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Rhode Island Modular Homes
Modula homes in Rhode Island offer home buyers energy efficient construction at a fraction of the cost of building a site built home. Building in East Providence, Pawtucket, or anywhere else in the state of RI, modular home construction can provide the home to meet all of your housing needs. Getting a price for a modular home in Rhode Island starts by selecting a floor plan. Our site offers standard ranch homes, raised ranches, T-Tanches, two story and modern modular homes to choose your next home.
Modular Home Prices
The price to buy a modular home in Rhode Island is influenced by the level of customization you require. Boxy buy good modular homes delivered to Rhode Island will cost less than new homes that are heavily customized with floor plans with bumps and jogs in the foundation. In addition to the foot print of the home, the price will also be affected by the finishes you select for your RI prefab home. If you select a floor plan form our site, you will be connected with a factory authorized builder to give you a real price for your home. In addition to the price of the home you will need to have your builder estimate construction costs.
The cost to build a modular home in RI include site preparation, excavation, foundation, crane and set costs. It is wise for you to review MHP's cost to build a modular home. Regardless of the type of home you are building, modular home construction typically will save you between ten to thirty percent compared to stick building a home with prefabricated building materials.
Many modular homes built in Rhode Island are constructed in PA. I sold a modular home from a PA modular home factory that was delivered to Block Island on barges. The home was a two story bed and breakfast which measured thirty two feet by one hundred twenty feet. If you are building a modular home it is a wise decision to visit the modular home factory where your home is going to be built. In addition, your builder should have experience building modular homes and be familiar with the factory he is purchasing the home from if it in Pennsylvania or Rhode Island.