One of the best parts of life is finding a home that you can grow in and live your best life. In today’s day and age, there are seemingly unlimited options when shopping for a home.
That’s why we want to help people understand the benefits of modular homes and quadruple wide homes. Mobile housing has been seen through a negative lens for the last few decades, but with technology growing and new innovation coming daily, having a home delivered to you is inarguably a better choice then a traditional home now.
Mobile homes grow in value and modular homes allow for customizations that you can’t get with a cookie cutter ranch or townhome. Home Nation wants to spread the news about all the positives when buying and owning a quadruple wide home.
From being economical to reducing energy consumption, the benefits we’re covering are just the icing on the cake when buying a new modular home.
What Is a Quadruple Wide Home?
A quadruple wide home is actually just a regular modular home. With 4 sections it very likely won’t look like your typical modular home, however.
Most modular homes, being built in 2 sections, look rather boxy and have that manufactured home look. A quadruple wide doesn’t have that problem. With 4 boxes it’s possible to create a home in many configurations.
The simplest quadruple wide you’ll see is simply a 2 story home (the additional 2 boxes make up the second story of course). But there is no reason you cannot arrange those boxes in any configuration you’d like, and there’s no requirement that your final floor plan even has to be symmetrical at all.
When you are looking into quadruple wide homes and if they are the right fit for you, check out all our options at Home Nation. We design and customize homes of all shapes and sizes for everyone.
Benefits of a Quadruple Wide Home
Quadruple wide modular homes are superior to standard homes in almost every way. They are built by professionals and the designs have been perfected over time to ensure that customers are receiving the best product possible.
When you are looking at homes, we’d challenge you to find ways that an ordinary home beats a modular home in price, quality, customization, or energy. The homes that we provide are made to be the best, and we pride ourselves on how consistently better our homes are.
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Modular homes and especially quadruple wide homes can be designed to be extremely energy efficient. Newer mobile homes are being designed with materials that don’t get extremely cold or hot like many common building materials.
This saves you money on monitoring the temperature of your house. In addition to the materials that are used, the houses are designed with known energy saving features like vaulted ceilings or long lasting seals on windows and doors.
The fact that the homes are built in a predesigned way means that concessions don’t have to be made when the building process is happening.
The quality of modular and mobile homes is held to the highest standard, which is simple to maintain. Since the homes are built in a controlled environment away from weather and other natural occurrences, they aren’t damaged or degraded during the building process!
Additionally, modular homes go through more than thirty inspections before they are allowed to be handed off to the owner. This means that instead of just one inspector walking through your home, you have thirty or more qualified professionals verifying the product is the best it can be.
The final factor that increases the stability of the home is that modular homes are made to be mobile. This means that they have extra reinforcement to ensure they aren’t damaged during transport. The extra effort put in ensures that your home will last longer than normal.
When all of these factors are combined, a modular home is always superior to a standard home when it comes to quality and consistency.
For high quality homes that are made with proven methods, Home Nation is the right choice every time. We guarantee quality and the best modular homes on the market.
When anything is bought in bulk, there are discounts applied at the end of the transaction. This principle is what makes quadruple wide homes both cheap and high quality.
The companies that manufacture the homes can buy products in large quantities and then manufacture the entire house in a factory. This both saves on materials and on physical labor that a normal house building company has to charge its customer.
When the company saves money on building the home, you save money when buying the home! Modular homes can keep their average cost per square foot around sixty dollars because of this. When you compare to a standard home, you’ll save an average of more than fifty dollars per square foot!
Modern Look with Customization Options
Have you ever wanted to build your dream home without all the moving and physical labor? Buying a quadruple wide home allows you to build your entire house to your specifications without any of the work!
You can simply go to the website that is selling the modular home and pick exactly what you want! They will then deliver the house to you exactly as you requested.
When you want the newest trends and to see how your house would look completely finished, you can simply choose the layout and features you want on the website. This ensures that you’re getting a new product that matches exactly what you were looking for in a home!
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Create Your Home to Match Your Lifestyle
Narrowing down these few benefits was difficult, but when it comes to quadruple wide homes and many other mobile homes, you can always choose what you need. If you want to be mobile or stay in one place, you can design and have a modular home built for you!
Being energy efficient, customizable, affordable, and always high quality are just a few of the awesome features of buying a quadruple wide home.
Are Quadruple Wide Mobile Homes Affordable?
Yes. Quadruple-wide mobile homes typically cost between $100K - $250, depending on the size and square footage of the home. This is still significantly less expensive than a single-family home that has an average cost of $400K.
You can expect to pay about $58.73 per square foot, but the home price can vary dramatically based on your location. A quadruple-wide mobile home typically includes two to three bedrooms, making it a spacious housing option for families.
What’s the Difference Between a Quadruple Wide Mobile Home vs. a Modular Home
Modular and quadruple-wide homes are often confused with one another, and this is natural because they both are larger customized manufactured homes. Both can be over 2,000 square feet and have several bedrooms and amenities. But there is a key differentiator that separates what can qualify as a quadruple-wide mobile home.
What differentiates a modular home from a quadruple-wide mobile home is their compliance with building codes. A modular home must comply with all state and local building codes, whereas a quadruple-wide home must adhere to stricter, federally-enforces laws for safety and quality.
While both homes have high standards for safety and construction, the quadruple-wide home must meet these federal requirements to qualify. You’ll want to choose a builder known for quality construction to ensure a longer lifespan of the house.
What is the Widest a Mobile Home Can Be?
A quadruple-wide mobile home is four times bigger than a single-wide. But because modular homes can be customized to any size by adding more units to the home, there is no limit to a mobile home’s size.
Often the home’s size will be dictated by the property size. You may also be required to get a permit for the mobile home, depending on the size and where you plan to place it.
A quadruple-wide must comply with HUD codes and requirements. This means each section of the quad must be at least 320 square feet in size. Most quadruple-wide homes are over 2,000 square feet.
Common Features in a Quadruple-Wide Mobile Home
Because you have four times the space of a single wide home, you get a little more of everything. Most quadruple-wide mobile homes come with:
High-end fixtures and textiles
Open floor plans
Larger master suite
Multiple gathering spaces
Attached outdoor structures
At Home Nation, we offer an extensive inventory of high-quality mobile homes to fit your living needs.
Where to Find a Quadruple-Wide Mobile Home
Because quadruple-wide mobile homes are much larger than your typical mobile home, these homes are often custom-built. We offer several pre-built and customizable options to fit the needs of your family. Contact us to learn more about our quadruple-wide floor plans and pricing.
Are you thinking of buying a quadruple-wide mobile home in your area? Learn more about our affordable, high-quality mobile homes.
If you have any questions at all, feel free to stop by or give us a call at Home Nation. We are here to help everyone build their dream home.