Mobile homes, Mobile housing

Mobile Homes
Before making a final decision on which Karmod Mobile home you’d prefer to purchase, you may want to know the difference between Manufactured Housing and Modular Housing.

Multi-Section Mobile Homes
Manufactured and Modular homes look like any other conventionally built home in appearance. Both are built to codes which ensure a safe and sound investment. They are built utilizing economical construction techniques combined with a minimum of on-site work making both products an attractive housing alternative.


Single-Section Mobile Homes

Single-section manufactured homes are built to the same federal standard as multi-section homes. Single-section homes enjoy the same benefits of efficiency and quality through factory assembly as multi-section homes. Single-section manufactured homes provide highly affordable housing when compared to conventional construction. Many single-section homes are considerably less per square foot than site-built product. While single-section homes can be located on private property, many times they are located in manufactured housing developments which boast an array of amenities to enhance your lifestyle

On-Site Work

One of the advantages of Manufactured and Modular Housing is the reduced start to finish time of the project. While your home is being constructed in a climate controlled environment, foundation and utility work can take place on site. When the manufacturing process is complete the interior finish from the walls, countertops and cabinetry right down to the carpet are typically installed. Both Manufactured and Modular Housing are transported to the site and quickly assembled, insuring minimal weather exposure. Once the sections of your house are assembled, the connection of utilities and a short list of interior finish work complete your new house.

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