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This guide to the top modular home builders serving Maryland will introduce the best companies, showcasing what they have to offer, including their floor plans, customization options, and more!

Finish Werks

Starting our list of Maryland modular builders is Finish Werks, a custom, green construction company that produces Energy Star-certified properties. Through the company’s GreenWerks packages, you can ensure your home is eco-friendly from top to bottom!

Exterior front view of a Finish Werks modular home.
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Finish Werks has a 10-step homebuilding process that includes the following.

  • Choosing a homesite.
  • Creating preliminary drawings and design.
  • Planning the site.
  • Financing construction.
  • Receiving permits.
  • Construction agreement.
  • Getting necessary municipal approvals.
  • Land development.
  • Building the house.
  • Property acceptance.

What We Like 

Interior view of a Finish Werks modular home
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The Savage-based Finish Werks builds a variety of green, custom modular homes. They use state of the art techniques in a carefully controlled environment to produce energy-efficient and highly durable modular homes.

Chesapeake Energy Homes

Interior view of a Chesapeake Energy Homes modular home's kitchen
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Chesapeake Energy Homes is owned by Don Althoff, who has more than two decades of experience in building and renovating custom prefab properties. With its team of dedicated experts, Chesapeake Energy Homes is well known for building quality homes in Maryland.

You can buy a modular home through Chesapeake Energy Homes and even get an addition built to make your home larger, which can be constructed in upwards of four months. 

Exterior view of a Chesapeake Energy Homes modular home
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What We Like

All homes from Chesapeake Energy Homes are eco-friendly and may be customized from the bottom up. Plus, you can tour the showroom through the Chesapeake Energy Homes website and take advantage of financing to make your purchase more affordable.

Point Modular Homes

As a division of Point Group, LLC, Point Modular Homes in Baltimore is led by Mike Homa. He has nearly three decades of building experience that he puts puts to good use with every new project Point accepts.

Exterior view of a Point Modular Homes backyard patio
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The values of the company are trust, quality, and transparency. Its website gives you details of the company’s modular home pricing so you can budget accordingly, and the Point Modular homebuilding process is also clearly outlined.

That process entails obtaining a site for the building, selecting a floor plan, budgeting, and building. 

Interior view of a Point Modular Homes kitchen
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What We Like

Point Modular Homes works with Excel Homes, Simplex Homes, Professional Building Systems, Inc., and Custom Building Systems to provide its customers with an impressive range of floor plans. All plans are customizable to accommodate your family size and budget.

Advantage Homes

Exterior view of an Advantage Homes modular home
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Serving Baltimore, Queen Anne’s, Harford, Carroll, and Anne Arundel counties, Advantage Homes has been a trusted choice for modular homes for three decades and counting.

Advantage Homes’ custom modular homes in association with Simplex Homes, Excel Homes, and New Era Building Systems are high quality and unique through and through. 

Interior view of an Advantage Homes modular home
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If you don’t necessarily want a custom home, you can also browse their website to see which built modular homes are available for sale. Act fast, as the available homes don’t tend to stay available for long! 

What We Like

Advantage Homes is a member of the Maryland Mortgage Program Builder/Developer Incentive Program or BDIP, which makes buying a home for the first time a more affordable venture.

Tiny House Container

Is your dream to own a modular home in Maryland that is as tiny as can be? Then check out Tiny House Container, as this company can make those dreams come true.

Interior view of a  Tiny House Container modular home
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Established in 2015, the Ridgely-based company takes your average 20-foot shipping container and converts it into a home. Some might consider it an ADU, but it’s a liveable property, nevertheless. 

The models include the Happy Weekender for brief retreats (48 square feet), the Unique BnB with a large bathroom, the Happy Queen Suite for your sweetest dreams, and the Creative Office with 112 square feet and 30 amps of power.

Exterior front view of two Tiny House Container modular homes
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What We Like

Tiny House Container calls its small homes indestructible, as the metal shells are hurricane-resistant. These off-grid homes include a large bathroom and a kitchenette with all the fixings for comfortable living on a small scale. 

Humberson Homes, LLC

As a turnkey building contractor, Humberson Homes, LLC, can build your next modular chalet, cabin, or home. Additionally, its properties are always eco-friendly.

Exterior view of a Humberson Homes, LLC modular home
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Serving Garrett County for 30 years and counting, Humberson Homes works with Pleasant Valley Homes, Professional Building Systems, Inc., and Apex Homes to bring you the latest and greatest in modular designs. 

You can get a single-story home built, a multi-story property, or a completely custom modular home. 

Interior view of a Humberson Homes, LLC modular home
Courtesy of Humberson Homes, LLC

What We Like

When building your home, Humberson Homes uses X-Tra Insulation Plus with a dry permanent barrier that includes a crushed stone footing and Superior Sealant across the joints. Then the team adds a Dow Thermax reinforced polyisocyanurate insulation covering made of rigid foam.


Maryland has a fine array of high caliber modular builders to choose from.

The builders we’ve discussed run the gamut, from ranches to mini-mansions, log homes, and small metal containers perfect for an ADU. You should be able to easily choose which company will build your ideal modular Maryland home!

Be sure to check out our lists of modular builders for nearby states like New York and Pennsylvania, as many of the builders in those states also service Maryland.

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