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What Square Footage Is Right for You?

Karsten Enchantment 30X70 Floor Plan 3 300x189 What Square Footage Is Right for You?So, you’ve decided to invest in a new modular home—a wise choice. But now that you know what type of home you want, you need to determine what size of home you need. To make sure you get the home of your dreams, you need the right square footage. Fiesta Homes has some guidelines to help you find just the right size modular home for you and your family. Continue reading

6 Styles to Consider When Decorating Your New Home

When you buy a new home from Fiesta Homes, you can have it customized to meet your style preferences and your family’s needs. But, to really make it feel like your home, you need to add all the interior design elements. Here are a few styles to consider to create an inviting atmosphere that reflects your style.


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Traditional 1 300x200 6 Styles to Consider When Decorating Your New Home

The traditional style is,  Continue reading

The Benefits of Mobile Home Living in New Mexico

home placement 300x200 The Benefits of Mobile Home Living in New MexicoWhether you are considering a mobile home for a second or seasonal home or for your full-time residence, modular homes offer a lot of benefits, including having your very own place to call home without the same costs as a conventional home.

Quality Construction

Mobile homes have evolved from trailers that had a reputation for being unsafe into homes that offer: Continue reading

Why Say, “Goodbye, Rentals! Hello, Modular homes!”

GettyImages 471091557 300x199 Why Say, “Goodbye, Rentals! Hello, Modular homes!”Current renters, it may be easier to achieve your dream of owning your home than you think! Compared to conventional, stick-built homes, modular homes offer a number of benefits that allow you to get a customized home quickly and affordably.

Design Flexibility

Modular homes are constructed indoors, assembly-line-style. This method of construction makes it easy for manufacturers to cost-effectively customize nearly any aspect of your new home. You get to choose from Continue reading

Spring Remodeling Tips for Your Modular Home

GettyImages 891274328 300x200 Spring Remodeling Tips for Your Modular HomeRemodeling your modular home allows you to give your factory model a personal touch and increase its overall value. And spring is the perfect time to get started on those projects you’ve been thinking about all winter.

But before you tear out walls or get knee-deep in carpet samples, take some time to plan your remodel for a smoother, more cost-effective renovation.

Here are three tips from the seasons professionals at Fiesta Homes: Continue reading

Can I Move My Modular Home to Protect It from a Natural Disaster?

storm movement 300x201 Can I Move My Modular Home to Protect It from a Natural Disaster?Natural disasters affect every corner of the country, so no home is entirely immune to the threat or emergencies caused by catastrophes like wild fires, floods, tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, etc. However, the threat of property damage that some natural disasters presents may be avoided by modular home owners because your home is mobile.

Types of Natural Disasters That May Be Avoided

In theory, you can avoid any natural disaster by moving if you have sufficient warning. However, rarely do you get sufficient warning. So, the natural disasters that can most practically be avoided are the ones that do provide some kind of advanced warning or are seasonally expected.

Take wildfires, for instance. Wildfires that threaten homes are typically spotted days, possibly even weeks before. In the meantime, crews are working to contain and/or put out the fire, which may extend the window for evacuation and modular home relocation.

If you plan ahead (see considerations below), you may be ready to move with less notice, making it possible for you to relocate your home upon hearing news of an inbound storm and/or flood warnings.

Considerations for Modular Home Relocation

Although modular homes are mobile, they are not easily relocated. It takes quite a bit of planning to execute a move, but saving your home from destruction from a natural disaster is worth the effort. Some preparations required include:

    Interior and Exterior Preparation: The physical movement of the home will trigger whatever is inside to shift. So, you must remove heavy, bulky and fragile items from the house. Since the home will be subjected to high winds (or the equivalent produced by highway travel), exterior decorations and skirting should be removed. Secure any loose item tightly. Explore your insurance options to see if additional coverage for damage during relocation is possible.

    Utilities: Ensure that all utilities are detached before moving to a new site. To avoid injuries, get professional help to handle dangerous utilities such as gas and electricity.

    Moving Companies: Get referrals from people you trust to avoid paying too much or hiring a company that does not have the right experience and/or capabilities to relocate a modular home.

    Get permits: Most municipalities require permits to relocate a modular home. Your moving company may be able to assist you with the process of getting permits for moving and relocating.

You should also familiarize yourself with laws and zoning regulations in the area to which you plan to relocate to avoid fines and penalties.

As New Mexico’s modular home experts, Fiesta Homes can provide you with vital information and resources for homeowners creating a disaster moving plan. Please contact us to learn more.

The Pros and Cons of Modular Homes

Karsten Dynamite Exterior 300x200 The Pros and Cons of Modular HomesThe past decade has seen many changes in what types of properties can be considered “home.” From the tiny house revolution to innovations in pre-fab and modular construction, there are lots of exciting choices to consider as alternatives to traditionally site-built timber-frame homes. Modular home construction has benefited from new technology and hybrid materials, and prices have correspondingly tumbled. For those of you considering a modular home, here are a few of the pros you should consider: Continue reading

How We Offer the Best Price on Your Modular Home

GettyImages 164113230 How We Offer the Best Price on Your Modular HomeFiesta Homes is the leader in high-quality modular homes in the greater Las Cruces area. We are a family-owned business, and that comes with a lot of benefits for our customers.

Because we are not corporate-owned, we:

  • Keep overhead low, and our low operational costs translate to better prices for our modular homes.
  • Maintain tight profit margins. Of course, we need to make money to stay in business, but we do not apply exorbitant markups to our homes, so they are affordable for most budgets.

The way we do business also benefits homebuyers: Continue reading

Choosing an HVAC System for Your Modular Home

Buying a home is an exciting time, and being able to customize every feature makes it even more exciting…or stressful. But, it doesn’t have to be. When you understand your options, like those available for modular home HVAC systems, you are equipped to make the best choice for your comfort and budget.

The Challenges of Modular Home HVAC

Most conventional homes are constructed with an extensive ductwork system that channels treated air from the central air conditioning unit, furnace and/or heat pump to each room in the house. Ductwork and the HVAC units take up a lot of space, and space is Continue reading

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TRU Steal ll 28×72

The largest home we have for the least amount of money. It is called “The Steal II” It is almost 2000 square feet 4 bedroom with 2 baths living room and family room. Large utility room with freezer space. Dual pane windows and upgraded insulation makes this the best affordable home in town.

Floor plans start at $67,000
SALE $59,900