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If you’re considering a move into a modular home in Alberta, this article is for you.

Finding the right builder to construct your modular home can be challenging, especially with new contenders entering the market regularly. 

We’ve put together this list of four of the best modular construction companies in Alberta to help you in your search.

Let’s look at what each of these companies has to offer prospective clients.

Jandel Homes 

Founded in 1974, Jandel Homes has built modular homes and manufactured structures for 45+ years in Alberta. With an award-winning track record, the company is one of western Canada’s most prominent prefab home retailers.

Interior kitchen view of a Jandel Homes modular home
Courtesy of Jandel Homes

Jandel Homes has sales centers in Grande Prairie, Edmonton, and Meadows of Morinville, and new home developments throughout the province of Alberta. In addition, it delivers houses and commercial structures all over the prairies (including Alberta, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan), British Columbia, and adjoining territories.

In contrast to some other market players, Jandel Homes have competitively-priced modular houses with superior build quality and a selection of contemporary designs to fit all kinds of budget.

Exterior view of a Jandel Homes modular home
Courtesy of Jandel Homes

Why Choose Jandel Homes?

  • Every Jandel home is built with the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) standards to fulfill local requirements adequately.
  • With modular homes manufactured in a climate-controlled, technologically advanced facility, Jandel Homes offers only the best in the market.
  • 45-plus years of experience in the factory-built industry, making it one of Western Canada’s leading professionals in modular construction.
  • Jandel Homes transports structures of any size to your preferred site.

Roca Modular Homes

Next on our list of the best is Roca Modular Homes. With this Alberta-owned and operated company headquartered in Stony Plain, you are bound to get sturdy homes with extended warranties thanks to its high-quality materials and expert artistry.

Exterior view of a Roca Modular Homes home
Courtesy of Roca Modular Homes

As a member of the Alberta area community, the company prides itself on its local reputation for integrity and craftsmanship. So if you pick Roca Modular Homes, you can rest assured that you’re working with a builder of superior quality modular homes that cares about the housing needs of the community you live in.

Roca Modular Homes offers energy-efficient construction and custom design options within your budget. Moreover, it promises to meet or exceed building codes with no cookie-cutter home designs.

Interior view of a Roca Modular Homes home
Courtesy of Roca Modular Homes

The company also facilitates clients in implementing maintenance and energy-saving features, making homes less costly and more efficient to maintain in the upcoming years.

Why Choose Roca Modular Homes?

  • Provides a comprehensive 20-year Triple M Housing structural warranty.
  • No extra costs or weather delays for stolen or damaged materials.
  • Service-oriented and committed to helping clients pick a house they’ll enjoy for years to come.
  • Use of only the best building materials to create reliable, safe, and long-lasting homes.

Prairie & Fine Point Cedar Homes

Prairie & Fine Point Cedar Homes provides clients with some of the best homes in Alberta, from country cottages to contemporary modular structures. In addition, the company takes great pride in offering clients sustainable and accessible design options.

Interior view of a Prairie & Fine Point Cedar Homes modular home
Courtesy of Lindal Cedar Homes

Prairie & Fine Point also uses the post and beam building method to make homes more flexible for modifications. This building style is especially beneficial if you intend to make any additions to your house in the future.

The company is a local independent distributor of Lindal Cedar Homes and has been acknowledged as one of its top ten distributors. In addition, since Prairie & Fine Point only utilizes the finest construction materials, the company guarantees Lindal’s lifetime structural warranty for its structures.

Exterior view of a Prairie & Fine Point Cedar Homes modular home
Courtesy of Lindal Cedar Homes

Why Choose Prairie & Fine Point Cedar Homes?

  • Boasts Lindal’s lifetime structural warranty along with flexibility for modifications.
  • A LEED-certified professional that provides clients with creative options for highly sustainable, energy-efficient, and budget-friendly design options.
  • Has been one of “Lindal’s Top 10 Dealers Worldwide” since 2006.
  • Besides constructing homes, the company helps with landscaping, land acquisition, and budgeting.

ZeroSquared Tiny Homes

This company builds and delivers some of the best modular houses not only in Alberta but also throughout the North American region. ZeroSquared Tiny Homes durable construction materials – from R42 floors to R24 walls – can withstand the hottest American summers and coldest Canadian winters.

Exterior view of a Courtesy of ZeroSquared Tiny Homes green home
Courtesy of ZeroSquared Tiny Homes

In addition, the company is the first and only modular builder offering expandable homes so that homeowners can add up to 126 sq ft of livable space. This expandable design and technology make ZeroSquared’s modular structure far better than other options. 

Moreover, the company offers clients two other rigid modular homes and three different expandable tiny home designs. ZeroSquared also boasts a one-year warranty for fixtures, plumbing, and electrical connections. 

Interior view of a Courtesy of ZeroSquared Tiny Homes green home
Courtesy of ZeroSquared Tiny Homes

Another great thing about this company is that it also extends financing options to clients.

Why Choose ZeroSquared Tiny Homes?

  • Apart from building homes, the company also offers financing options. 
  • Focuses on expandable designs and technology.
  • Provides warranty for fixtures, plumbing, and electrical connections.

Final Thoughts

Building an eco-friendly modular home is a great way to create a safe and comfortable space for you and your family.

When buying a modular home in Alberta or elsewhere, we strongly suggest you first speak to past clients, check the builder’s license with the local licensing body, and use an online bidding system to get competitive quotes for the best price.

The builders listed here will construct a safe and unique space, that will also help you lower your environmental footprint.

Be sure to check out our list of the top sustainable green builders in Alberta, as several of the companies featured also construct houses that are considered “modular,” and may deliver to your area of the province.

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