Prices include wiring, plumbing, bath room, kitchen, finished interior, insulation, set up, and delivery with 100 miles. Crane fee is additional (if needed). Certified Modular Homes are move in ready!Need more info? - Download our 2013 Brochure
The cabins pictured on our site are a guide for you. Endless options are available. Any style cabin can designed to your taste and function. Click on the link above for more info, and contact us for a free quote.
We are pleased to offer you Certified Modular Log Homes and Recreational Log Cabins that are affordable. These cabins are pre-assembled and are not built from kits. Each modular home is designed and constructed by Amish craftsman in Lancaster, PA to meet local and or exceed residential codes in the eight states we service. The construction is superior and the options are endless. Cabins can be designed to the layout of your choosing, from a simple camp or cottage up to a four bedroom home that will leave you're feeling like your living in a dream house. Finished interiors with knotty pine walls and different flooring choices will also leave you breathless when you first walk in. The kitchen and bath cabinets and counters are full of function ability, so you will feel right at home making dinner for the family and guests. Window options such as the Vista Glass package on the Mountaineer will give you a panoramic view and an immense amount of natural lighting.
Here are Seven Simple Steps to Buying a Certified Modular Home:
1. Choose one of the seven home styles and a basic floor plan that fits your needs.
2. Make floor plan alterations and review written cost proposal.
3. Tentatively agree on step 2 and schedule the site check where the home will be set to ensure adequate access. Verify with the town or city that there are no zoning issues.
4. Sign written proposal contract and floor plan. Make security deposit (20% of total contract or whatever was agreed upon in advance).
5. Review 1st set of blueprints. Make any last minute changes or sign the blueprints. Take completed, stamped set of blueprints to obtain your building permit.
6. Site prep and foundation work will be completed by you or North Country Storage Barns at least two weeks prior to the arrival of your home. The next 30% of the contracted amount is due at this time.
7. House is then set on the foundation and the agreed upon items in the contract are completed to 100% customer satisfaction. The last 50% of the contracted amount (the balance of the agreement) is due at this time.
Certified Modular Homes include the following:
Contact us for additional options and features for your new Certified Modular Log Cabin.
Floors are constructed from 2x10 joists spaced at 16 inches on center
Walls are constructed from 2x6 studs spaced at 16 inches on center
Roofs on the Settler, Frontier, Lincoln, and Pioneers up to 22 feet wide are constructed from factory cut rafters spaced at 16 inches on center
Roofs on homes over 22 feet wide in the Adirondack and Cape Cod styles are constructed of trusses spaced at 24 inches on center
Porch decks are constructed from number one pressure treated lumber
Log siding on the exterior is white pine 2x6 tongue and groove and has two coats of sealer applied
GAF lifetime architectural shingle roof (metal roof is optional - contact us for prices)
Jeld-wen insulated windows - single hung (top sash if fixed)
Floor insulation R-30 fiberglass is installed at set up
Walls are insulated with R-19 fiberglass insulation
Ceiling insulated with R-30 or R-38 fiberglass insulation (depending on roof system)
Yellow pine tongue and groove solid wood floors with a durable clear finish (hickory floors are optional)
Walls and ceilings are finished in _ tongue and groove knotty pine boards with two coats of clear finish
Knotty pine solid wood interior doors
Solid pine cabinets with full extension, soft close drawers (lazy susans are standard in angled corner cabinets)
Wilsonart laminated counter top (custom colors available)
Double bowl stainless steel sinks with faucet
Range hood (black) (microwave with exhaust fan is optional)
Counter receptacles (GFCI protected)
Range electrical consists of 1 each 220V & 1 each 120V receptacle, to operate an electric range or the controls for a gas model
Moen plumbing fixtures are installed as per floor plan, including faucets and shower heads
30 gallon Rheem water heater installed (on demand electric water heaters are optional)
Exhaust fan/light combination in ceiling, light over the sink, and a 20AMP GFIC receptacle by the sink
Mirror at the sink, in addition to a toilet paper holder, hand towel rack, and a clothing hook on the door
Ceiling fans installed in every bedroom and main living area
Outside light on the porch and at each exterior door
Exterior receptacles on the front and rear of the home (2 total)
Tamper resistant receptacles spaced around the rooms less than 12 feet apart
Smoke / CO2 alarms in the main living area and smoke alarms in each bedroom (hard wired together)
100 AMP panel box with breakers installed (conduits thru floor for service connection and future ciurcuits)