Modular homes are built in a factory, then disassembled and put back together on the build site. This process allows manufacturers to control quality of the modular building much more closely, and it is often faster and less expensive than traditional building methods. Since modular construction often uses recycled materials, it is considered a green construction method. These reasons have spurred a renewed interest in modular homes and is widening the spectrum of buildings now using manufactured components.
Demand for modular housing is expected to explode in Asia, Africa and South America. Drivers for such high demand include: Continue reading
Many people in the market for a new home only think of conventional homes. But when you want to make that home distinctly yours, there’s a lot of additional costs associated with custom-building or renovating and existing home.
Modular homes allow you to customize your new home to meet your family’s needs for significantly less! Just imagine the possibilities… Continue reading
There are a lot of ways to make your modular home feel like your home. Fiesta Homes has a number of customization options so that your living space is tailored to your needs and preferences immediately upon move-in. But decorating can further reflect the uniqueness of you and your family. Here are our three favorite home decorating tips. Continue reading
Fiesta Homes brings you modular homes from top-quality manufacturers. Because we’ve been in the modular home industry for nearly two decades, we often take for granted people know what we mean when we say “modular.” But new homebuyers or homebuyers who have previously only looked at conventional houses may not know. So, here’s what modular means and what it means for you…
What It Means to be Modular in Design
Products that are modular in design are fabricated using pieces—modules or skids—that are manufactured separately and (re) assembled into the final product in a different location.
Many common products implement modular design, such as: Continue reading
With the academic year at an end and people getting “spring fever,” many apartment leases come due and people think about moving. But this spring could be more than simply a change from one multi-family housing complex to another. Why not consider owning your own home? Modular homes are affordable and offer a great value because of their superior construction, and Fiesta Homes can help you find the model that fits your lifestyle, family and budget. Continue reading
If you live in New Mexico, you already know how beautiful it is. New Mexico features mountain ranges and high desert, white sandy dunes and land forms not found anywhere else on the planet. The beauty of New Mexico is one reason to live here, and the climate is one reason to live in a modular home. Continue reading
Springtime is, no doubt, the busiest time in the calendar of real estate industry. Even though modular home-hunting is a little different than shopping for conventional homes, spring is still a great time to look for a new modular home. Consider this: Continue reading
Buying a new home is exhilarating, but it can be nerve-racking, too. Unlike conventional homes, the modular home buying process is often more similar to the car buying process. Just as you prepare yourself before you head to the lot, you should do the same before heading to a modular home seller. Here’s how: Continue reading
Compared to a conventional site-built home, modular homes can save you a lot of money each year on utility costs. Here’s how:
Modular homes are built for energy efficiency. Compared to conventional homes, they: Continue reading
If you are in the market for a new home, you might find the best value in a modular home from Fiesta Homes. Modular homes afford some unique benefits that conventional construction just can’t match.
Conventional home construction is very Continue reading