Due to the Pandemic there is a critical shortage of material for home building. Therefore models are very limited for viewing. We invite you to come in and look through our books and we can order and design your home. Visit the websites at [email protected] and www.commodore-in.com for ideas.
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Manufactured vs Modular
Many people often wonder what the difference is between a manufactured and modular home. Both of these are types of factory-built homes that have few differences.
A manufactured home is built on a permanent structure that can be used with or without a permanent foundation after connection to utilities. Manufactured homes are constructed in a factory with federal standards that are enforced by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). HUD regulates the home's design and construction, strength and durability, transportability, fire resistance, energy efficiency and quality control. It also sets standards for heating, plumbing, air-conditioning, thermal and electrical systems. The HUD code pre-empts local building codes relating to federal construction codes for manufactured homes.
Manufactured homes are delivered to the home location in one, two or three sections. All flooring, cabinetry, fixtures, appliances and plumbing have been installed at the factory. If the home has multiple sections, the sections are joined at the site, with minimal finish work completed by an installer, such as the joining of carpet and the connection of utilities. Manufactured housing now offers more living space. The homes are available with floor space ranging from 1,200 square feet to over 2,400 square feet. They are often hard to distinguish from site-built housing.
Modular homes are also built in a factory. They begin as are designed, engineered and assembled in a controlled, factory environment. Modular homes also must meet codes regulated by state and local agencies just like the site-built homes are regulated.
Modular homes can be one or two-story dwellings and are delivered to the home site in two or more sections, sometimes as the shell of a home. Part of the interior work is accomplished at the factory, but most of the interior and exterior finish work is completed by the builder at the home site. The interior amenities installed at the home site are governed by local codes. Modular homes are placed on private property.
Lee Mitzel is the President and owner of North Valley Homes (A Division of Mitzel Builders). He has been in the home building industry since 1977 and so brings many years of expertise to our dealership. You will hear Lee comment often that our manufactured and modular homes are built even better than his "Stick Built" homes. He always says that you can't take his "Stick Built" homes down the road at 60-70 miles an hour!!
North Valley Homes has offered quality manufactured and modular homes since 2003. We are here to help you find the house that is right for you.
2001 46th Ave SE
Mandan, ND 58554
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