Modular home manufacturers supply the home modules to your local builder, who then set your home on your chosen permanent foundation. You will want to find a modular home builder or dealer in your area. As I mentioned before, we found several modular home dealers by driving around our area and dropping into the various show home sites. However, if you haven’t noticed any local modular home dealers in your area, go to the following websites to click on a map to find a list of dealers or builders for you to call.
www.nahb.org Use this website to find modular home builders in your state.
www.modularhousing.com Use this website to find modular home builders in your area.
In our area, I’ve noticed many modular homes being set, and the builder will have a sign posted on the building site. If your timing is right, you may be able to see someones house being set. Alternatively, call your local builders and they should be happy to give you a list of people in your area who have built modular homes for you to drive by. When we were building our home, many people stopped by our property to ask questions about our modular home building process and which dealer we used.
Just like I mentioned earlier, most importantly, choose a dealer you feel comfortable with. This is one of the biggest events of your life and you don't want to be giving possibly hundreds of thousands of dollars to someone who makes you uncomfortable!