There are some perceptions that factory-built homes are somehow built to a different quality than site-building. That’s true! Jandel’s modular homes are built stronger than their site-built counterparts.
Consider this – modular homes are built with more framing lumber, 20 – 30% more on average. Wall sheathing is stapled to the studs and belt rails leaving no sheathing unsupported by framing. Galvanized tie downs are also secured to the studs, further securing the framing.
Each phase of construction is supervised and monitored by quality control personnel and must meet exact specifications before it receives a certification label. The certification label is your assurance that your homes is built to the requirements of the Canadian Standards Association and the provincial and national building codes.