Custom Modular Homes USA 

Design flexibility

A bit of history:  Mr. Baker, as the president of NB Properties & Development for roughly 30 years, did not allow the so-called old-style modular in his subdivisions, even though the impressive strength demonstrated by certain modular homes was far beyond that of the site built houses in his subdivisions or in anyone else's. 

But exceptional durability was not enough, even though Mr. Baker felt it could potentially save lives during a violent act of nature. The problem was that modular at that time was still a bit behind the curve in the ease of designing a 1,000 square foot room, for instance, or in addressing the esthetics of interstitial space. Yet Mr. Baker's entreaties to factories to reconfigure operations were to no avail. Since Mr. Baker's need for full-range architectural flair was immediate, he simply went with home built the ordinary way (that is, homes built outdoors). Weaker, yes, but that's what was selling.   

Fast-forward to today: Evolution abounds. New construction elements have unleashed the ease of design flexibility. Factories have conceded to market demand, now building million- and multi-million-dollar homes. For the same dollar spent to buy a weaker home built the ordinary way, a family can now get a CMHUSA heavyweight with extraordinary durability, together with full architectural flair.

In the photos below notice the green-colored framing. You're looking at pure strength. As usual, each CMHUSA section of the house will be built separately, in the form of an extremely strong module. This particular house will have ten modules. Once at the house site the modules get bolted to one another, adding even more strength. The roof in this example will be an amazing 16/12 pitch—truly impressive—at least twice as steep as most. (16/12 means that for every 12" horizontally, the roof will rise 16") The wall studs, as you see in the photo are 2 by 6s, not 2 by 4s. The windows for this home were a specialty order from New Hampshire.

Remember, CMHUSA heavyweights can range from 1,000 square feet to 10,000 square feet and higher. There really is no limit.

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Notice the large open space in the above floor plan; it's 31 feet by 41 feet. Hey, at some point in our life, many of us have lived in a house or apartment not as big as that one room!  By the way, want to guess the height of the first-floor ceilings? Not eight feet, not nine, these ceilings are a full 10 feet.

Before the family moves in, they can watch as their new home is violently tested, module by module.

Each house will be custom to whatever degree a client requires.

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Regardless of whether CMHUSA decides to take on a project, your interest is appreciated. 

 

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