Building Modular

Modular Homes are a type of building system where the home is constructed in segments (called “Modules”) in a climate-controlled factory by skilled craftsmen.



The modules are delivered to your homesite by truck and “dropped” by crane.



When these modules come together on your homesite, they are completed by a local builder.



A typical home can be completed in the factory in about a week and finished by your builder in 3-5 months.  The end result is an economic and energy efficient home that rivals any stick built house.



After doing a ton of research on modular home manufacturers and local builders, we settled on Westchester Modular and Big Sky NJ.  What we like most about Big Sky is that they have done a lot of work in the area we are looking at.  So far, we have been really pleased with Big Sky’s craftsmanship and professionalism.  We’re really looking forward to working with them on our new home!

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About littletownbigcity

I'm an arts educator, working in NYC and living in NJ with my husband and turtle. Follow along as my husband Mike and I venture through buying and designing our first home in a small town in NJ, about 30 minutes outside of Manhattan.
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