Decades ago this building system produced homes that were often sneered at by conventional site builders, who pointed out that these homes were often limited to boxy configurations and ho-hum floor plans.
But with the advent of computer-aided design in 1990s, manufacturers dramatically expanded their designs. Now customization is king and the homes being built with this system can be found in any neighborhood.
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Now cathedral or tray ceilings, open foyers, hardwood floors, custom cabinetry, built-ins, granite countertops and upscale lighting are all now commonplace. Today’s modular homes can have 12/12 roof pitches with multiple roof lines, thanks to hinged roof systems, piggy-back trusses and other configuration innovations. Cut-aways, bump-outs and staggered configurations are breaking up the once boxy exteriors.
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