About Modular Homes

Leading the way in green construction, modular homes are built in a factory setting. This controlled environment reduces material waste, weather exposure, and time spent moving materials around. It adds up to countless customer benefits, putting you in a customized, quality home in less time and with less stress.

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Attend the Building Systems Councils Mega-Tour and see the smartest advances in facility operations, efficiencies and practices from the inside out.
Modular Home Building Council member, Ritz-Craft Corp., has designed a collection of modular home plans for hurricane-affected areas.
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Thanks for joining the Building Systems Councils as we celebrated the first annual Building Systems Week (Aug. 4-10, 2013). Though the "event" is over, the benefits of building systems remain the same. Some of these include: Quality Control: Buil
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Watch how a modular home is assembled on site.
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Members of the Building Systems Councils and Operation Finally Home recap their experience designing and constructing a systems-built home near Camp LeJeune for wounded Marine Vincent Gizzarelli and his family.
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A modular home is a house built in one or more sections in a factory, then transported and installed on a permanent foundation at the home site. Learn more about this type of home construction.
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Use this directory to locate modular manufacturers across the country that can deliver your new home! Most modular manufacturers have local or regional representation or a network of builders to put the finishing touches on your dream home.  
The Building Systems Councils and its members have a wealth of information about concrete, log, modular and panelized homes. Preview the individual brochures here.
Modular homes are the ultimate prefabricated building system.  Designed and constructed to meet or exceed local building codes and allowing nearly 90% of a home to be constructed offsite, a highly customizable home can be built in a controlled factory environment while the building …
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Got questions about building systems? The BSC has answers.
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Having your new home built, piece by piece, on your land is the traditional method of construction. For centuries, craftsman constructed homes this way, stick-by-stick, dealing with rain or snow, unreliable subcontractors, and other obstacles that prevent a home from becoming …
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