Manufactured Vs. Modular

In order to help you better understand the difference between Manufactured and Modular homes we created this quick reference table.

Manufactured (HUD) Modular (MOD)
Manufactured Home Modular Home
Manufactured-Home-Concrete-Block-Supports Modular-Home-4-Feet-Crawl-Space
Pads/Footings, Piers & Skirting.*
(Included in our pricing)
Minimum requirement of 4′ Crawl Space. Foundation Walls & Center Support / Columns.
(Not included in our pricing.)
(Built by others on-site)
Manufactured Home Wooden Floor On Permanent Metal Chassis Modular Home Wooden Floor Structure
Wooden floor on a permanent metal chassis. Wooden floor structure.
Building Code
HUD code – Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards, established by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. State (and Local) Regulations,
plus one of the following:
IRC – International Residential Code.
IBC – International Building Code.
(Same codes as a site-built home)
Exterior / Center Walls
2″ x 6″ 2″ x 6″
Interior Walls
2″ x 4″ 2″ x 4″

*Images may not represent the final product. Most of our models can be built in either Modular or Manufactured configuration.

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