YES, is the short answer. However, full certification and warranty are required to give ‘piece of mind’ to the lenders. Totally Modular have all necessary certificates.
Many factors affect the price of any home, regardless of the construction method. Generally, after full specification has been decided a fixed cost of the superstructure (all above ground) is calculated. One of the biggest benefits of a modular home is the fact this price is fixed and in the contract. Cost certainty for the client is something not available with a traditional delivery of block and brick.
All new homes built in the UK must be certified to last a minimum of 60 years, deemed to be two mortgage terms. All Totally Modular homes have this certification.
Our structure is a hybrid of light gauge cold and hot rolled steel. The rest of the materials we use are standard as used by most every other house builder in the UK.
We do have our own ‘house-types’ that are costed and ready to be manufactured. However, we do not restrict you choosing or designing your own home. Clients always have their own internal and external specification opinions, and we endeavour to accommodate all our clients’ requirements.
Unfortunately, our current business model does not lend itself to projects of this nature, as the design & engineering costs for this offering are not viable for us to accommodate at present.
Totally Modular are looking for long term strategic partners. Our view is more about the potential to forge this partnership over the coming years. Factory homes are here and only going to grow in market share. Currently we will consider any potential project for the right customer and their housing forecasts. This is about the long-term objectives and values.
Every project site is unique, in simple terms we need access for both the modules and the crane. A broad rule of thumb is if a refuse vehicle or fire engine can get on to the site then we can make the delivery. There are exceptions of course, we always look at the logistics at early stages so not to waste anyone’s time.