Building Your Home Package

Home packages are panelized systems that are delivered to your site in pre-built sections. Nelson's automated factories provide you with precision panelized walls, roof, and floor components to expedite and simplify the building process of your modular home. Nelson Homes has a six-step modular home package sales process. Through this process, we help customers find the perfect home plan that suits their lifestyle and budget. Please note that modular home plans are customizable upon request.

Modular Home Packages

Our home package kits have a price guaranteed for quality and quantity. Home Packages include pre-cut floor trusses, panelized walls (pre-built and ready to stand up), engineered roof trusses, window, exterior finish, shingles, insulation, and drywall. Customers can also add cabinets and floor coverings. Delivery is included in the home package price.

Modular Home Package Advantages

Nelson's modular home packages are designed to make building a new home more efficient. It is convenient, one-stop service, where people with years of experience handle all of the major details. The home package consists of everything you need to get your home to the secure lock-up stage and beyond.

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Cut Framing Time In Half

Independent research shows a reduction of as much as 60% of framing time is required to assemble a home package.

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High-Quality, Energy Efficient Homes

Our manufacturing facilities adhere to strict building standards and codes; components are thoroughly inspected at every stage. Walls will be straighter, resulting in fewer problems with nail pops, ceiling or corner cracks.

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Save Money

Nelson guarantees that the modular home package price will not change when the home package is delivered within 6 months of placing your order.

Framed Homes vs. Panelized Homes

A case study conducted by "Framing The American Dream" compared the process of building two identical 2,600 SQ FT homes in the United States. One home was built using a traditional stick frame process and the other was built with engineered panelized systems. Key findings are outlined below: