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Albany

1380 Sq. Ft.

Aspen

1325 Sq. Ft.

B4L I

1506 Sq. Ft.

Bayview

1241 Sq. Ft.

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Bridgewater

1435 Sq. Ft.

Brookdale - Coastal

1380 Sq. Ft.

Brookdale - Trad

1380 Sq. Ft.

Bryant Park

1529 Sq. Ft.

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Calhoun

1721 Sq. Ft.

Copley Square

1545 Sq. Ft.

Craven

996 Sq. Ft.

Cumberland

1664 Sq. Ft.

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Downingtown

1840 Sq. Ft.

Edisto

877 Sq. Ft.

Franklin Ranch

1522 Sq. Ft.

George Mason

1250 Sq. Ft.

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Granville

2033 Sq. Ft.

Gulfport

1375 Sq. Ft.

Hawthorne

1739 Sq. Ft.

Hickory II

1320 Sq. Ft.

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Homestead I

1594 Sq. Ft.

Homestead II

1868 Sq. Ft.

Homestead III

1868 Sq. Ft.

Homestead IV

1876 Sq. Ft.

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Kent

1008 Sq. Ft.

Kinston

1460 Sq. Ft.

Liberty

1824 Sq. Ft.

Longwood

825 Sq. Ft.

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Magnolia I

1767 Sq. Ft.

Magnolia III

1739 Sq. Ft.

Mayberry I

1601 Sq. Ft.

Mayberry III

1578 Sq. Ft.

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Meridian

1589 Sq. Ft.

Newbury

960 Sq. Ft.

Oakdale - Coastal

1248 Sq. Ft.

Oakdale - Traditional

1248 Sq. Ft.

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Sandston

1546 Sq. Ft.

Springfield

1182 Sq. Ft.

Spruce - Coastal

1264 Sq. Ft.

Spruce - Traditional

1264 Sq. Ft.

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Staunton

2046 Sq. Ft.

Sumter

1479 Sq. Ft.

Whitfield

1902 Sq. Ft.

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More Than Two Modules

Not all prefab ranch floor plans are double wide modular homes. Some modular ranch homes are designed to be deeper than the typical "double" 24, 28 or 32 feet deep. There are a number of modular home factories who build three module deep homes or tripple wide prefabs. Today's modular home floor plans are available in every floor plan configuration to meet your new home buying needs.

Sloped Building Lots

If you are building your modular home on a sloped building lot, it is wise to create a walkout basement or a tuck under garage. Walk out basements will require additional insulation, but will add living space at a fraction of the cost of an addition. Any modular home with a tuck under garage requires the garage ceiling to be insulated and covered with 5/8" type X gypsum for fire protection and to block nasty VOCs from entering the living space above.

Air sealing and insulating the garage ceiling in a modular home is best completed on site with spray foam insulation. In addition, raised ranches and split level ranches with cantilevers should be air sealed and insulated with spray foam insulation. By air sealing and insulating these areas, the living space and floors will be more comfortable and the home will cost less to heat and cool.