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Chase Custom Homes Builds New Model Home Center in Partnership with Westchester Modular Homes

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CHASE CUSTOM HOMES BRINGS CUSTOM-BUILT, HIGH-QUALITY MODULAR CONSTRUCTION TO MAINE THROUGH PARTNERSHIP WITH LEADING MANUFACTURER.

Chase Custom Homes & Finance, Inc., a leader in custom home construction, renovations, remodels and home repairs throughout southern, central and western Maine, is expanding into modular construction as Maine’s premier authorized Westchester Modular Home Builder. The focal point of this growth is a brand new model home center located at 290 Bridgton Road in Westbrook, Maine.
The 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath showcase home features high-end finishes such as hardwood flooring, granite counter tops and custom molding. This home is well appointed with extra tall 42-inch kitchen cabinets, a large center island kitchen workstation and butler’s pantry with entry to a formal front dining room, first floor master bedroom and bath, as well as three large bedrooms and bonus family room upstairs. This home is built for energy efficiency with a high performance Fujitsu heat pump and Andersen® windows.

“We are thrilled to partner with such a respected name in the modular construction business. In my 31 years of building custom, stick-built homes, this modular home from Westchester has the finest quality I have seen. This level of quality and follow through in terms of customer service sets Westchester apart from other modular builders. We are proud to associate our name with Westchester’s workmanship and product integrity,” says John Chase, owner and CEO of Chase Custom Homes.

Over the last 31 years in business, Chase Custom Homes has built subdivisions and communities throughout the state, forging strong relationships and growing its name as a trusted builder. Moving forward, the stick-built side of the business will remain strong, but the company is looking to bring more modular construction options to a market where it is currently lacking.

“We look forward to bringing the best in modular construction to customers in Maine and beyond,” says Eric Hallee, president of Chase Custom Homes. “Our partnership with Westchester will help us offer more solutions and will allow us to showcase the true quality of a modular product. The model home sales center will have people saying, ‘Is this really modular?’ We can’t wait to show it off.”

John Colucci, vice president of sales and marketing for Westchester Modular Homes, says it has been a pleasure to work with Chase Custom Homes. “Our whole team at Westchester is excited to be partnering with Chase Custom Homes. Their quality craftsmanship and high level of customer service, before and after the sale, made our decision to partner with Chase very easy. Two strong companies, both with longstanding names in the building industry, have come together to offer each homebuyer more options and a pleasant home buying experience.”

Chase Custom Home’s new modular home center is now open for tours. A grand opening is slated for May 13, 2017. To learn more visit www.cchfi.com or call (207) 892-2700.