A heavyweight CMHUSA modular home may look like this. The homebuyer and family may wish to watch as the modules are brutally tested (Test One and Test Two noted below).
A house built the ordinary way may look like this, perhaps a mirror image of the modular. But don't be fooled by appearance. If brutally tested, this home would likely collapse.
|Vernon A. Baker, Jr., narrating this video, is a systems engineer and the managing member of Custom Modular Homes USA.|
Yes, you have a choice: CMHUSA will build a house plan by using CMHUSA-acceptable modules, or will build the home the so-called ordinary way, hence, no modules. Either way, the two homes may appear to be the same, especially if trim detail, windows, roofing, siding and so forth are the same.
But deeper than beauty and appearance is durability. Although there can be no guarantee of survival, the home with the CMHUSA modules may logically be a better place to be in the even of a catastrophic storm, earthquake or other violent act of nature. Every CMHUSA heavyweight modular will be tested and will easily survive man-made Test One and Test Two in the topic "What is a modular home?" Also in this Website, see "No Excuse for Poor Construction."
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