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A Week in the Life of a New Home

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Since inclusion in Coachmen (NYSE:COA), Mod-U-Kraf has grown from a regional brand to a larger Mid-Atlantic and Southern brand with sales to match. Our construction support team has grown to over 200 and the manufacturing facility has recently completed a large addition which dramatically increased manufacturing capacity. Rain, sleet, snow, or the brightest sunny day—we’re here on the line manufacturing the industry's leading custom modular homes that are Built To Appreciate™. Walk the line with us in the brochure which highlights this sweeping process.

  1. Using engineered plans prepared in advance by Mod-U-Kraf, the home is ready to begin production and the components are standing by inventory. Before the line begins rolling, raw materials are precision cut into the components for fabricating modular sections.
  2. The line begins rolling with floor and wall systems being framed in modern mechanical jigs. The mechanical jigs support and promote both speed and accuracy. Since the production process is factory controlled, weather is not the determining factor like it is with stick built.
  3. The roof system is constructed with specially engineered ruff trusses in mechanical jigs. Cranes then lift the trusses into position atop modular sections. Rough electrical and plumbing are installed before moving on.
  4. At this point, the interior drywall is installed and finished. Exterior walls are insulated with fiberglass insulation and structural storm sheathing is installed on the outside.
  5. There’s a lot of motion at this stop. The interior wall finish and painting is done. Windows and doors are installed and exterior siding is installed when needed.
  6. All the movement is inside, setting interior doors and trimming out the interior. The cabinets for kitchen and bath and countertops are placed in sections that are now 70% complete.
  7. At the end of the line, finished electrical and plumbing is installed and tested. Final cleaning and touchup is completed and loose material stock is prepared for shipping with the modular sections.

For more information, please contact us at 828-733-2082, email us, or use our online request form.


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