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Ken Semler Dispels the Myths & Mistruths of Modular Construction at IBS 2020

Build More Custom Modular Homes at IBS 2020
If hiring shortages, lack of available subcontractors and unpredictable material cost are forcing you to turn down jobs, modular construction can be the answer your home building business needs.

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Build More Custom Homes with Modular Construction
When?  Tuesday, Jan. 21, 8:45 – 9:15am
Where? LVCC – Custom Building Central – North 257

During this presentation we’ll dispel the myths, mistruths and fake news that are preventing custom home builders from adopting modular construction. Hear from Ken Semler, a nationwide custom home builder that exclusively uses modular construction, about the design flexibility, customization and efficiency modular can offer your next custom home project. If hiring shortages, lack of available subcontractors and unpredictable material cost are forcing you to turn down jobs, modular construction can be the answer your home building business needs.

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