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Modular Home Builders in Los Angeles, CA

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Prescreened Modular Home Builders in Los Angeles, CA

K.M. Pate Construction
5.0
1 Verified Ratings
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(562) 967-7880
25726 Floral Court
Santa Clarita, CA 91355

Serving Los Angeles, CA
 
AMRON
4.96
9 Verified Ratings
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(818) 661-3352
10736 Jefferson Boulevard, #691
Culver City, CA 90230

Serving Los Angeles, CA
 
 
Fast Rehab Construction
5.0
1 Verified Ratings
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(909) 544-7891
11795 Overland Drive
Fontana, CA 92337

Serving Los Angeles, CA
 
White Sands Construction, LLC
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(310) 607-0176
141 Arena Street
El Segundo, CA 90245

Serving Los Angeles, CA
 
 
Stephen Janssen
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(310) 729-5908
17701 Avalon Boulevard, SPC 224
Carson, CA 90746

Serving Los Angeles, CA
 

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Unscreened New Home Builders in Los Angeles, California

Villas At Wilshire Inc
698 S Berendo St
Los Angeles, CA 90005
ICOR BUILDERS INC
3250 WILSHIRE BLVD STE 1708
Los Angeles, CA 90010
E M A C Construction Inc
1665 S Victoria Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90019
Adi Inc
1320 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90026
Urban Builders Inc
2000 S Central Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90011
 

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Los Angeles Modular Homes

It is difficult to find an empty space in any populous area where you can simply build a house. However, in many of the areas surrounding Los Angeles, modular homes are a viable option for anyone who wants a place of their own that is designed with their interests in mind. Available with just about anything you can think of that would be found in a more conventionally built house, a modular home is an efficient and cost-effective alternative to traditional construction.

Modular vs. Manufactured Homes
The only real similarity you'll find between a mobile or manufactured home and a modern modular home is that, at some point, they must travel between where they are made to where they will stand. A manufactured home is built to a specific federal code that requires it to have certain limitations. A modular home, on the other hand, is built following the same codes that other houses in the area where it is to be erected follow. This means that the all too familiar look of a mobile home is a far cry from what is available in a modular home. Los Angeles residents who choose to build a modular home will have a hard time telling the difference between the home they own and others in the same neighborhood once it is complete. They will, however, easily be able to spot the difference between their new house and any manufactured home.

Benefits of Modular Homes
The biggest reason to opt for a Los Angeles modular home is efficiency. These houses are built piece by piece indoors, and are then assembled on site. Why is this more efficient? Mainly because you don't have to deal with any unforeseen environmental problems that can be found in on-site construction. Additionally, since most of the work is done indoors, Los Angeles modular home builders can literally work in shifts around the clock. This means faster, more effective construction, and a closer move in date. In many instances, it also spells savings for the home buyer!

Modular Home Drawbacks
Though Los Angeles modular home builders are every bit as skilled as those working on conventionally built homes, and though modular homes use many of the same high-quality materials you'd find in any other house, they simply aren't as customizable as a traditional home. There are just some specific things that a homeowner may want for a house they're building that are too difficult to transport. The price of a custom built home far exceeds that of a modular home, but buyers with a very specific vision in mind might simply have to take on a little extra expense to get what they want.

Price and Duration of Construction
Having the ability to work 24 hours a day and 7 days a week has its advantages when it comes to building a home. It is likely that it will take 8 to 10 weeks in the warehouse, and another 8 to 10 onsite to complete a new modular home. Los Angeles residents that are tired of high prices (for just about everything) can also take heart in the fact that, on average, modular home construction is generally between 10 and 15 percent less expensive than building conventionally. Many modular homeowners find that these savings translate pretty well into high-end accents such as granite counters and spa bathtubs or showers!