|Services We Provide
We are proud to offer our customers the following unique Client Services:
• Design Services
• Land Evaluation
• Permit Expediting
• Custom Quotes
• Turn Key Packages
• Tear down & Rebuilds
• Log Sided Homes
• Equestrian Barns
Our Service Area
Please call us at 1-845-247-4444 or email us at email@example.com to see what areas we currently cover.
Want to build but don't own your own land yet? Our resources can help you locate a piece of land to build the home of your dreams. Benjamin Custom Modular Homes has a long list of available parcels in all sizes and price ranges across the region. We are dedicated to maximize our skills in getting the best possible price for your home within a time frame that allows you to move forward onto your next adventure. Please contact us today and we will be happy to help you put a home and land package together!
What are the benefits to a modular home?
The modular home building system is a fast-growing form of construction gaining a growing recognition of its increased efficiency and ability to apply updated technology to the needs of the market.
You benefit from the assembly line production process since modular homes are built in factories. Maximum efficiency is used with the labor, with skilled craftsman working between workstations on the floor of the factory. Excellent quality control, reduced waste, and quicker completion (30-90 days vs. 5-12 months for site-built construction) are the main benefits.
The factories buy large amounts of lumber, sheet rock, carpet, paint, and other building supplies. For this reason, they pay much less for each, and you get the savings.
When you take into consideration all the labor, material and time savings that comes with the modular home building process, you will find that the cost of your home is generally less than a traditionally built home.
The better efficiency of construction results in greater value for the homeowner. Work is not delayed by weather, subcontractor not showing up, or missing materials. Bad weather never touches the inside of your house.
Energy Star Homes
We realize their dream of new home ownership by supporting the construction of high-quality, healthy, comfortable, durable and environmentally friendly homes. When someone requests their new home be constructed to the standards required of New York ENERGY STAR Certified Homes, they can take pride in knowing that use of proven technologies and advanced building practices will ensure its performance will far surpass those used in most conventionally built homes.
Determining which home to buy is a big decision. Choosing a New York ENERGY STAR Certified Home is one of the smarter choices because it offers added peace of mind through benefits like these:
Lower Ownership Cost - New York ENERGY STAR Certified Homes use substantially less energy than conventionally built homes. Energy-saving features such as quality insulation, high-performance windows and doors, high-efficiency heating and cooling systems, and energy-saving appliances and lighting all help to reduce energy costs and maintenance. Over the years, this can add up to big savings.
Performance Tested - Each New York ENERGY STAR Certified Home must pass a stringent evaluation, including a computer-based energy analysis of the home’s design, followed by field inspections and third-party performance testing to certify compliance with the required standards. Designation as a New York ENERGY STAR Certified Home is reserved for only those which have been verified as meeting those standards.
A Smart Investment - Specific features which optimize heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, effective water and moisture controls all help to ensure durability and optimum efficiency, increasing system lifespan and reducing future maintenance costs. This level of quality can also help to ensure the home will retain a good resale value.
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What kind of options do I have with a modular home?
Today's modular home covers the entire spectrum of the housing market from the affordable single-family and multifamily housing to expensive luxury homes. Computers have enabled modular home producers to take a mass customization approach and design all models to meet a homeowner's particular needs. The options are never ending!
Do banks provide financing for a modular built home?
Yes. For most banks, appraisers, and insurance companies, there is no difference and they treat modular homes the same way they do site built homes--a house that's constructed entirely on your property. Be sure to consult with your mortgage brokers and banks in your area to explain how they finance modular homes. We can also refer you to our local lenders.
Does it take long to build a modular home?
That depends on the particular design of the house. Some modular homes can be built in the factory in as little as one to two weeks. Since modular homes are built inside, there's never a weather delay. It usually takes another several weeks for us to complete your home once it's delivered to the building site.
Modular Homes are Better Built
Most modular home are actually constructed to be stronger than traditional homes. Modular homes are constructed from the floor joists up, and are engineered so that the homes actually become stronger as one module is affixed to the next with bonding adhesives, bolts, and nails. The exterior walls of modular homes contain 2' X 6' studs, as opposed to the 2' X 4's used in traditional home construction. Remember, the modules of your home have to be sturdy enough to withstand being lifted by a crane onto their shipping trailers and crane-lifted again from these trailers to your foundation.
Modular Homes are Green
Modular home builders are now incorporating green technology into the overall construction of each modular unit. With advancements in environmentally friendly materials and recycled lumber, modular homes are become a popular choice for many. With less waste during the construction process, quicker build times and overall costs being much less as compared to traditional construction methods its no wonder why modular homes are gaining ground.