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Haven Custom Homes - Classic Homes by Haven collection of modular ranch homes provide home builders buying a new modular home a choice of raised ranches, T-Ranch, split level ranch and straight ranch home floor plans. The floor plans show bedrooms grouped together with the living room, dining room and living room grouped together and homes with the master bed room on one side of the home with the living spaces separating the bedrooms. Haven's collection of prefab ranch homes can fit any family's needs. Haven's line of prefab ranch homes are available in CT, DE, MA, MD, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VA, & VT.

ProBuilt Homes - ProBuilt Home's collection of modular ranch homes start at floor plans start just at 1000 square feet. There homes are functional and can be modified to and enlarged as required. New modular homes cans be a great experience when buying from a factory authorized builder. In addition to supplying your home, ProBuilt homes can also include porches and garage package for your ranch home. ProBuilt homes delivers prefab homes to CT, DE, MA, MD, ME, NC, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VA, VT and WV.

Integrity Building Systems - Modular ranch homes built by Integrity Building Systems are delivered to CT, DE, MA, MD, ME, NC, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VA, VT and WV. The floor plans include T-Ranches, raised ranches and straight ranch floor plans. The collection of prefab house plans meet the needs of a growing family or those looking to downsize into a more practical home.

Single, Double and Triple Wide Modular Homes

Some modular ranch homes are delivered as triple wide homes. A triple wide modular home has three modules connected together with two marriage walls. A triple wide modular home can be 48 feet deep compared to a double wide modular home that can be at most 32 feet wide. The most common widths of a prefab home are 24, 26 and 28 feet wide.

Ranch homes are informal floor plans with open spaces. Ranches are perfect are perfect for primary residences, cabins or a seasonal retreat. Standard ranch homes delivered in two sections. Often these homes are considered double wides due their two module configuration. Don't let the double wide name label fool you. These homes are built to state and local building codes with quality materials to last a life time. By adding log siding to, these homes can easily be a modular log cabin.

Manufactured double wide homes have a steel frame. The floor joists in a double wide home are 2x6 dimensional lumber connected to the steel frame. Double wide modular homes have 2x10 floor systems that are the same as a site built stick home. Trailer homes rely on the structural strength of the steel frame. Modular homes rely on the construction of the modules for strength.

Modular Ranch Home Floor Plans

Ranch Modular homes are the easiest and quickest modular home floor plan to finish on sight. Prefab ranch home floor plans are very similar to double wide manufactured home plans. Double wide modular homes are delivered in two sections or modules. The double modules are placed on the foundation to create a double wide modular home. Although similar in layout to double wide trailers, the quality of the materials and the the code compliance is the same as homes built on site or "stick" Built.

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