When it comes to quality homes, Genesis is a leading brand in the market that is trusted. With over 55 years of experience in the house building industry and a relationship with more than 25 different manufacturing centres throughout the United States, a quality built home is easy to obtain. Here's some background information and history about Genesis modular homes.
All about Genesis
Genesis provides modular homes of all types. Including both single family and multi-family, single family modular homes range from ranch and cape cod to two-story homes. Genesis multi-family homes can be built under townhomes designs, apartments and of mixed-use versatility for property leasing companies or real estate agents. Having been awarded from The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), as well as the Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI), Genesis is now an award-winning company that can construct you new modular home with quality and appeal. US magazines "Country Living" and "Popular Mechanics" have featured Genesis homes. What is a modular home? Often mistaken for mobile homes, modular homes are similar but quite different in comparison. A modular home is a prefabricated house having its parts made at a manufacturer and then shipped to the location of the new home. Many refer to this style of home as manufactured housing, but the industry preferred terminology is modular homes. Modular homes also have pre-wired electricity to optimise organisation, and may include already completed carpentry to avoid further expenses associated with home-building. Those parts are assembled usually on top of a foundation in the perimeter, but can be built onto a basement as well. The International Building Code, also known as IBC, monitors the regulations for all modular homes built within the United States.
What are the benefits of building modular?
Cost Cost is usually the most significant benefactor in building your home modular. Hiring different subcontractors to construct separate rooms and levels of the home is no longer a necessity, because up to 80% of the home is manufactured in an offsite facility. This manufactured assembly also reduces the overall home building process. A modular home can be built in nearly 1/3 of the time it would take to build the same size home with different contractors. This efficient method of home building is proven to streamline the architectural and engineering costs associated.