Watch a Modular Home Set!
Witness the day of the home set with a Preferred Building Systems modular home. This home consists of 3 modular home boxes and several roof sections. The home will be secure and weather tight in a single day and typically only takes a few weeks to complete.Details
Modular Colonial Home in Lexington, MA
This young family of four was living in a 2 bedroom, 1 ½ bath on this same lot in Lexington, MA. They loved their neighborhood, but were simply outgrowing the space. They wanted a master suite, a bedroom for each of their two children, as well as space for entertaining and a play space for the kids.Details
Budgeting for Your Project
One of the questions I get most frequently from people contacting us about new jobs is, what will it cost to build my new home / addition / kitchen, etc.? It’s an understandable first question – you need to know what things are going to cost so that you can determine what you can afford – but answering the question without knowing what exactly you’d like to build and what your existing site conditions are, is difficult for any contractor. That being said, I do want to offer you some guidance to help you with your project planning.Details
Innovative building technology products
Technology isn’t just for electronics – the building industry is constantly innovating to create energy-efficient and low-maintenance products for today’s state-of-the-art homes. From low-maintenance siding and trim products to the newest thinking in home weatherization, here are just a few of the innovations available to builders to make your new home the best it can be.Details
New modular home construction underway in Wellesley, MA
We are excited to announce that we have just started construction on a new energy efficient modular home in Wellesley, MA.Details
Are Modular Homes Built as well as Site-Built Homes?
There is a saying in the industry that modular homes are “built better because they have to be.” The simple reasoning behind this phrase is the transportation and set. Modular homes are actually overbuilt due to the transportation of these boxes (sometimes traveling for hundreds of miles) and the set of the crane (being lifted 40’ in the air).Details