Popular Modular Home Styles
The Ranch Style modular home (or Rancher) is very popular. They are famous for the short style and limit decorations. They are usually built as a one-story prefabricated home and are extremely flexible when it comes to adding modular additions in the future. You can say they are the most flexible modular style.
Two-story modular homes have two floors above the ground. With this style, common areas can be found on the main floor and bedrooms are on the second story. This style is common among our clients due to space value on a limit piece of land.
More suitable for snowier and colder climate, a chalet style modular home is inspired by Swiss Alpine homes. This is not the most common style for a prefabricated home, but depending on which parts of state you are living in might be a good choice.
Originating in the Northeast, Cape Cod modular home styles are better suited for colder climates and are very popular. This versatile style allows for simple additions, maintenance and with the optional second story. Due to the sharp angle of the roof on this style, these manufactured units often have an attic.
Originating from the southern states, colonial modular homes can be identified by their size and iconic white columns. Considered the more “traditional” style for a prefab home, they often have a front porch that goes 360 degrees around the house. Most of these homes are built with at least two stories.
New advances in modular home technology have allowed for manufactured homes to be built without any size limits. This has created a demand for large prefab homes often called Mansion. Any style of manufactured home can be built into a mansion.