Category: Construction Technology

Construction Technology | April 25th, 2018

Choosing the Right Foundation

Arguably, the most important component of your home is the foundation as it ensures the structure and overall stability. Modular homes can be placed onto a variety of foundation styles –  the most common being: gravel pad with cribs and blocking, steel pilings and basements.

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Construction Technology | May 25th, 2017

Our Commitment to Construction Technology

Construction technology is something we breathe into the home buying process here at Jandel Homes. With a full construction team on site, we’re able to offer an experience like no other.

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Construction Technology | June 30th, 2016

Hiring a Contractor

While there are a couple of modular home companies that will offer full turn-key packages, the decision to purchase a modular home typically means that the home buyer will be completing at least a portion of the work on their own. And for this we say – beware of fly by night contractors! It pays […]

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Construction Technology | March 5th, 2016

Foundation Types

One of the most important components of your home is the foundation since it ensures the structure and stability of the home. Most modular homes can be placed onto a variety of foundation styles – below are the ones Jandel Homes installs most frequently: Gravel pad with cribs and blocking Gravel pad with telescopic steel […]

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Construction Technology | October 29th, 2015

Dwelling on a Basement?

Basement or no basement…that is the question. If you are considering buying a modular home, one of the critical decisions that will need to be made is what type of foundation will be required for the structure of your home, the soil conditions on your lot, the budget you are working within and, of course, […]

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Construction Technology | March 30th, 2012

Building Modular Streamlines Construction Processes

One of the primary benefits of modular construction is the streamlined construction process. The Modular Building Institute estimates that occupancy of a modularly constructed building occurs 50 percent faster than with conventional construction methods. How does this happen? Site permits can be pulled and site preparation work can be occurring at the same time as […]

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