The modular homes of the past were small, simple structures; most often constructed of vinyl siding or wood and had little architectural detail.
Today, it is almost impossible to tell the difference between a traditional "stick" built house (constructed by a contractor and crew) and a modular home.
McConnell & Sons builds houses by Nationwide Custom Homes because ". . . the quality is exceptional and they offer outstanding customer service," says Eddie McConnell, the second generation of W.E. McConnell & Son, Inc.
In 2010, ABC television’s "Ty Pennington’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" chose a modular home from Nationwide. McConnell, along with several members of his crew, travelled to North Georgia to set it up. The house arrived on the site at 7:30 a.m. in large boxes from the manufacturer (Nationwide) and was "under roof" by 6:30 that evening. It was the first modular home used on the show - but it was not the last.
Nationwide Custom Homes come in a variety of styles and sizes, use top-of-the-line materials, and can be customized. Perhaps best of all, the houses can be completed in a matter of weeks, versus the usual 10 to 12 months.
For more information on Nationwide homes, visit their website at www.nationwide-homes.com or www.mcconnellhome.com.