Better Built Homes
Our homes feature the highest of quality construction materials and craftsmanship in the industry. Our homes are strong, durable and energy efficient. And they provide unsurpassed value and peace of mind. With our sustainable construction methods and green options, we strive to provide you with a home that you can be proud of while getting you “More Home for Your Money.”
The Choice is Yours.
We know options are important when designing your home, so we offer a variety of custom modular homes and various manufactured home options to help you customize your new home. We’ll make sure your home is uniquely yours.
Twin Rivers Modular homes provides high quality options and a number of standard choices in every home we build. Our many available options include sculptured drywall, 9-foot ceilings and solid-surface countertops, providing the ultimate in convenience and style. Exclusive amenities, like our DuraBuilt cabinets and hand-laid ceramic tile, provide a “custom” touch. For an extra level of customization, our local engineers can even assist with floor-plan modifications. We’re ready to help you build a home you will truly enjoy.
Finding the Right Floor Plan for You
When designing a modular or manufactured home, one of the most important steps is to choose a floor plan to support your current lifestyle and accommodate any probable household changes. Other factors such as lot size, landscape and future marketability should also be factored into this decision.
When determining the size for your new home, start with a few basic questions about your current household situation.
- Are you planning to expand your family in the near future?
- How long will your children be living at home?
- Is there a possibility of extended family moving in with you?
Then lifestyle preference questions must be considered such as your need for entertainment space, a gourmet kitchen, a formal dining area or a large, open great room. Also, consider extra living areas in your plan for things like hobbies or working from home or even incorporating an outdoor living space.
After determining your space needs for your new home, take some time to consider your overall layout. One key factor here is your own need for personal privacy and/or the preference for everyone in the household. As well as integrating your lot layout with the flow of the floor plan to consider windows, doors and the placing of your kitchen and living area. Also consider the small but critical items such as the location of kitchen pantries, linen closets and laundry rooms.
Knowing the answers to these questions will help us to find the best possible floor plan for you and your family.
Manufactured or Modular Home Construction
One of our most commonly asked questions is, “What’s the difference between a manufactured home and a modular home?” The truthful answer is, “Not much”. Both are built to the standards in environmentally protected building centers. We build our modular homes and manufactured homes to meet or exceed the appropriate building code. The following information explains the differences between modular and manufactured homes and should help you decide which building method is best for you.
Modular Homes (A277)
- Architecturally allow for more design freedoms
- Can be placed on a foundation or basement
- Built to the same standards and codes as a site built house
Manufactured Homes (Z240)
- Units are built on a Steel frame and can be Blocked and leveled onto a prepared site.
- Home can be relocated
DuraBuilt Cabinets provide enduring strength and beauty.
Let’s face it. Many cabinets look similar on the outside. But how long will they last? Our Manufacture has invested in all of the tools and professionals needed to make our cabinets strong and durable. The cabinet construction process assures every cabinet is strong and square. You’ll experience custom built comfort and style at a fraction of the cost. DuraBuilt cabinets are designed to offer lasting value, beauty and durability through the life of your home.
Here are just a few DuraBuilt Cabinetry quality features:
- Solid durable construction.
- Precision side-mounted dual roller drawer guides.
- Convenient 30″ or 42″ height with fully adjustable shelves.
- Drawer-over-door design in kitchen base cabinets.
- Concealed or semi-concealed hinges (depending on style.)
- 3/4″ drilled and screwed face frames.
- No exterior exposed fasteners.
- Wide selection of styles, features and options.
During installation, each tile is individually laid, requiring more time and precision from the installer than other surfaces. Ceramic tile installation requires skilled craftsmen who calculate the space and pattern for optimal efficiency.
Ceramic Tile provides the most attractive, durable and versatile surface available to homeowners. It withstands high heat, high water saturation and high foot traffic without damage. This extreme versatility allows ceramic tile to be used in places where other surfaces simply can’t cut it, such as shower surrounds and kitchen countertops. It’s also a superior choice for floors and bathrooms. Ceramic tile is easy to maintain and easy to repair. Simply put, it’s very practical and superior to every other surface. So why aren’t more homebuilders installing ceramic tile in their homes? Two reasons: Time and money.
Ceramic tile is typically an aftermarket option requiring extra time and effort from the homeowner. During installation, each tile is individually laid, requiring more time and precision from the installer than other surfaces. Ceramic tile installation requires skilled craftsmen who calculate the space and pattern for optimal efficiency. For this reason, aftermarket subcontractors with extensive math skills install most ceramic tile.
We offer ceramic tile as an option on nearly every home we build. Our expert craftsmen install the selected tile during the building of your new home, saving you time and money. Our wide selection of colors and styles guarantees the perfect look. The versatility of ceramic tile allows you to decide where you want it installed.
Here are just a few of the many places ceramic tile can be installed:
- Kitchen backsplashes
- Bathroom walls
- Countertop edging
- Tub/Shower surrounds
Your new home will arrive at your site with the tile installed. You won’t have to endure the frustration or expense of hiring subcontractors. If you request tile in an area requiring completion in the field, your trim-out specialist will complete the work prior to your final inspection.