1. Planning stages in the shortest amount of time.
That means close collaboration with your Independent Builder on the drawing board and on site. It's in your best interest to see that you get the home you want, where you want it, when you want it, and at a price that meets your budget.
2. Completed homes in less time than stick-built construction.
Because site work and home construction can be completed simultaneously, you experience shorter time frames, and fewer financing charges.
3. New England Homes has a reputation for quality construction.
Our quality control staff maintains the inspection process throughout the building cycle. In fact, our construction exceeds FHA, VA and other building requirements.
4. Expertise in a wide variety of projects.
Our expertise ranges from single-family homes, condos, town homes, to covered bridges! In fact, you'll find New England Homes throughout the Northeastern United States as well as parts of Europe.
5. Your plans or ours.
New England Homes construction methods allow you a broad range of design flexibility.
6. It's "springtime" all year long at New England Homes.
In our environmentally controlled workplace there is no downtime because of pouring rain or bitter cold. This allows us to exercise greater control over our materials and construction.
7. Top-of-the-line materials.
At New England Homes, we strive to build with quality by utilizing materials from names you know and trust.
8. More sturdy than stick-built construction.
Because the building components are shipped as modules, their construction must be more durable than that of on site buildings. Additionally, this makes a New England Home ideal for the demanding conditions of a harsh New England climate.
9. Turn-key homes.
After your selection, your Independent Builder can assist you in every step of the new home process from planning and design to the necessary site and finish work.
10. Modular construction reduces the possibilities of cost overruns.
You and your Independent Builder agree on the cost of your home before it is constructed. "Surprise costs" are virtually eliminated in the modular home building process.