Modular refers to a method of construction, not a type of home. Single family homes, town homes, duplexes, multi-plexes and two-story homes can all be built using modular components.
Modular constructed homes are built based on the National Building Code (NBC) as adopted by the provinces and applied via CSA A277 Procedure for Certification of Prefabricated Buildings, Modules and Panels, within quality controlled, process-driven environments using specialized equipment designed to reduce material loss and shorten conventional construction time frames.
Energy Efficient & Streamlined
The controlled environment prevents weathering and provides superior energy performance over a site-built home. Assembly line procedures *optimize insulation and air vapour barrier installation thus resulting in a tighter insulated envelope requiring less energy to heat and cool the completed structure. The use of warehouse assembly line construction also eliminates any potential for on-site vandalism and neighbourhood construction debris during the building and finishing phases of your home.
Regulated Building Process
Our members strictly adhered to building processes ensuring home construction timelines are kept on track utilizing highly skilled trades people along every step of the way. As many as twelve separate inspection stages are performed on each home from electrical circuit tests, plumbing tests and water line tests to high pressure compressed air, finishing and exterior tests.