Are you thinking about moving to Kansas? The purchase of a manufactured home, modular home, or prefabricated home is a fiscally responsible choice for any family or individual looking to relocate. Known as the Sunflower State, Kansas is located in the center of the continental United States and borders Colorado, Oklahoma, Missouri, and Nebraska with a continental climate. Kansas manufactured homes are engineered specifically for the unique characteristics of the environment, with a focus on energy efficiency and minimal long-term maintenance. Thanks to its rolling wheat fields and Wizard of Oz fame, Kansas enjoys a current population of just under 3 million people. The average sales price of a home in Kansas is $168,000. In comparison, the average price range of constructing a manufactured home is $45-$65 per square foot. So, the average starting cost of a 1,800 square foot prefabricated home is $99,000, including land and necessary site improvements making the purchase of a prefabricated house a fiscally responsible choice for Kansas’ would-be home buyers. These prices can vary in metropolitan areas such as Wichita and Topeka, where the cost of land and site improvements are typically higher.
Builders of modern manufactured homes and modular homes employ the latest in modern building technology, but their greatest asset may be their indoor home building facilities. With factory construction, there’s no rush to complete a home’s exterior—manufacturers actually begin by building the inside of the home. This gives them access to the inside of the home’s exterior walls, enabling them to seal electrical outlets and other structural gaps to achieve superior insulation. In addition to being built to withstand the elements, modular homes are built strong enough to withstand the processes of transport and installation. The final result is an exceptionally durable and dependable home that’s built to last a lifetime, and to give you and your family peace of mind knowing you own a home you can rely on.