Custom Modular Homes – A Smart Choice

BUILDING GREEN

 

Custom Modular Home Building | Seaside Park – Point Pleasant Beach NJ - From the leader in modular home construction – Zarrilli Homes.Modular Homes are Green Buildings from the start. They use a design and construction process that saves energy and natural resources while protecting the environment. A green home uses less energy, water and natural resources, creates less waste and promotes the health and well-being of the home owners and their families. Modular Home Manufacturing by its very nature is Green by recycling materials, reducing material waste and having a low environmental impact on the job site. That’s why Zarrilli Homes is proud to participate in the Energy Star and LEED programs that encourage the growth of green building.
Zarrilli Homes LLC has perfected the modular home building process. They have broken the negative modular homes perception and they’re leading the way in style, affordability and strength. Now is the time to ask yourself why build a modular home? The process of choosing to build a new home requires making many decisions which are among the most important decisions you’ll ever make. Our goal at Zarrilli Homes is to help you throughout the home building process to ensure that you receive the custom modular home of your dreams.

It’s all about YOU.

Zarrilli Homes has streamlined its modular home building process and provides a “one-stop-shop” approach to building a custom modular home at our award-winning Home Design Center. While our home manufacturers offer countless home designs in a variety of styles, Zarrilli Homes specializes in custom modular housing. We will work with you to construct a home that best suits your tastes and needs from a plethora of customizable options. Your home can be built as large or as small, as simple or as intricate as you desire, resulting in a final product that clearly articulates your personal style.

Quality & Strength in Modular.

Modular homes are built in climate-controlled factories, offering many advantages over traditional stick-built homes. One of the most prominent advantages of factory-built homes is quality control.

Modular homes are built “out of the elements”. As a result, they have significantly less weather related issues, such as water damage that can cause uneven walls and unleveled floors, and ensure the highest level of craftsmanship as workers are not exposed to the elements or made to work in hazardous conditions. Additionally, in the factory, wall, floor and ceiling components are sized, assembled and aligned with laser precision and are manufactured to national code standards, which usually exceed both local and state code standards.

Modular homes are also built with approximately 20 percent more lumber than stick-built homes, significantly increasing its strength. This enables modular homes to withstand the stress of the shipping process, as well as 120 miles per hour winds.

Energy efficient. Economically sound.

Superior engineering and the latest construction technology significantly increase the energy-efficiency of your new modular home. Deeper wall studs with space for two extra inches of wall insulation, airtight seams in sheet rock and around windows, and Low E window glass all ensure that your home will be economical to run and comfortable to live in regardless of the weather.

With these energy-saving features, you will pay less to heat your home in the winter and cool your home in the summer.

Faster & Smarter.

Once all necessary permits have been secured, the average-sized home takes approximately five days to be constructed at the factory. Your home will be delivered to your home site approximately five weeks later. Once delivered, the final finish work on the home averages from 90 to 120 days, depending on the intricacy of the options and house design selected.

Upon delivery, your modular home will already have been inspected by an independent inspector who will certify that the home has been manufactured to conform with the approved plans and complies with the strictest building code requirements. As a result, less on-site inspections will need to be completed by your township officials, allowing you to move in to your new home as quickly as possible.