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According to PopulationU, the population of Missouri is poised to hit 6.18 billion in 2022. Of all the countries in the US, that makes Missouri the 18th most populous.

You, too may wish to live close to the attractions like the National World War I Museum, Lake of the Ozarks, or the St. Louis Zoological Park. But, what are your options if you’re interested in getting a modular home built in Missouri?

Here are the 10 best modular builders in Missouri:

  • New Castle Homes
  • Wilson Homes
  • Three Stone Homes
  • Ozark Homes 
  • Pitts Homes, Inc.
  • Martin Custom Homes
  • Wausau Homes
  • Gastineau Log Homes
  • Custom Container Living 
  • Modern Log Homes & Timberframe 
  • Hibbs Homes

This guide to Missouri’s top modular builders will share company histories, current floor plans, customization options, and more. You’ll be able to select your ideal home builder by the time you’ve finished reading!

New Castle Homes

At New Castle Homes, “every day is an open house,” as the company says. 

Exterior view of a New Castle Builders modular home
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Founded in 1976, the Harrisonville team also serves other Missouri cities within a 100-mile radius. If you wanted a home delivered outside of the Harrisonville area, New Castle Homes will do it for what they call a “nominal charge.” 

The company works with various prefab manufacturers such as Dutch Housing, Sunshine Homes, Commodore Homes, Midcountry Homes, and BonnaVilla Homes to build beautiful modular properties.  

You can take a virtual home tour through the New Castle website or view videos of the company’s homes to get a taste of what you’re in for. 

What We Like 

Interior view of a New Castle Builders modular home's kitchen
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Outside of the company’s modular homes, New Castle Homes also specializes in Carport1 metal buildings such as barns, garages, carports, RV covers, vertical roof buildings, A-frame roof buildings, and regular roof buildings. 

Three Stone Homes

The team at Three Stone Homes understands that finding affordable housing can be difficult in today’s climate. That’s why it specializes in modular homes so that you can live in a house you’re proud to call your own without spending a fortune.

Interior view of a Three Stone Homes modular home
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The Three Stone Homes team will add additions to your modular home to make it more habitable, including a second story, a basement, a sunroom, a covered porch, a deck, or a garage. It’s all up to you! 

What We Like 

Living up to its motto of offering low-cost modular homes, the floor plans at Three Stone Homes start at under $100k. A home at that price is 600 square feet with one bathroom and two bedrooms. 

Exterior front view of a Three Stone Homes modular home
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Should you find yourself needing more space, the biggest Three Stone Homes floor plans are 1,800 square feet and include two bathrooms and three bedrooms. 

Ozark Homes

Interior view of an Ozark Homes modular home
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In Laurie, Ozark Homes is an established part of the community. For three decades and counting, the company has helped Missourians realize Ozark Home’s tagline: “If you can dream it, we can build it.”

The company’s modular homes are between 1,100 and 2,000 square feet. Some designs feature exquisite amenities such as spacious tiled showers, sliding barn doors, and a floor-to-ceiling wood-burning fireplace. 

Exterior view of an Ozark Homes modular home
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What We Like 

If you need help getting the building process underway, Ozark Homes is the one to call. The company can connect you with contractors for meetings, take care of site evaluations, and even install new parts in an older modular home.  

Martin Custom Homes

Martin Custom Homes in Memphis (Missouri, not Tennessee) is led by namesake Sheldon Martin. This modular builder believes that “a home is only as great as the products you use to build it.”

Exterior view of a Martin Custom Homes modular home
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That’s why the team at Martin only uses top brands and excellent parts to build your home into what you’ve always dreamed it could be! The company also prioritizes expedient installation and pays attention to small details. 

What We Like 

The range of modular floor plans available through the Martin Custom Homes team is so vast that there’s undoubtedly something for everyone. You can browse for homes in the 1,300-square-foot range or go bigger at 1,900 square feet and up. 

Interior kitchen view of a Martin Custom Homes modular home
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Plus, as their name implies, Martin Custom Homes will custom-build a home for you!  

Wausau Homes

Do you have ideas floating around in your head for what your ideal modular home would look like? If so, check out Wausau Homes and its design studio in Aurora. 

exterior front view of a Wausau Homes modular home
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You can plan your custom home from the ground up, and the team will even produce a 3D render of the property. 

When you trust Wausau Homes as your modular builder, you’re trusting in a Missouri company with more than 50 years of construction experience. 

Interior view of a Wausau Homes modular home
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What We Like 

Wausau Homes divides its expansive selection of houses into different series. Here’s an overview:

  • The Dream Series, for first-time homebuyers or those looking for a starter home (800–2,300 square feet)
  • The Vacation Series, for those who want a vacation or rental property (800–3,000 square feet)
  • The Resort Series, for weekend trips away enjoyed in luxury (1,000–3,200 square feet)
  • The Family Series, for growing families (1,800–2,600 square feet)
  • The Designer Series, for those who need even more space (2,200–3,200 square feet)
  • The Architect Series, with dramatic, gorgeous architectural details (2,600–4,000 square feet)

Gastineau Log Homes

How about a log home if you’re moving to Missouri? That’s what this company does best.

Interior view of a Gastineau Log Homes modular home
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Founded in 1977, Gastineau Log Homes builds log, oak, cedar, pine, and cypress homes using eight-inch logs. 

The company promises a lifetime warranty on its wood products (including a transferrable warranty good for ten years) and exterior caulk joints. 

The Gastineau team works with a licensed engineer when designing its homes, offering construction exclusives like spline grooves for the butt joints, logs added to the subfloor, and pre-cut splined door and window bucks. 

Exterior back porch view of a Gastineau Log Homes modular home
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What We Like 

Make your log home cozy with Gastineau’s various home styles, including timber frame, post and beam, log-sided, full-log, or hybrid styles. 

Custom Container Living

Robert Wagoner was always a fan of alternative structures. So in 2015, he decided to take that passion and make it into his career, and Custom Container Living was born. 

Exterior view of a Custom Container Living modular home
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An inexpensive Missouri modular builder (homes cost between $25,000 and $100,000), Custom Container Living homes are built from upcycled steel and assembled in the company’s local shop.

Of course, Custom Container Living calls itself that for a reason. You can indeed customize any of the floor plans the company offers, from appliances to windows, doors, exterior siding, and much more. 

Interior view of a Custom Container Living modular home
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What We Like

Paying for a new home isn’t always easy! That’s why Custom Container Living offers its customers financing to take this exciting new step in life.

Modern Log Homes & Timberframe

How about another modular builder specializing in log homes? This time it’s Modern Log Homes & Timberframe, a Kansas City-based home construction company that originated in Colorado.

Exterior front view of a Modern Log Homes & Timberframe modular home
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Clarence Housh founded the company in 1980. Housh has a rich family history in home-building, so it runs in his blood. 

A modular home from Modern Log Homes is hand-crafted, including the trusses, beams, and logs. The team will stack the logs to create a durable structure. The tilt-out windows and the doors are designed for thermal regulation, making them eco-friendly. 

Interior living room view of a Modern Log Homes & Timberframe modular home
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What We Like 

Modern Log Homes likes to cut out the intermediaries for more efficiency. So it will handle excavation, foundation-building, procuring materials, and everything in between. 

Hibbs Homes

Interior view of a Hibbs Homes modular home
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The last Missouri modular builder on our list is Hibbs Homes in St. Louis. Since 2004, this award-winning company has been a statewide staple. Hibbs Homes even has locations in Utah if that’s closer to you.

The Hibbs team will build on your land, or you can select from prefab floor plans and get a home transferred to you. You can customize the floor plan according to your needs and budget. The company builds single-story, two-story, and ranch homes.

Exerior view of a Hibbs Homes modular home
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What We Like

Hibbs Homes offers a variety of warranties, including a 10-year structural guarantee, a two-year systems warranty, and a single-year craftsmanship warranty. 

Conclusion 

Missourians or those soon moving to the area have a great selection of well-established modular builders to work with. With the expertise these companies offer, you can’t go wrong!

Depending on where you intend to settle down in Missouri, be sure to check out our list of the top modular builders in Illinois as many of those companies may service your area.

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