Types of Home Construction
Learn about all of your construction options when you’re looking to build a new home. Understand the difference between custom and production homes, discover the rustic charm of log homes and the benefits of modular homes.
The 55+ niche is vitally important to help ease the transitions between life stages. Builders are redefining what it means to relocate with age by providing more lifestyle options for the growing 55+ population.
Custom builders create homes designed for each owner individually or from their own, private stock of designs.
A modular home is built in one or more sections in a factory, then transported and installed on a permanent foundation at the home site.
From young families just starting out to empty-nesters looking to downsize, multifamily homes are an increasingly popular option for U.S. households. These spaces include apartment buildings, condominiums, townhouses and mixed-use developments.
A panelized building system incorporates construction techniques that use advanced technology, quality materials and a controlled work environment to build energy-efficient homes in less time.
Production builders own the land they are building on and usually have a say in how the community has been developed and what sorts of amenities – trails, playgrounds, proximity to shopping, etc., are available.