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News & Insights

News and updates on the latest at Express Modular and in the off-site construction industry.
Franchise News

Franchising’s Role in Helping Modular Building Grow

Ken Semler started Express Modular in 2008 and grew it into a regional builder of custom homes, small offices, and educational and assisted living facilities. Then, his company evolved into a national brand that sold modular homes on the internet in 42 states where the company is licensed and registered as a builder/contractor.

Industry Insights

Good Enough Isn’t Good Enough – Except When Building a Home in Most of the U.S.

How do you know that the new home you are living in meets current building code? Does your state observe a written building code? Does your state, county, or city require a building permit to build a new home? What does getting a building permit …
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Industry Insights

Aim Small… Miss Small

“Aim small, miss small.” While some might think that was just a line from the Mel Gibson movie The Patriot, it was actually the advice

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Industry Insights

ARE WE APPROACHING THE MODULAR TIPPING POINT?

Home builders today are struggling to build homes the old way. Imagine building a car in your driveway. That is exactly how most homes are built today, outside in the weather. All of the tools and the people that are needed to build a home have to go to the home site every day.

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Industry Insights

ALL PATHS LEAD TO MODULAR

Because it has been done this way for almost 200 years without change, the current process is ingrained in the industry. We know habits are hard to break. Until the pain of during it the current way is greater than the pain of changing to a better way, human nature is to continue on the current path.

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Industry Insights

MODULAR HOMES: WHEN YOU DON’T HAVE TIME TO THINK ABOUT QUALITY

Building a custom home isn’t for the faint-hearted. It will take longer than you expect and the decisions go well beyond “Do you want heated seats and the Nav system?”. During the entire process, the typical home buyer will never ask what building code or version of the building code, the home is being built to meet.

Industry Insights

Fighting the Confusion – Blame the Frame

Today, more than ever before, we need well-designed, safe, and affordable housing. We can’t build homes fast enough to meet the current need for housing.