FYI: True modular is built to the same residential building code as the home you live in, particularly if you live in a residential subdivision. The national building code for much of the U.S. is the IRC.
Sorry, the building code does not give letter grades, such as A, B, C, or D, so it's up to the buyer to figure it out.
Tip: For a heavier, easier to maintain home, consider ``true modular.`` There is no need to settle for the ordinary ``site-built`` way of building.
The term true modular is subjective, but don't ignore it. To determine for yourself just how superior a proposed true modular may be versus a proposed site-built version, hire an independent engineer to do a comparison.
Then, if the price is the same, choose the superior home!!!
A superior-built home may cost less to maintain, feel more comfortable and quieter, be safer, and may cost no more than a poorly-built home!
The good news: CMHUSA's founder is an industrial engineer, I.E.O.R, and residential and commercial contractor who invites you to independently compare.
FYI: For any price range, including homes in the $millions, true modular may make you the happiest.
Look for ``USA`` in our name. It's www.CustomModularHomesUSA.com.