Buy a home from Country Living Homes Sales in Murray, Nebraska, and gain a world of advantages. Our manufactured and modular homes offer higher construction quality than conventional, site-built homes.
How It Works
Modular homes are built in a factory on a dolly system that is used to transport the home to its final location when construction is complete. The home is rolled or craned onto the foundation or basement and permanently attached, just like a stick-built home.
Because modular homes are built indoors, the materials are not exposed to rain, snow, sunlight, or other damaging conditions. This ensures that every component of your home remains in excellent condition.
Perfect Working Conditions
The skilled team that builds manufactured and modular homes works inside, away from the weather, so working conditions are always optimal. This means top-quality work can be carried out at peak efficiency. It also allows electrical installation and insulation to be carried out from outside the walls. A more exposed work area means the work is easier and more efficient while allowing for better quality control.
Plumbing and duct work are fully enclosed in the same blanket of insulation, which virtually eliminates the danger of freeze-up. If your home is going on a basement, there is no need for floor insulation, so the lines are easily accessible.
Rigorous Testing & Inspection
Make no compromises on quality. Factory-built homes are rigorously tested and inspected by highly trained, accredited inspectors. The integrity of the electrical system is tested using high voltages and the water system is tested using high-pressure air. This kind of testing is not possible on site-built homes. All our homes meet the strict standards dictated by Housing & Urban Development (HUD) and are built to the Uniform Building Codes/International Residential Codes (UBC/IRC).
Delivery times for manufactured or modular homes average two to eight weeks from the time the home is ordered. The exact turnaround time varies depending on the amount of work required, the weather conditions, the availability of contractors, and other unforeseen delays.