Modular homes are built to the specific state and local building codes that are in force according to where the home will be located. Third party inspectors oversee the home while it's being built then certify the home's compliance with all codes to your local building authority.

Modular homes are delivered to your property by various means: low-boy carrier and removable frame carrier are the two most common. The home sections are detached then lifted from their carrier and placed on load-bearing, concrete foundation walls in preparation for final assembly and finish work.