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If you are looking to build a home in Kentucky, you should consider choosing a modular home to decrease costs. In addition to the financial considerations, modular construction offers several other benefits, like a quicker build timeframe than traditional homes.

But, which modular home builders can build your perfect home throughout the state? We’ve scoured the internet and put together a list of the top modular builders in Kentucky to assist you in your search.

Keep reading for company histories, home pricing, available floor plans, and customization options.

Trading Post Homes

Starting our list is Trading Post Homes in Shepherdsville. Established in 1946, Trading Post Homes is a family-owned and operated business led by the Richters. It’s motto is “we service what we sell!”

You can select from sectional, single-wide, or modular homes. Some homes are ready to move into right off the bat so you can start your exciting new Kentucky life sooner. 

Interior kitchen view of a Trading Post Homes modular home
Courtesy of Trading Post Homes

The team can also assist you in finding the perfect piece of land across this extraordinary southern state in which to establish roots.

All modular homes from Trading Post Homes are built in its custom facility by full-time, highly-trained pros who can work through all stages of the assembly line. As a result, the homes pass state code guidelines and HUD code guidelines. 

What We Like

The roomy modular homes from Trading Post Homes are available in sizes of 1,800 square feet and up. The houses include two bedrooms and three bathrooms (or more). 

Some of the homes’ additional features are OSB wrap under-siding, full insulation, porcelain sinks, a single-piece fiberglass tub, sliding glass doors, stainless steel appliances, a farmhouse sink, and a sizable closet in the master bedroom. 

Amish Made Cabins

There’s something so wonderful about cabin living. Now you can experience it for yourself if you choose Amish Made Cabins to build your Kentucky modular home.

Also based in Shepherdsville, Amish Made Cabins specializes in pre-engineered log cabins that are warm, appealing, and durable. The interiors feature knotty pine with stained siding, and the floors are commercial-grade vinyl planks. 

Exterior front view of an Amish Made Cabins modular log cabin
Courtesy of Amish Made Cabins

Amish Made Cabins requests a pre-laid foundation to build your ideal home. You’re also responsible for any necessary permits. Then, Amish Made Cabins will deliver your prefab cabin on installation day. The delivery is free if you’re within 200 miles of Shepherdsville. 

You can select cabins between 14 and 16 feet wide, between 24 and 40 feet wide with up to two bedrooms, or cabin kits and shells.

What We Like

You can customize your Amish Made Cabins home, so it truly feels like yours. Select from options such as cosmetic dormers, reverse gables, lap siding, or whitewashed interiors. 

If you love having the freedom to select the colors of your log cabin’s interior and exterior, Amish Made Cabins allows you to do just that. 

You can pick out the countertop granite color and pattern, the metal roof cabin color, the log siding stain color, and the vinyl floor color. 

Countryside Homes

Benton’s Countryside Homes lives by one motto: “If you can dream it, we can build it.”

Founded by the husband-and-wife team of Gary and Faye Byers, Countryside Homes has more than 30 years of service in Kentucky. Gary is especially obsessed with putting Kentuckians in great, affordable modular homes. 

Interior view of a Countryside Homes modular home's kitchen
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Paying attention to even the minor details, the Countryside Homes team builds all its properties with features that make them cozy and livable. 

Those features include GE appliances, 2×6 inch frames with insulation, decorative glass entryways, Thermopane double-insulated glass doors and windows, and 50-gallon water heaters.

Furthermore, your house will include a ceramic backsplash and ceramic tile floors, trim throughout, elongated toilets, metal exterior doors, and 36-inch, wheelchair-friendly doors. 

Your deal includes a five-year extended service contract when you hire Countryside Homes.

What We Like

You can customize your Countryside home, working with the team to develop a floor plan that meets your needs. You can pick out everything from the trim to the carpet, tile, and paint colors.

30-year financing is available to make buying your modular home more affordable. 

Deer Run Cabins

If you like the style of Amish cabins, then Deer Run Cabins is another prefabricated home builder to consider. 

Based in Campbellsville, Deer Run Cabins was founded in 2000. As a second-generator builder, Deer Run specializes in structural insulated panel or SIP homes. The company calls its homes “100% green,” which might be right up your alley.

You can select from pre-built modular homes or custom home kits.

The pre-built variety features SIP panels across the roof and walls to insulate the structure. These are sturdy homes with ceiling coverings, tongue and groove walls, and exterior tongue and groove D-log siding.

You can pick between a basic or premium cabin as well. The latter has all the fixtures and fittings you might expect, including a tankless hot water heater, and plumbing. All clearcoats and stains come pre-applied, counters and cabinets are included, and the electric is pre-wired. 

Exterior view of a Deer Run Cabins modular home
The Elk By Deer Run. Courtesy of Deer Run Cabins.

If a kit is more your style, these custom options come with architectural drawings and a recommended foundation plan so your home can come to life. 

Also included are liquid nails, gap foam, caulk, UV stain, ridge beams or rafters, 2×6 tongue and groove ceilings, 1×6 tongue and groove interior finished walls, insulated windows, and steel insulated entry doors. 

What We Like

Should you purchase a pre-built modular cabin from Deer Run Cabins, you’ll have a slew of intriguing home models to choose from. 

The Bear is a two-bedroom cabin with an optional covered porch, a spacious living area, a loft, a full kitchen, a bathroom, a reverse gable, and dual shed dormers. 

The Elk is a single-bedroom to two-bedroom modular home that’s customizable. 

The Caribou has reverse gables for a unique style. This customizable home includes up to two bedrooms with an optional porch. 

The Moose has gable ends, a covered porch, and offers one or two bedrooms. 

Finally, the sizable White Tail includes two bedrooms and a rear or front porch.

Mighty Small Homes

Speaking of modular home kits, next on our list is Mighty Small Homes in Louisville. 

Co-founded by Cyndi Masters and Damian Pataluna, Cyndi combined her marketing experience with Damian’s SIP-building expertise to form a formidable team!

Exterior view of a Mighty Small Homes modular tiny home
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You can select from seven unique home styles: modern, carriage, contemporary, cottage, ranch, and tiny. Regardless of size, when Mighty Small Homes builds a modular property, it’s always hurricane-resistant, and snow also won’t damage your house. 

The SIPs used for the home kits feature foam cores. According to Mighty Small Homes, the rate of energy efficiency is between 60 and 70 percent more than a traditional home. 

The team’s construction process also lessens site waste by at least 30 percent compared to the competition. 

Interior view of a Mighty Small Homes modular tiny home's kitchen
Courtesy of Mighty Small Homes

To order a Mighty Small Homes kit, select the size and style of the home you want, including any optional upgrades.

Once you design the floor plan, you can put down a deposit, get the building permits, and ready your site for construction. Then the work can begin! 

What We Like

Included in every Mighty Small Homes kit is everything you need. You’ll have assembly instructions, the original CAD design, wiring chases, door cutouts, SIP panel tools, house wrap, pre-cut exterior walls, and the underlayment. 


Kentucky has its fair share of modular home builders, that’s for certain. But those mentioned above are the best choices to see your modular home vision through to reality.

Whether you want an Amish-style cabin or a contemporary home, one of these acclaimed builders can construct your dream home!

Also, be sure to check out our lists of modular builders in bordering states, including Tennessee, Indiana and Ohio, as several of the companies featured may service your area of Kentucky.

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