Monday, September 18, 2017

Great Examples of Mixing Construction Methods

Right after I published the article about mixing different types of construction methods to produce great looking homes that wouldn’t have been possible with modules only I received these pictures from Bryan Hout, Preferred Building Systems, a modular home manufacturer in New England.
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This home was a team effort of Preferred Building Systems and BensonWood. Built in southern New Hampshire, this 2,700 sq ft, 3 bedroom, 2 ½ bath cape was produced using modular construction for the main part of the house and BensonWood supplying all the materials for a fantastic great room and a beautiful staircase to the upper floor.

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Another one of the homes Bryan sent incorporated multiple components consisting of roof trusses, wall panels in conjunction with Modular boxes.   
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This 3,280 sq ft home was built by Preferred Building Systems for homeowners in Vermont. It has 4 bedrooms and 2 ¾ baths and was set in one day with the builder supplying the roof.


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Bryan sent this last home that was set several years ago on coastal Massachusetts. Built on piers, this 3,440 sq ft, 4 bedroom, 3 ½ bath home featured a Nanawall installed on site by the builder.
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It featured a combination of floor panels, wall panels, roof trusses, rafters, modular boxes.

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Thanks Bryan for providing some examples of beautiful ‘mixed’ construction homes.

2 comments:

Harris Woodward said...

Gary, would be interested to hear from Bryan some commentary about navigating the engineering when transitioning between modules and prefab and stick built features. Is there a 3rd party engineer that he can share with the very custom builder/readers of this Blog?

Beautiful homes!

Rubi said...

We call them hybrids here