will eventually dry up and new construction starts will begin anew. But, it has been [...]
Very few people can take a stack of boxes and turn them into a pleasing home. Only a trained architect, with certification in modular systems structures, can take those modular boxes and make them into classic Victorians, grace-filled Colonials, charming Cape Cods, and bold and light filled contemporaries.
A trained architect is always the answer but [...]
Each week, on this blog, I am going to fight for the homebuyer by discussing my vision of the future of home building. In a land where homebuyers will be ever more demanding to have the amenities of the modern age, I want to forward to my readers the advantages of SIP technologies in modular construction.