Modular or Conventional
Modular homes are essentially the same as a site built home built by your local builder. All American modular homes are built to the building code as a site built home. The difference between the two is that a modular home is built in a controlled environment and then transported to your builder in modules then the builder completes and finishes the home.
All American uses state of the art CAD stations which allows us to customize floor plans for your home. The construction process is virtually the same as a home built in your neighborhood but with the efficiency and quality control of a modern factory assembly. A quality control process provides 100% assurance that your home has been inspected for code compliance and workmanship.
A modular home can be completed within a fraction of the time as compared to site built homes. Because of All American’s climate controlled environment, construction is not slowed by weather, theft, or other areas that slow the pace of building.
Modular or Manufactured
Manufactured homes, sometimes referred to as mobile homes, are another type of building system. Many communities have restrictions on where manufactured homes can be located. Modular and site built homes on the other hand, are constructed to the same building code required by your state, county and specific locality and therefore are not restricted by building or zoning regulations.
Models and Floorplans
Today’s Building technology has allowed manufacturers to build most any style of home from a simple ranch to a highly customized contemporary. Take a look at our sample models and floor plans.
As with site built homes, you are allowed complete design flexibility. All American takes pride in it’s flexibility … matched by none!
There is no difference in financing a Site Built Home and a Modular Home, Banks and Lending Institutions treat both types of construction the same.
You will find that the price of a modular home is generally lower than a traditionally built home.