Today's Building Methods
Today's modular homes are models of efficiency and quality assurance. The process of building your new home starts with the design phase. Your new home is drawn up using our state-of-the-art computers and software, which aid in customizing your home and in producing drawings and materials lists. Once designed, the building process begins. This process involves modern factory assembly line techniques. Your home travels from station to station where all building trades are represented. Work is never delayed due to weather, sub-contractor no-shows, or missing materials. The quality control process ensures that your home has been inspected for code compliance and workmanship.
Modular homes from Corey's Construction are constructed in a climate-controlled environment using state of the art engineering and assembly line techniques. Corey's Construction uses Ritz-Craft, the same brand name building materials as any local “on-site builder”. Independent third-party inspectors carefully inspect each home we build. Modular homes are shipped to the building site, erected on the foundation by a qualified set crew and completed by Corey's Construction staff & subcontractors. Once completed, modular homes are indistinguishable from “on-site built” homes
Corey's Experience of Modular Building
Corey started building his first house as a college project for his father. After years of traditionally building homes, Corey learned about Modular Building Methods. Watch this video for Corey's very own Testimonial.
As technology, manufacturing processes and construction knowledge increase so do the number of house construction methods available to house builders.
The evolution of building methods has allowed builders to meet the housing demand increase in new and more efficient ways.
Off-site modular building is an efficient building technology that allows you to design a turnkey home at an affordable price. Modular building boasts an array of benefits, including:
Climate Controlled Environment
The materials for your home and the build itself takes place in a climate-controlled environment that shields the wood from the harmful effects of weather. The end result is a better built home. Fewer materials deliveries result in reduced disruption and less fuel consumption.
Corey’s Construction sources our building materials from Ritz-Craft, who maintains a high level of quality through the steady employment of experienced, skilled and highly trained employees who have a sense of pride and ownership in the homes they build. Additionally, the team at Corey’s Construction have years of combined knowledge and experience to ensure that your home is built quickly and correctly.
Quality Control Inspections
All Ritz-Craft homes are built with more framing and fastening materials to withstand the stress of transportation, making them stronger than site-built homes.
Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) allows precision customization and flexibility in floor plan designs. We offer a wide variety of customizable ranch, cape and two-story floor plans and elevations. When you choose your floor plan, you will also choose any other home-customizations, reducing the time and choices that could hinder build-time later on.
Overall home building time is reduced by building the home and completing site preparation at the same time. This reduction in time lowers the number of interest payments you will pay on a construction loan. Additionally, you’ll know the entire cost of your home at the outset – our team will walk you through each cost associated with your build – nothing will be a surprise!
Assembly in an enclosed indoor environment minimizes waste material at the factory and at the job site, lessens the environmental impact on the land and the community where the house is being delivered, and allows for a tightly built structure to maximize energy efficiency - all of which are key components to green building standards
Every single action performed during the building of your home is documented and signed by the person executing the task, his or her supervisor and the quality control inspector. In addition, third-party inspectors ensure consistent quality and code compliance that meets or exceeds state standards.