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If you want to save costs during home construction in the Yukon, you might want to consider a modular home.

Modular homes are built in a factory before the modules are shipped to the site and placed on a foundation. The carefully controlled environment in the factory avoids exposure of the materials to the weather during construction and reduces waste generation, making these homes better value for money and quicker to build.

The Yukon has some good modular builders, and we’ve listed the best ones for you in this article.

Western Modular Homes

Western Modular Homes builds multi-section luxury houses as two-story and one-piece units. All homes are custom-made at its Nisku Facility as per client specifications. 

Exterior front view of a Western Modular Homes house
Courtesy of Western Modular Homes

Customers can easily choose from a wide range of floor plans through its sales center and website. However, the homes are not outfitted with a frame or vinyl wallboard.

If you prefer a DIY approach, the team at Western Modular Homes can help resize or customize one of the existing drafts or create a plan from scratch per your needs.

Interior kitchen view of a Western Modular Homes house
Courtesy of Western Modular Homes

The firm also specializes in building homes on-site at your chosen location and will transport everything itself. If you have construction experience, you can ask it to drop off the materials for you to assemble.

Although Western Modular Homes is based in Alberta, it will, at its discretion, provide homes in other provinces, including the Yukon.

Lindal Cedar Homes

Lindal Cedar Homes provide prefab houses to the Yukon territories along with Calgary, Edmonton, Northwest Territory, and Columbia Valley. Since 2000, the founders have guided clients in building their dream houses on a budget and without compromising the environment. 

Exterior front view of a Lindal Homes modular home
Courtesy of Lindal Cedar Homes

The company’s commitment to its clientele is unmatched. It is still considered a top 10 dealer worldwide since 2006 and has been recognized as the #1 Canadian Lindal dealer for years!  

This modular home builder prides itself on providing the best green homes for Yukon residents to help them control their costs. The website has several blogs on prefabricated homes penned by the former CEO and green home consultant Michael Harris.

Interior view of a Lindal Cedar Homes modular green home
Courtesy of Lindal Cedar Homes

Some of the services offered include the following:

  • Bonuses for referrals
  • Financial feasibility study
  • Home design services
  • Assistance in acquiring building permits
  • Reliable support throughout the design and building process
  • A lifetime structural warranty

Each home is designed according to the personal style and budget requirements of its clients’ outline. The company is dedicated to the environment as well. For over two decades, Lindal Cedar has worked with the American Forests Global ReLeaf program to plant over 100,000 trees that it uses as material for its prefab homes.

SRI Homes

SRI Homes in Kelowna is located in British Columbia in Western Canada and works through its retailer, Millennium Mobile Homes, in the Yukon to provide homes to customers in the Yukon.

It is a large modular home manufacturing facility, covering over 140,000 square feet and over 30 acres of land. The company has built modular homes in Kelowna for over three decades and has retailers across Canada, including the Yukon.

Interior view of a SRI Homes' kitchen
Courtesy of SRI Homes

The company uses only the best materials to build homes and sources materials from reliable and established suppliers. It also has a quality assurance program that ensures each stage of the construction process is inspected thoroughly beforehand and the homes are protected from the elements. 

SRI Homes doesn’t want its clients to lift a finger. It takes care of everything from helping you place your order from the factory to ensuring deliveries are made on time and final inspections are thorough. All prices and charges are upfront.

Interior view of a SRI Homes' living room
Courtesy of SRI Homes

The facility stands out with unique modular homes that it calls Cape Cod. These were revealed in 1997 and quickly became one of the top factory homes. The units are designed to fit into a basement foundation and can easily merge into any residential block. Besides the Cape Cod series, SRI Homes also offers Rancher, Split Entry, and Triple Wide modular homes in the Yukon. 

Best Buy Homes

Best Buy Homes is a modular home retailer offering options to Yukon residents. It boasts a team of dedicated home specialists across Canada who can aid you in narrowing down your choice for the best factory-built home your money can buy.

The team in the Yukon is led by Don Hunt, who joined the team in 2021 and has 14 years’ experience in the industry. He says his main goal is ensuring customers have a positive experience.

Interior view of a kitchen by Best Buy Homes
Courtesy of Best Buy Homes

What’s great about buying modular homes from Best Buy Homes is that you don’t have to leave the comfort of your home to visit the building site. Instead, you can take a virtual tour of the homes you are interested in, and the retailer will do the rest.

The website also features an extensive photo gallery with high-res pictures of the homes you may be interested in.

Final Word

A modular home in the Yukon is a dream that many in the province would love to realize. If you are one of them, we hope our guide to the province’s top contractors and companies can also help you.

Whether you need a two-story, one-story, or multiple-story modular home, you can find a reliable company from our list that can ensure you make the right choices when choosing materials, interior, financing options, and more. 

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