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Modular Building Systems
A Modular Building System is a type of construction that consists of factory-built modules complete with attached walls, floor, ceiling, wiring, plumbing and interior fixtures that are transported to a building site and placed on a permanent foundation by a crane.
Interest in Custom Modular Homes and Net Zero Energy Modular Homes is building. Ken has partnered with the architecture firm, BrightBuilt Home of Portland Maine, as the preferred builder of Net Zero modular and stick-built homes. He is representing the Mid-Atlantic region including Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland.
Leading the way in green construction, modular homes are built in a factory setting. This controlled environment reduces material waste, weather exposure, and time spent transporting materials. It adds up to countless benefits, putting homeowners in a customized, quality home in less time and with less stress. In addition, custom modular homes are often more tightly built and more energy efficient, which can result in lower heating and cooling costs for the homeowner.
Modular Home, Ship Bottom, New Jersey
The below modular contemporary schematic drawings were created to replace a traditional seashore 1950’s Cape Cod flooded during Superstorm Sandy in Ship Bottom, NJ. The original house was demolished and a new structure was built by Simplex in their Scranton Pennsylvania factory. The house was designed in collaboration with the homeowner and set and finished by Lord Contractors, Inc.