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Your source for Modular Homes in Wyoming

Impresa Modular is the nationwide leader in modular construction. When you are ready to begin building your custom home you want to find a building partner you can depend on. The partner you choose should have the knowledge and expertise that comes from years of experience. Impresa Modular is the only nationwide builder of modular homes in the country. This means that we bring the accumulated knowledge and experience from building custom homes across the U.S. to the planning, designing, and building of your custom modular home. Our team is ready to support you as your source for modular homes in Wyoming.

What is Modular Building?

Modular construction is the process of building a home indoors in a factory. Compare this with traditional construction outdoors. Do you remember the last time you drove by a custom home that was under construction? If it had recently rained or snowed you probably saw the water puddles on the floor. Lumber and materials were stacked up outside in the mud. The builder’s employees had to track all of that dirt and mud in the home every day as they continued to work on it. Just imagine the homeowner’s excitement gradually turning to frustration as their custom home is delayed month after month. Change orders pile up creating more expenses that just weren’t considered in the original budget.

A modular home is constructed under roof in a factory. Even the materials used to construct the home are stored inside and away from the elements. The assembly line process means a clean, environmentally controlled factory protects your home. Construction on the home continues every day without weather delays. Skilled craftsmen, trained to do their specific job, have the tools they need to precisely complete each step in the home building process. While construction is happening at the factory, the site is being prepared and the foundation is built. Upon completion of the foundation, the modules are delivered to the home site. Usually, within the span of a single day the homes modules are lifted by a crane and gently placed on the foundation. The home is under roof and protected from the elements. Within a few more weeks the utilities are connected and the remaining site work is completed.

The custom modular home building process is completed much faster than with traditional construction. There is a night and day difference in the quality. Because of bulk purchasing power, better materials, less waste, and more efficient construction, modular homes are naturally a better value.

Build Modular, Build Modern!

Better for the Environment – Built in Energy Savings

Air infiltration is the enemy of energy efficiency in new home construction. Building a home outdoors make it very difficult to seal every crack, keep materials dry to avoid later shrinkage and separation, and apply energy saving construction processes consistently. Factory construction gives modular homes the energy efficiency advantage. Consistent processes mean that every potential air infiltration point is methodically sealed. Dry materials means less shrinkage in materials so future leakage points are eliminated. In fact, many green building certifications award additional points for using modular construction because of the consistent factory processes.

Wyoming – Home of Yellowstone National Park

The high mountains and vast plains provide Wyoming with spectacular scenery. The state is rich in grazing lands for sheep and cattle, and stocked with mineral deposits. The state leads in coal-production and is a leader in the production of petroleum and natural gas. Wyoming is also a top producer of beef cattle and hogs.

Wyoming has many attractions with the most notable being Yellowstone National Park. Hikers, campers and skiers are attracted to Jackson Hole National Monument in the Teton Range of the Rockies and the Grand Teton National Park. Cheyenne hosts the annual “Frontier Days” celebration. Fort Laramie National Historic Site, Devils Tower, Flaming Gorge, the and Fossil Butte National Monuments are additional state attractions.

State Facts & Fun

The Horse on the Wyoming license plate has a name, "Old Steamboat". It is named after a bronc that could not be ridden back in the oughts or the teens.

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Interested in building in Wyoming? We have an extensive selection of modular home plans and a consultant for your area who is waiting to help you with every detail along the way. Let's get started!

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