Pratt modular homes are budget friendly and customizable. We have over 600 standard floor plans to choose from with an infinite number of possibilities. Ultimately we never build two homes alike. Bring in your drawings or another plan from another builder and we will build to those specifications.We build homes to Energy Star as well as Green Home Construction standards.
Pratt Modular Homes located in Tyler Texas building modular homes in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Oklahoma. Pratt Homes is building homes in Tyler, Longview, Athens, Corsicana, Marshall, Kilgore, Kaufman, Sulphur Springs, Greenville, Lufkin, and areas around east Texas since 1996 is now building in Odessa, Midland, Pecos, Permian Basin, Gardendale, Wink, Andrews, Abilene, Amarillo, in West Texas.
Recently building modular homes in central Texas and as far south as San Antonio and east in Conroe, Houston, San Angelo, Livingston, Natchitoches, and Huntsville, Texas.
Pratt Homes has a number of Financing Options tailored to fit every need and budget. If you can't get financing at Pratt Homes no one in the industry can get it done.
Modular homes in the south are a relatively new phenomenon, however in the northern states, they are well established. The winter weather shortens the available construction time allowed in the north and demands another solution. Modular construction is the obvious choice.
Modular homes are constructed in a controlled environment, shipped to and finished on site, overcoming the vast majority of winter weather problems. While using the same or better materials than conventional builders, Modular is just better and heavier constructed than site built homes. Modular homes are constructed under roof, in assembly line fashion. They are tighter, cut square, better inspected and regulated, better quality controlled and always less expensive. Typical labor costs of site built homes run 45% to 50% of the total price of the home. Modular construction cuts this down to approximately 15%, which allows a substantial cost savings or an increase in the size and and upgrade amenities available in the home.
Pratt Homes - Modular and Manufactured Homes
Modular homes do bear some similarity to the manufactured home process, yet this is largely where the similarity ends. Be advised though... while all modular builders must meet state and local codes, there is a vast difference from one builder to another. There's a difference between just meeting a standard and exceeding in ways that make sense and save consumers, the client money, time and headaches down the line. Find out more about Pratt Modular homes at http://www.prattmodularhomes.com/ and check out modular homes floor plans at http://lpratthomes.com/floor_plans/. Customers can also have a view of the modular homes gallery at http://lpratthomes.com/gallery/exterior-gallery/