Building A Modular Home in Enid

with Express Modular

With modular construction, your new Enid abode requires considerable and thoughtful planning that should be accomplished early in the project strategy. Your abode is going to conform to all local building codes but you’ll need to prepare for the border line settings, and have virtually all local construction permits. Additionally, you will need to find out soil type and conditions, water table and frost line so that you can create your design.

Your preparation needs to incorporate acquiring the real estate and identifying where to set your house within the property. Being the owner, you will need to also develop a plan for development of a perimeter foundation wall structure, which must be completely aligned so as to support the modular home upon arrival. One particular critical piece of the program is to plan a thirty-foot diameter area located near the perimeter foundation and free from trees and wires that’s completely level so that you can place the building crane used to set in place all of the components in position on the footing.

Don Beck Modular Home Consultant

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Creating Your Modular Home

Design for your new modular home starts with establishing the Wind Zone, Thermal Zone and Roof Load Zone of your building site. All of these have to be integrated in the layout from the beginning, as well as employed in the engineering phase of your plan. You’ll need designs for your attached garages, porches or outside patios as they are not part of the modular home plan. It is essential that you catalog what you need to design into the home so it can be determined that these can be incorporated into your plan.

There are no limits to the size of to the design with modular homes; presently we see layouts as big as 1500 to 3000 sq ft built in Thirty-two segments, with the typical range between 4 to 6 thousand sq ft in 10 to 12 sections. Each and every home Express Modular makes available are created this way, including our modular log homes and our many enviro-friendly home options.

Installing A New Prefabricated Home

After the assembly of the sections is finished and they are brought to your home site we begin the important phase of your assembly – the placing of your modules by the assembly crew utilizing construction crane gear. When they’re placed, the last stage of the installment is the completion of installing utilities, painting, installation of the flooring, along with the set-up of your equipment. Cleansing and tests makes certain all things are in excellent condition and that the last inspections and occupancy permits can be completed. Generally, the external perimeter drive way, patios, walks along with decking are installed to finish the project and the residence is ready for occupancy.


Green Modular Home Construction

Express Modular properties are made “greener” and are usually more energy efficient compared to traditional households of the past. The insulation and additional resources employed in production are built into the your home right from inception. Energy-efficient appliances will be standard and, using upgrades,your home becomes more eco-friendly. The climate control manufacturing setting as well as re-cycled materials offer additional possibilities for an environmentally friendly residence. With low-flow fittings on faucets, shower heads and sinks, the question of green modular homes shouldn’t be too difficult. Approximately fifty green home labeling programs around the country offer interesting and important aspects to building green. Check them out to see if one can help provide you more information.

All the insulation and other supplies included in manufacturing are manufactured in the your home from inception. Energy-efficient home appliances are standard and with upgrades,your home becomes more eco-friendly. Both climate control production environment and reusable materials offer added possibilities for a sustainable home. Using low flow fittings on faucets, shower heads and sinks, your green modular home environment is complete.

We Manufacture Modular Homes in Enid

What Our Customers Are Saying

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