How Strong are Modular Homes?
Modular homes are designed and built to meet or exceed the local building Code requirements, such as snow loads, wind loads, and seismic load. On top of that, modular buildings have to be strong enough to withstand the stress from transportation and crane lifting during installation on site.
When we provide structural engineering for modular buildings, we engineer them to the same codes as a conventional built home. Modular buildings can be engineered to even the highest wind speed, snow load as well as very strong seismic forces.