Modular homes and other manufactured homes look exactly the same on the outside. The difference has to do with building codes. All manufactured homes have codes that have to be upheld set by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Modular homes are not only HUD compliant, but also adhere to building codes set for stick-built (site-built) home. These codes are set by the local and state governments. Houses built to these standards can be placed on a basement, and once set, they are permanent. The only difference between modular and a site built home is how and where they are made. The modular home is built in sections, or modules, off-site at a manufacturing facility, then brought to the site of the home and assembled.
Below you will find the current listing of Modular Home Styles available at Lovejoy Manufactured and Modular Homes Sales.
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