Single-family home

Single-family home in The Ridge, Williston, North Dakota

Single-family modular homes

Champion offers single-family modular homes with a variety of floor plans and styles — including ranches, cape cods and colonials — across a full range of price points. Modular construction is ideal for scattered sites, subdivisions, planned unit developments (PUDs), urban redevelopment or infill and more.

From the city …

As large cities age, builders look to modular construction since it allows them to work within constraints that challenge traditional techniques while reducing the litter, noise and traffic associated with site building.

… to the suburbs …

Modular homes are a popular choice for subdivisions. Whether it’s entry-level or custom homes, Champion has hundreds of designs that can be customized to exact specifications … perfectly suited to the character of any community.

… and the country

Champion modular homes can help you transform rural parcels of land into stunning estates. And since most of the home construction (80 percent) occurs off-site, there are fewer subcontractors to locate, schedule and supervise.

Urban Redevelopment, Benton Harbor MI

Urban redevelopment, "Bridges of Opportunity," Benton Harbor, Michigan

Responding to the challenges of urban redevelopment

There is no environment more challenging to traditional construction than urban infill. When on-site construction occurs in these settings, builders must deal with a host of obstacles:

  • Storage: There is little room for the space required to both store the building material and protect it from the elements. Material that is stored must be secured or it may be pilfered.
  • Parking: Because of space constraints, workers often must park in remote areas, delaying production and impacting efficiency.
  • Safety: It can be difficult and costly to maintain a safe site in in-fill situations due to the proximity to neighbors and pedestrians using the sidewalks.
  • Noise: In some cases, work time must be limited to minimize noise and disruption to neighboring residences and businesses.

On the other hand, modular construction shifts the majority of the work — and the majority of its related noise, debris and traffic — into an environmentally controlled manufacturing center.

Modular construction makes it possible

Modular residences are completed in a factory to adhere to local codes (exceeding fire, safety and sound attenuation requirements) in less time and with less cost than traditional building methods. Add greater quality control, the fact that they’re energy efficient and the elimination of disruptive noise, traffic and storage requirements and you have the perfect solution for any situation, be it in the city, the suburbs or out in the country.

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