Do you desire a custom home? Selecting the best building method to create your custom home is a critical part of the building process. The traditional method of building outdoors just doesn’t deliver the same efficiency that modern modular homes can provide. We encourage you to attend one of our seminars before choosing a builder to construct your custom home. Let us show you how our construction process provides an energy efficient and healthy home that can only be achieved in an indoor factory environment. The friendly and professional team at Mod-Tech Homes, LLC is prepared to help you as you move to make your dream home become a reality.
ABOUT MOD-TECH HOMES, LLC
Mod-Tech Homes, LLC has been a leader in modular home construction for more than 20 years. As a New England based company, we proudly serve all of Massachusetts and Rhode Island. We use the latest design software, innovative construction technologies and good, old-fashioned workmanship to provide home buyers with quality-built homes at exceptional value.
BENEFITS OF MODULAR
Here are the top three reasons to go modular:
- Less Disruption. Modular homes are built inside of a factory-controlled environment that most homes can be built in 3-5 days. Sheltered construction also means there are no weather delays and workers and their materials are protected from the elements.
- Cost Savings. Modular homes offer price savings that traditional home construction companies cannot. The most obvious savings come from “hard costs” savings like reduced materials needed, cheaper labor and energy savings. Many “soft costs” like planning, designing, financing and less life disruption also contribute to more affordable pricing.
- Quality. Modular Homes undergo vigorous testing and inspection to ensure quality control. Our homes are also built to international building code standards and come with a 10-year warranty.
Want to take advantage of modern modular construction for your new home? Contact our experienced consultants help you create the home of your dreams.
Hull is the smallest town by land area in Plymouth County and the fourth smallest in the state. The town was originally part of Suffolk County, and when the southern part of the county was set off as Norfolk County in 1793, it included the towns of Hull and Hingham. In 1803 those towns opted out of Norfolk County and became part of Plymouth County.
Hull Nantasket Chamber of Commerce – The Hull Nantasket Chamber of Commerce has been an advocate for its members and an active promoter of the community since it was founded in 1927. Their mission is to promote member businesses and professional services and support activities that benefit the town.
Hull Artists – Hull Artists is a regional association that promotes locally produced fine art and crafts. Residents from the South Shore area are encouraged to attend various exhibits, workshops, partnerships, and events.
Hull Public Library – The Hull Public Library was designed to foster the love of literature, cultural development, lifelong learning, and appreciation of the arts and a sense of community. It provides residents with the resources necessary to make informed decisions.