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Don't confuse double wide trailers with two box module home in Indiana. My wife is from the state of Indiana and when I told her I sold modular homes,she thought I wore a pinky ring and sold double wides. When she saw the modular homes I was sending to New Jersey, she was shocked. Many people in Indiana believe a mobile home and a modular home are one in the same.

During a visit to Indiana I watched a crew build a foundation for a "modular" home. It was the scariest foundation I ever saw in my life. The advent of building codes in Indiana will eventually improve the over all quality of housing stock. Modular homes are built to higher building codes than areas that have no building codes at all. If you are looking for a superior home in Indiana consider building a modular home.

Modular homes makes sense: built better to nationally established building standards, attractive floor plans and designs and quality behind every wall.

MHP can connect Indiana home builders with manufacturers and authorized modular home factory builders.

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