Frequently Asked Questions

How much do modular homes cost vs. site-built?

The modular home manufacturer buys building materials in bulk, passing the savings onto you. There is also savings in how quickly your home is finished vs. the typical site-built timeline.

Is a modular home the same quality as a site-built home?

Yes, and in many cases better. Modular homes are built in a factory which requires the home to be driven on the highway and arrive in the same condition it left in. Modular homes are built to exceptional quality standards to withstand transportation and being set onto your foundation. Additionally, our homes offer top-of-the line finishes in brand names you know and trust.

Are modular home plans generic?

We do offer a collection of predesigned plans, but all modular homes are fully customizable. You can provide your own plans, sketches and drawings which we can price, finalize and build.

Do you offer Energy Star Compliance?

Yes, Coventry Homes can provide a fully certified Energy Star Compliant home upon request. Plus, a recent study conducted by Certified Energy Raters, LLC, a third party company, found that our Energy Star® Homes exceeded the standards set by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Do I need a specific foundation?

As with a site-built home, the type of foundation you want depends on your preference. The most common are full basement, crawlspace, or piers – which are common near water and flood zone areas.

Are modular homes approved for my area?

Yes. Modular homes are built to the same exact codes as site-built homes. Coventry Homes will speak to your building department to assure them that these are Modular, not Manufactured homes, if necessary.

Will my home be built to my local building codes?

Yes. Coventry Homes ensures that every house is built to the highest standards and comply with all local building codes. Every home must pass the same requirements as a site-built home. There is an independent, third-party inspector that examines each house throughout the process to ensure everything meets, or exceeds, all building codes.