Modular

Modular homes are built to the standard and specifications of the Ohio Basic Building Code (O.B.B.C.) The floor joists and side walls are supported by either basement or crawl space walls. If you look up at the underside of a modular home you will see the wooden floor joists and steel jack posts, just like a site built home. A modular home has no steel frame unit and is transported on a reusable carrier. Modular homes come in various models, such as ranch, cape cod, and two story homes. They have finished drywall on all interior walls and offer a variety of roof pitches.  A modular home has no title and is considered and taxed as real estate.

Burro

Foundation 

Foundation (#9) is a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom modular featuring drywall throughout, stainless steel appliances, a laundry room, and a sliding glass door off the dining room for a bright and open kitchen.

Foundation 

Foundation (#9) is a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom modular featuring drywall throughout, stainless steel appliances, a laundry room, and a sliding glass door off the dining room for a bright and open kitchen.

Foundation 

Foundation (#9) is a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom modular featuring drywall throughout, stainless steel appliances, a laundry room, and a sliding glass door off the dining room for a bright and open kitchen.