New England homes is more than an impressive manufacturing facility or its long history. We are about helping New England homeowners benefit from the highest quality modular home experience, on time and on budget.
As the northeast’s oldest modular home manufacturer, we supply a growing network of Independent Builders throughout New England. This relationship allows the Independent Builder to build your home better, quicker and more efficiently. The Independent Builder will help you plan and build the New England Home of your dreams.
At New England Homes we’ve built over 15,000 homes using advanced modular home building technology.
In the beginning New England homes was founded by the Donahue family, who based their company on well defined values, integrity and a passion for serving our customers, and that model hasn’t changed.
The fact that we are committed to making customer satisfaction our number one priority is evident in our long list of repeat clients. We have over 15,000 satisfied homeowners, each enjoying modular home building technology. We adhere to the highest quality building standards for every custom building that leaves our facility, with the New England Homes stamp of approval.
New England Homes is the Northeast’s oldest modular home manufacturer.
Since opening in 1961, technology and products have evolved and adapted with new materials and state-of-the-art building techniques which deserved attention. In order to ensure lasting quality and efficient processes, we’ve always maintained rigid review of emerging technologies before implementing them into our homes. From the early days of panelized structures – to the addition, in 1968, of modular designed buildings, we’ve continued to demonstrate how effective and often superior modular housing can be to on-site construction.
Location History Timeline
Our company was formed in 1961, located under the bridge in Portsmouth. We were in operation in that location until 1987. We built both panelized and modular in this location, except when Biddeford facility was manufacturing modular homes, at which time only panelized were built in Portsmouth.
In the meantime, there were also the following locations:
1968 – 1970
Opened & Operated Facility in Rochester
Built Yankee Uni-Homes
1971 – 1977
Opened & Operated Facility in Biddeford
Reconsolidated back to Portsmouth Location
Moved Manufacturing to Greenland Facility
Modular & Panelized
Moved Corporate to Greenland Facility
Concluded Panelized Construction to focus on Modular