Why a Kintner Modular Home?
We use quality materials that meet or exceed the recommended building codes. Additionally, we provide exceptional service to our customers for as long as they own their Kintner Modular Home.
Can we make changes to a floor plan?
Absolutely, you may modify an existing floor plan or custom design one of your own. As part of our process, we encourage you to sit down with us to design a floor plan that fits your lifestyle while staying within your budget.
Can we choose the selections and finishes in our new Kintner Modular Home?
Yes. When it comes time to choose your interior and exterior design features, we will meet with you in our design center. You will be able to select all of the finishes for your new home including cabinets, counter-tops, hardwood, carpet, and tile. You will also be able to choose the locations of all lighting, cable and telephone outlets, etc.
What is site work?
Site work can include items such as driveways, demolition of any existing structures, land clearing, earthwork, storm water management systems, on-lot septic systems, wells, utility connections, final grade, and other costs that can only be calculated on a lot-specific basis.
Can Kintner Homes do “everything”?
Yes. Kintner Homes can complete all aspects of the home-building process, including related site work, your foundation, and any on-site additions such as porches, decks and garages.
Do I have to use your preferred lenders?
No, we do not require that you use one of our preferred lenders.
Does Kintner Modular Homes provide a warranty with the home?
Kintner Modular Homes provides a one year general limited service warranty. Typically, ten months after moving into your home, we will conduct a final inspection and repair any warrantable items. There is a ten year structural warranty with each home. In addition, many of the products installed in your new home come with manufacturer’s warranties.
How soon can I move into my Kintner home?
You can generally be in your home eight weeks after your home is set on its foundation. According to the 2015 Census, the average time to complete a stick-built home is approximately 10 months.
Can we see our house being built at the factory?
Yes, we can schedule a time for you to see your home being built. We also offer factory tours to interested buyers. Please ask your sales consultant if you’re interested in touring our factory.
What are the advantages of a modular home?
Modular homes are built stronger than stick built homes to withstand the stresses of transportation and craning. Because modular homes are constructed in a climate-controlled environment, they are not subject to inclement weather. They also are also cost effective, energy efficient, and customizable.
What is the difference between a modular and a double wide?
A double wide is built on a steel frame.
A modular appreciates rather than depreciates.
A modular is built to different codes than a double wide.
A modular receives mortgage rates rather than motor vehicle rates on loans.
What is a modular home?
A modular home is a stick-built home constructed in a climate-controlled warehouse. It is constructed by professionals specializing in modular home building on a removable frame that is moved down an assembly line. During construction, the home is inspected by a 3rd party. After construction, the home is craned onto a permanent foundation and finished on-site.