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Oklahoma modular homes manufactured for the new home buyer who desires a custom home with flexible floor plans. Building in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Norman, Lawton or Broken Arrow, OK - prefab construction systems can save you thousands of dollars. Your new home will be comfortable, energy efficient and long lasting. Constructed from quality building materials, you home will stand up to the cold winters and the hot summers in Oklahoma.

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Home buyers down sizing to more affordable housing have thousands options to make your home more than a boxy but good modular home. Young families who require additional living space and bedrooms should look at the affordable two story floor plans. The new home buyer could consider building a modular Cape Cod where the second floor can be finished out when additional space is required. If you are in Oklahoma, you can build any style of home with modular construction: Cape Cods, Ranch Homes, Two Story Modular homes and even a modernist modular home.

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The benefits to building a modular home in Oklahoma include design flexibility, durability, energy efficiency and satisfaction of knowing your home has been designed just for you and your family.

Design Flexibility - Every modular home can be either designed from the ground up, from standard modular home floor plans or from your own custom plans. If you require larger doorways or a first floor master suite - it is possible with a new prefab home.

Durability - Modular home factories use quality building materials. In fact, modular homes are built with the same or better building materials used to build stick built homes. Building a new modular home will eliminated the long and frustrating "honey" do list a used home provides for a lifetime of repairs and improvements.

Energy Efficiency - New modular homes are built to provide the most efficient thermal envelope for the dollar. Some manufactories will air seal and insulate your new home with spray foam insulation. Having an energy efficient modular home provides enhanced comfort year round for less.

Satisfaction - Buying a new home is one of the most exciting achievements in a lifetime. Modular construction provides the flexibility in design, quality construction, durability and energy efficient construction to save you thousands over the life of the prefab home.

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