New Hampshire Modular Homes provides you
with the opportunity to build instant equity and save money by doing
much of the work yourself or hiring professionals required to finish
your new home. Being the
manager, also known as the general contractor, means that you are in
charge of your own project (and that's a good thing!). If you want to
save serious money and don't mind organizing subcontractors, planning
schedules and making phone calls to follow up, then this is a job for
You may prefer to hire a professional project manager to
oversee on-site completion of your new home. We can refer you to
experienced project managers.
Below is a list of
activities needed to complete your new home. The checkmarks ()
indicate who is responsible for each activity.
We can refer
you to banks that specialize in modular construction
loans with the homeowner acting as the general
contractor. We provide the plans, specifications, and
documentation necessary to process your loan.
We will inspect your lot to
be sure that a modular home can be delivered to your
site and set on your foundation.
Delivery of Home
to Your Site
Our price includes
transportation of modules to your site*. We will
schedule the delivery of your home and will be on site
when your house is delivered. We will confirm that all
ship-loose materials to finish the home are included in
charges may apply depending upon the condition of your
Set of Home
Our experienced crew will
"set" your home on your foundation.
The set includes:
1. Crane and crew provided
2. Placing modules on your
3. Bolting modules together.
4. Assembling and shingling
5. Installing lally columns
in basement (lally columns provided by homeowner).
We will be available to you
at no additional cost for advice and information during
the modular construction process.
2. Sign-up with area
newspapers to be notified by email when land listings
meeting your requirements run in the paper.
3. Drive around the area
where you'd like to build. Look for "For Sale By Owner"
signs (this method really works!).
4. Visit the town hall in
the town where you'd like to live. Ask to see the tax
maps. Look for vacant lots and note owner's name and
address. Contact owner to see if they would be
interested in selling. This method takes some time but
can uncover land no one else knows about.