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Modular Homes in Texas

When you make the decision to build a modular home in Texas, you will have thousands of floor plans to select to build your next new home. Home buyers in Texas can choose from ranch homes, two story and Cape Cod sytles of homes from our modular home collection. When you build a modular home in Texas you can be assured the home is built to the highest standards with all of the options of a site built home. Some prefab home manufacturers offer ten year warranties on their factory built homes. All of the homes in Texas are built to or beyond all of Texas's state and local building codes.

Some people might be confused with the difference between a modular home and a manufactured home in Texas. Modular homes are built to the same starndard as a site built stick homes with the same quality building materials and options. A manufactured homes is built to HUD standards which are not as strict on structures. Manufactured homes are known in the industry as single, double and tripple wide homes. Modular homes are described as ranch homes, two story and Cape Cod homes.

Modular homes in texas are also custom designed to meet your family's lifestyle, budget and housing needs. A factory built home is subject to both factory insepcetions and third party inspections to make sure your home is built to the standard you have paid for with your new modular home in Texas.

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