Building a new modular home is a big commitment – and choosing a builder you can trust is essential. When you work with a builder who listens to your needs and has a proven track record of quality work, your project and finished home will be memorable for all the right reasons.
On the other hand, if you and your builder don’t click, things can be difficult from start to finish.
Before you commit, it’s important you have complete confidence in their process, workmanship and service. To help you make your decision, here are 5 questions to ask before you choose a modular home builder.
1) How long have you been building homes and how many do you build in a year?
Start by understanding a little about their background and the size of their business. If they’ve been building modular homes for many years and have a mid to large scale operation, it’s a good sign that they are doing things right.
Anchor Homes is a family business that has been operating for over 25 years. With a background in general construction and cabinet making, we’ve been building modular homes since 2005.
We now build over 50 modular homes a year in our 20,000 square metre manufacturing facility in Stratford, Victoria.
2) Can I make changes to the standard house designs or customise my home from scratch?
We all have our own ideas about what makes a perfect home and having the flexibility to make changes to floorplans and add your own unique touches is a must.
Plus, if the existing designs don’t tick all your boxes, knowing you can design a home from the ground up shows that your builder is willing to go the extra mile to help you build your dream home.