Welcome to Metro Modular Homes
Metro Modular Homes has been supplying quality homes throughout B.C for over fifty-seven years. Our success has come through our knowledge and exceptional service from start to finish. We provide experienced set-up crews with quality construction.
The Choice is Yours.
We know building a “dream home” means having choices, therefore Metro Modular Homes offers a variety of floorplans and a wide range of options and upgrades to help you customize your new home. We’ll make sure your home is uniquely yours in every way, providing high quality construction and finishing in every home. In addition, some of our available options include sculptured drywall, 9-foot ceilings, solid-surface countertops, Dura-Built cabinets and hand-laid ceramic tile, providing a “custom” touch. Our local planners can assist you with floor-plan modifications to make your home fit and flow for your needs. Above all, We’re here to help you build a home you will truly enjoy.
Monday to Friday : 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday : 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Sunday : Closed
"We are here to earn your business"
Why Modular homes?
Are modular homes cheaper to build? Yes, these homes are built in an controlled environment that improves efficiencies and reduces the impact of the elements. Modular homes must be designed with the strength to be transported to the home site. A central construction area for trade workers and less material waste during the building process results in a 15-20% savings over comparable site-built homes. In addition, you not only do you own a stronger, more energy efficient home, you also save money.
When deciding between a manufactured or modular home, it is important to understand the differences between the two. Modular homes allow for more architectural design freedom because they are built to local codes. As a result, modular home placement is typically less restricted. In conclusion, using this construction method you get more home for your money.
Finding the Right Modular home Floor Plan for You
Firstly, whether you are building a modular home or a manufactured home, one of the most important steps is to choose a floor plan to support your current lifestyle and accommodate any future household changes. Secondly, considering other factors such as lot size, landscape and future marketability should also be factored into this decision.
When determining the size for your new modular home, start with a few basic questions about your current household situation.
- Are you planning to expand your family in the near future?
- How long will your children be living at home?
- Is there a possibility of extended family moving in with you?
Then lifestyle preference questions must be considered such as your need for entertainment space, a gourmet kitchen, a formal dining area or a large, open great room. Also, consider extra living areas in your plan for things like hobbies or working from home or even incorporating an outdoor living space.
After determining your space needs for your new home, take some time to consider your overall layout. One key factor here is your own need for personal privacy and/or the preference for everyone in the household. As well as integrating your lot layout with the flow of the floor plan to consider windows, doors and the placing of your kitchen and living area. Also consider the small but critical items such as the location of kitchen pantries, linen closets and laundry rooms.
Knowing the answers to these questions will help us to find the best possible floor plan for you and your family.