What does the term “Manufactured Home” mean?

A “Manufactured Home” includes both Modular Homes and Mobile Homes.

What’s the difference between a Modular Home and a Mobile Home?

Modular Homes are residential homes built to Canadian Standards Association A-277 (Canadian National Building Code). Standard specs include engineered floor trusses, 2 x 6 exterior walls, 8′ ceilings and primed and painted drywall. Modular homes with truss floors are typically designed to go on a basement or foundation.Mobile Homes are manufactured to Canadian Standards Association Z-240. Standard specs include 2 x 8 floor joists on a steel frame, 2 x 6 exterior walls, 7½’ ceilings, and gypsum paneling. Mobile Homes on a steel frame are typically set on concrete blocking piers or sono tubes (cement pylons).All mobile homes can be upgraded to A277 Code.

Why should I buy a Manufactured Home instead of a Site-Built Home?

Manufactured Homes are more cost-effective (25% – 30% lower) than site built homes. Purchase price is fixed — no overruns. Manufactured Homes are quality built in a factory, finished and ready to move into approximately 2 months from order date. Many plans to choose from, CSA approved homes, full warranty, most dealers provide all inclusive packages that assist you with the financing and set up of your manufactured home.