Stratford Custom Homes

Why Build a Modular Home?

  • Modular Homes Are Quality Built

    • Controlled Environment
    • Strict Quality Standards
    • Trained Workforce
    • Sophisticated Equipment and Precision Jigs
    • Quality Kiln-dried Lumber
    • Exceeds Tate and Local Building Codes
    • Superior Structural Strength
    • Super Energy Efficient
  • Building A Modular Home Saves Time

    Building a modular home will save you time compared with building a stick-framed house. Saving time on construction saves money and reduces the stress involved in home building. The faster you build your home, the sooner you will be able to enjoy it.

  • Modular Homes Save Money

    A modular home is affordable than a stick built home, for the same reason that an automobile manufacturer is able to build a new car for less than a mechanic could build the same car in his garage.

    • Volume Purchases of Materials
    • Lower Labor Costs
    • Assembly-line Efficiency
    • Less Material Loss
    • Less Pilferage and Vandalism
    • Less Waste
  • The Planning Advantage

    Building a modular home compels the customer and the dealer to complete most, if not all, of the planning steps before beginning construction. That is because the manufacturer cannot begin construction without knowing what it is going to build and how much it is going to charge.

    This forces the customer and dealer to make final decisions about the home’s design and its building specifications.

Talk to any homebuilder and they will tell you they are building quality homes with energy-saving features. However, CRG Company can back that claim with a proven building system that ensures your largest investment, your home, will not be compromised by inclement weather, poor construction practices, or delay after agonizing delay.

 The Stratford Modular Advantage:

  • Custom-designed floor plans

  • National name brand products

  • Modern Auto-CAD engineering and design flexibility

  • Precision constructed in a controlled environment

  • Quality, structural-graded lumber and materials

  • Homes that meet or exceed building code requirements

  • Energy-efficient construction features