Modular homes are built fast, are inherently "green" because of their cutting/framing technique and can be very high quality. Big Man automatically equated modular with junk and was surprised when he found that not to be the case. I am so excited by the thought of them building the house in a few months! How easy that would be...
However, I want to build a sustainable home. I want to build something that looks and feels "old". Can a modular company do this?
YES! After much research, I found this forward-thinking company, New World Homes. They build green homes in a traditional style. I especially like the Denver and the Carson. I am so excited about the company, I want to quit my job and spread the word for them. They build almost exactly what I would build if I were building it on my own. The houses are designed to feel "old" and to be "green". You couldn't ask for a better fit. I am head over heels.
Both of these companies made me feel very comfortable that they would deliver a beautiful end product.
Ever build modularly or know someone who did? I would love to hear about your experiences.