How do our homes compare?
The Liv-Connected team conducted extensive research on competitors in the modular market, and on how modular home building stacks up against typical site-built homes.
Other Modular Homes
A one-bedroom Conexus Home is designed to fit on one oversized truck, reducing the need for road shutdowns, extra permits, and the added cost of wide-load trucks.
Many modular companies design for wide-load or multiple load transportation, making their ability to deliver to places further than 500 miles prohibitively expensive.
Typical construction methods can require any number of material deliveries by truck, boat, plane, etc.
Liv-Connected Homes are designed, manufactured and built in 6 months, with final assembly taking only hours.
While many modular companies can build and install quickly, many are on backorder due to lack of facilities and high demand.
Site-built construction typically takes 18 months, three times that of modular, and can be further delayed by weather and other factors.
Time from order to delivery
Our homes are built at a facility that builds with keen attention to detail and does full-sized testing of structural elements to ensure our homes are safe.
While all homes, modular or not, need to pass inspections, not all pay attention to design in a way that makes owners feel comfortable and dignified.
The quality of site-built homes varies widely based on the designer and contractor. The nation is currently facing a shortage of skilled labor, only exacerbating this issue.
Our manufacturing partners are experts in utilizing factory precision to calculate, purchase and use materials only as needed, and the homes are designed to make the most of raw material sizes.
Most modular homes have been designed for efficiency and low waste. The less waste in the world, the better.
Contractors order raw materials in bulk, so waste is often immeasurable. This is one of the most destructive problems in the industry.