Magnificently Built Modular Homes
How about a custom coffered ceiling for your planned custom modular home? Coffered ceilings are all the rage and for good reason. Coffered ceilings deliver a dramatic effect. And we can deliver them for you.
A coffered ceiling is made of recessed panels fastened to a hanging mesh to produce a ceiling with depth and architectural appeal. They come in two styles, deep or shallow. They are available in white or black finishes.
Deep coffers provide extra dimension to a living space while shallow coffers create a lighter touch.
Avalon Building Systems empowers homeowners to create custom looks for their ceilings, kitchens, bathrooms, and doors. In fact, every single element of your next modular home can be customized.
Ceilings are but one of countless avenues for customizing your new modular home. We take great pride and professional reward in consulting you on what “can be” for your next home. You take that and ultimately decide what will become a truly one-of-a-kind custom home buildout.
You don’t have to daydream about the beach this time of year. Live there! This blog post hopefully will dispel some of those winter blues by visually taking you back to the beach…if only for a moment.
You should know that vacation-style modular home construction in and around Cape Cod Beach is increasingly popular for a host of reasons. Yes, value and speed of construction are always at the top of the list when comparing modular home construction to traditional stick built construction. But down here at the beach where mother nature can pack a wallop, it’s the overwhelming strength of modular home construction as compared to stick built homes that raises eyebrows. We’d love to talk to you in person and provide you all the details, but for this short read, just know that the core structure of the stick-built home is nailed together. Modular homes are bolted together. A stark difference.
We purposely left the shades closed because we didn’t want to be too big of a tease showing off the ocean living scene that we can deliver for you today! We celebrate sharing with you all the modern trends in vacation home construction to include non-traditional lighting, sliding barn doors, the latest in flooring trends, and of course, how to arrive the kitchen of your dreams. Call us. Let’s get started!
Wouldn’t you love to enjoy your home’s bathroom like those in luxurious resorts? Well you can. See the picture below. It is our genuine pleasure to deliver spa-like bathrooms within our Avalon Building System’s modular home solutions.
This picture here is just one example of the modular bathrooms we’re ready to build for you. It features huge energy-efficient windows that allows you to have a wide outdoor view. This adds up to the relaxing ambiance of this master bath. It features a marble-tiled floor in beige, leading to a freestanding designer bathtub paired with a floor-mount vintage tub filler placed. It is also accented with a vintage mirror with a black frame and a gorgeous crystal bathroom chandelier.
Let us help you turn your dream bathroom into reality. If you want your bathroom to resemble that of five-star resorts, we can take you there. Contact Avalon Building System. Let’s get started!
As the population ages, children in their 40’s are looking at helping their parents sell homes and downsize. But where will your healthy parents, who only need less space, live? Modular additions and modular in-law apartments are the perfect solution.
Adding an addition to your home used to be a long and stressful process. Modular additions are an easier, less time consuming solution and they can be added on to your home regardless of if your original home was built with modular construction or not. Modular construction can give you that addition or modular in-law apartment in less time and often for less money. With the right plan, any home, stick built or modular can be expanded with a modular addition. Modular construction is designed with architects, so your dream in-law apartment can be customized to your parent’s needs while still keeping your home visually attractive and appealing. Modular construction will always meet all state, local and federal building codes as well as numerous quality control standards while under construction in the factory.
If your parents need to downsize, by the time your parents’ home gets put on the market and sold, you will have a completed modular addition. For less money and time and a far less stressful construction process, contact Avalon Building Systems for your modular addition or in-law apartment.
The quality and value are the two most vital elements we seek when searching for our next home builder. For prospective homeowners, neither quality or value can be compromised. Modular home construction delivers upon these mandates.
Our modular homes have the distinct advantage of factory computer-controlled design. With major structural elements constructed under tightly controlled processes within the factory, efficiencies are realized there that the traditional stick-built construction companies can achieve. Materials are carefully-selected and frames are secured by bolts and strappings. More bolts in the modular home versus more nails in the traditional home construct means the modular home wins out on strength by a long shot. Computer control means less waste. Less waste means less cost and higher value. Computer-aided construction works faster than manual construction, so you can count on faster delivery of your new home.
These are just some of the advantages. If you are interested in building a home the modular way, contact Avalon Building Systems. We can provide you with more details about the benefits of modular homes.
Modular home solutions empower you to procure a beautiful and long-lasting home that is completely customizable according to your needs. Modular construction delivers a home without limitation and the ability to deliver the special touches and finishes that you deserve.
The demand for modular homes in Hingham, MA continues to grow. One key reason is the array of benefits in modular construction that once were not well understood are now widely understood.
Take for instance the environmentally friendly nature of modular construction. The modular home industry’s use of factory precision reduces waste. Reduced waste reduces cost to the home buyer. Security and safety is achieved within the modular home factory. The chance of damage and theft from outside parties is minimized. Most home buyers don’t realize that traditional stick-building contractors factor in theft and waste into their cost model. Modular home builders don’t have to do this. The benefits of factory precision and protection are just two of the reasons why modular construction offers overall better value for your home-buying dollar.
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It’s a modern experience living in a modular home. Those living within modular construction see and touch the quality of the modular home each and every day. Made of he highest quality materials significantly crafted in our computer and climate controlled factory, the modular homes that we build in and around Boston, MA are the strongest, stylish, and most efficient homes on the market. They are custom built and are indistinguishable from their stick-built counterparts.
One of the advantages of buying a modular home is the flexibility of customization. Choosing the design for your modular home and the ability to customize that design is not fully understood by the general public. You will learn to customize the whole parts of the house from bathtubs, walk-in closets, appliances, kitchen finishes, a laundry room or an open floor plan and other areas. The design process depends on you to pick the finishes or materials to be used. The best part of buying a modular home is that once the design has been finalized and cost is defined, the contractor will handle everything. Just wait till it is finished and delivered.
If you do a lot of entertaining, the entertainment room is a must. It is designed with an ambiance that gives comfort to your visitors. You will see the impression of your visitors during gatherings. They will be overwhelmed by seeing a beautiful home. Seeing how your modular home was made, gives full satisfaction as it fits perfectly and looks good as what you have envisioned. Though your guests will recognize it is prefabricated, but they will be surprised to see how attractive the inside and how well your home was built.
Generally what surprised you in a very good way on buying modular homes are being fast, affordable and superior quality. It is definitely more affordable than building on location and allows you to budget more money for your on-site venue, which is a big help. And it is so much quicker. You will never think about it as prefab. Because it is so beautiful and comfortable. You will be satisfied seeing the decor, the way it was finished and the way it arrived that perfectly fit to your taste.
For more tips on modular homes, contact Avalon Building Homes.
Buying a new home is exciting and the feeling is amplified once you see the amenities provided by Avalon Building System’s, your first choice for Boston area modular home construction.
Modular homes are increasingly popular due to their low price and quick installation. In this roundup we cover what you need to know about modular home pricing and options. Some things you need to know:
If you are looking for the best modular homes, you have come to the right place as we have put together some points that explain what to expect from this wondrous style of abode. The popularity of prefabricated housing has increased over the years, and modular homes are among the most popular styles due to the above variety of reasons.
For more tips on modular homes, contact Avalon Building Systems.
If you are contemplating building a new home, it is time to consider modular construction. Not only can you build a custom designed modular home, you can build it in half the time as a stick built home. Stick built homes can take up to a year or more or more to complete. Modular construction takes only a couple of months to complete.
You can choose from hundreds of standard modular home floor plans, you can modify one of our floor plans or you can have your home entirely custom designed. Modular homes are not cookie cutter in appearance or design.
Through the modular construction process the actual time from laying the foundation until you move is is dramatically decreased. But, what you may not know is that with modular construction, the quality of your home is dramatically increased. All our modular homes are quality assured. Subjected to rigorous third party inspections, our modular homes meet and exceed all state and local building codes.
So, while you will be able to move into your new modular home much faster than you would if you chose traditional construction, you can sleep easy knowing your home is safer and of higher quality than any traditionally built home. In fact, modular construction last longer and better through time and weather.
Think about it, modular homes are built in a factory. That means that none of your building materials will be subjected to the elements. It also means that your home is built to be transported. What does that have to do with it? Modular homes have to be sturdier to begin with. They are built to be transported and lifted via crane. This means that every joint is reinforced; we like to call it ‘glued and screwed’. Actually, our modular homes are built with 40% more materials than traditionally built homes. This adds security as well.
If you are interested in a safe, sturdy, custom designed home in less time, contact Avalon Building Systems.
Modular homes can be an alternative for people who want to move but cannot find a home to suit their needs. The modular construction process builds home in a factory setting. They are then delivered and assembled quickly at the construction site. You can have your new house in a few months rather than in a year or more.
Because of the time savings and the efficiencies of building the home as modules in a modern factory, modular homes can be a great value for new home buyers.
Your first stop is finding a qualified, licensed modular home builder who works with modular home manufacturers.
These general contractors can handle all aspects of constructing your home. They will make certain that the design meets your specifications and budget. You can custom design your own modular home, choose one of 100’s of modular home floor plans, or you can have an existing floor plan modified to further meet your needs.
The builder oversees all aspects of putting your home together, which includes securing correct permits, site work, plumbing, HVAC, electrical and carpentry work that will occur onsite.
The builder you choose can also help you choose a lender, most modular home builders have established relationships and want to make sure everything goes smoothly for you.
Once you pick a builder, you can begin to look at styles of modular home floor plans.
Each manufacturer has different options. There are sizes, floor plans and architectural designs to consider. Maybe you would prefer a one-story ranch, two-story colonial home, cape cod or chalet style structure. You can customize the look to meet your lifestyle and budget.
Because these homes are manufactured by using innovative technologies in a controlled environment, the result is a more precisely built home. Weather during construction will not impact the building materials or your house.
Manufacturers purchase massive qualities of materials for their factories, so they pass their cost savings on to you.
Typically, production time at the factory takes six to eight weeks. The modules will be delivered and placed onto your foundation. After that, the final process of construction on the home and job site, you are ready to move in much faster than you would with traditionally built homes.
Research the background and expertise of your builder and manufacturer. Look carefully at the features and design of the manufacturer's plans. Your hard work will result in a high-quality home built to last.
For more information on modular construction, contact Avalon Building Systems.