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New Hampshire Prefab Homes

Expedite your move-in date by purchasing a prefabricated home. There are numerous prefab home contractors in New Hampshire to choose from, with a nice variety pricing options. Using the prefab concept generally has distinct advantages over homes built from the ground up at the job site. Time and money are the obvious savings and often allow you to get more home for the money, in a shorter time period.

Prefabricated homes in New Hampshire, listed by city.

Concord

Home World - 973 252-8887

Derry

Mead Homes - 603 434-7100

Dover

Coastline Modular Homes - 603 740-0111

Hudson

 

Londonderry

Kuncanowet Hills Mobile & Modular Home Sales - 603 529-3444

Manchester

Casey Modular Homes - 603 624-7093

Merrimack

Whispering Pines Mobile Home - 603 432-9681

Nashua

Artistic Home Sales - 603 880-1400

Rochester

 

Salem

Salem Manufactured Homes - 603 898-2144

Warner

New Hampshire Modular Homes - 603 456-2378

Shorter Construction Schedules

True prefab homes are built at the factory in sections then assembled into a finished, modern home. You can pick from a variety of home styles, floor plans, elevations, color schemes and amenities. Using prefabricated modules simplifies construction time at the job site.

Local Prefab Home Prices

The cost of a prefab homes varies from market to market. Find local prefab homes in Manchester, Nashua, Concord, Derry, Rochester, Salem, Dover, Merrimack, Londonderry, Hudson, Warner and other locations around the state. Local labor cost for construction, assembly and installation varies with the local economy. Material costs also fluctuate with supply and demand. Visit the New Hampshire resources listed here for cost estimates on prefab homes, modular garages, cabins, prefab metal buildings and other types of prefabricated homes.

Choose a builder by city or community in New Hampshire that meets your desires for quality, budget and lifestyle. Also see New Hampshire Custom Home Builders.

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