We Are Maine’s Premier Authorized Westchester Modular Builder!

Looking for an alternative to stick-built construction? We are a leader in custom modular construction. By partnering with Westchester Modular Homes, we’re able to offer a full range of modular homes made by one of the top names in the industry. Take a closer look at a range of modular homes and floor plans here.

About Westchester Modular Homes

Westchester Modular Homes, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of custom-built, energy-efficient modular homes. Headquartered in Wingdale, New York, the company was established in 1986 and became an Employee Owned Company in January 2000. Westchester Modular Homes employs about 175 people full-time in a specialized manufacturing facility. A pioneer in systems-built housing, Westchester Modular Homes evolved into an industry leader through innovation in design, customization, superior craftsmanship and green building practices. The company markets homes through a network of independent builders in a nine-state area including New England, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Westchester Modular's prefabricated housing offers exceptional value for any residential, multi-unit or light commercial project. As opposed to traditional construction, prefab units are more affordable, quicker to build, less expensive to maintain and highly energy efficient.

Westchester Prefab Modular Homes: Standard Features

Westchester Prefab Modular Homes: Standard Features

(Unlimited options for upgrades)

Modular homes are also known as prefab modular homes, referring to the prefabricated style of modular home construction. Virtually any home floor plan can be prefabricated. At Westchester, we build prefab beach houses, ranch style prefab homes, duplex prefab homes and a variety of other styles. Westchester Modular Homes are built to comply with nationally accepted building codes including BOCA Basic Building, Plumbing and Mechanical codes as well as the National Electric code. All Westchester Modular Homes include the following quality features:

Why Modular?

Today's modular homes are not just convenient - they offer quality that will last years. They are built to withstand storms, flooding and other occurrences that are becoming more and more frequent along the Eastern Seaboard. Some of the benefits of modular construction include:

Prefab Residential Housing

Whether it's a vacation getaway on the beach or a home base for raising your family, prefab housing is an excellent choice for any residential construction project. Our homes come in a range of styles and sizes, and they are customizable to meet your specifications. Start with one of our popular designs, such as the luxurious colonial-style Richmond or the split-level Mansfield, and add on the amenities of your choice - such as cathedral ceilings, a built-in fireplace or a Jacuzzi tub. Our prefab homes are built to last for the long term and come with a ten year guarantee

Exterior Finishes

5/12" Roof Pitch with Class "A" fiberglass / asphalt self-sealing architectural grade shingles with Limited Lifetime Warranty and aluminum drip edge
12" Gable Overhangs
12" Front and Rear Overhangs with low maintenance ventilated vinyl soffit and aluminum facia system (Front and rear overhangs on capes are 8".)
Andersen® 400 Series vinyl clad wood tilt sash windows with screens and grills.
Fiberglass Insulated Exterior Door with wood frame and adjustable oak threshold
Low Maintenance Solid Vinyl Siding with lifetime non-prorated transferable warranty
Exterior G.F.I. Outlet at front and rear doors
Wireless door bell with buttons for the front and rear doors

Interior Finishes

25 oz Carpet with 1/2" foam pad
Oak Stair Railing
1/2" Gypsum Drywall on Walls, 5/8" on Ceilings Prime coat painted
Pine Interior Trim with prime painted with extended window jambs and sills
Six Panel Masonite hollow core interior doors painted white with brush nickel hinges and lever hardware

Kitchen Features

Merillat Spring Valley Oak, Glen Arbor Oak or Marlin Hardwood
Self edged high pressure laminate countertop by Wilsonart® with 4" backsplash. (Optional diamond edge molding)
8" deep double bowl stainless steel sink with single lever Delta® faucet and spray

Bath Features

Merillat Spring Valley Oak, Glen Arbor Oak or Marlin Hardwood
One Piece Fiberglas Tub / Shower Unit with Delta® temperature balancing valve to prevent "shower shock"
Dual handle Delta® Vanity Faucet
Elongated Vitreous China Water Closet
Pex water supply lines; ; PVC drain, waste and vent lines
Bath Fan/Light Combination on two switches

Exterior Structure

5/8" Plywood Roof Sheathing with clips
#15 Felt Paper under roof shingles
6' ofIce & Water Sheild on the eaves
Full Length Attic shingle over-ridge-Ventilating System
2x6 (on the flat) between ceiling and 2nd floor
2x6 Exterior Studding 16" On Center
1/2" Plywood Exterior Sheathing Glued & Fastened including mating wall
Air Infiltration Moisture Wrap
R-21 Batt Type Wall Insulation
R-38 Batt Type Ceiling Insulation

Interior Structure

2x10 Floor Joists 16" on center
Solid Wood bridging at center spans
Steel Joist hangers on mating walls
2x10 Double Rim Joists with 1/2" plywood between joists front & rear
3/4" Tongue & Groove Fir Plywood Floor, glued & fastened
2x4 Interior Studding 16" on center with full 8' ceiling height
Sheetrock "Foam-Sealed" in place


SLANT-FIN® hot water baseboards factory installed; furnace supplied & installed on-site by builder
200 Amp Service 40 circuit service panel with circuit breakers (shipped loose)

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