5 Maine Prefab Companies Paving the Way For Modular Design

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By Kate Reggev
These prefabricated and modular home companies are bringing building innovation to the far corners of Maine.

With its nautical history, breathtaking natural landscape, classic New England architecture—and, lest we forget, delicious lobster—Maine has a lot to offer its residents. With an eye on sustainable practices and energy-efficient buildings, prefabricated and modular homes have become more and more popular, often inspired by the local vernacular farmhouses and cabins. Keep scrolling to check out some of our favorite prefab home companies in Maine.

1. Ecocor of Searsmont, Maine

Ecocor High Performance Buildings is a construction firm that designs, manufactures, delivers, and assembles high-performance, energy-efficient buildings. With construction details that are certified through the Passive House Institute, they construct panelized homes (not modular homes, but prefabricated panels). The panelized wall sections are then transported to the building site, where they are erected in a fraction of the time conventional construction requires. 

Ecocor High Performance Buildings is a construction firm that designs, manufactures, delivers, and assembles high-performance, energy-efficient buildings. With construction details that are certified through the Passive House Institute, they construct panelized homes (not modular homes, but prefabricated panels). The panelized wall sections are then transported to the building site, where they are erected in a fraction of the time conventional construction requires. 

Broughman Home Builders, a family-owned business, constructs several homes designed by multiple home design companies, including Ritz-Craft Custom Homes. They offer a variety of services, from modular home construction to custom home construction, and have completed modular homes in a range of sizes, from under 700 square feet to over 2400 square feet.

Broughman Home Builders, a family-owned business, constructs several homes designed by multiple home design companies, including Ritz-Craft Custom Homes. They offer a variety of services, from modular home construction to custom home construction, and have completed modular homes in a range of sizes, from under 700 square feet to over 2400 square feet.

Maine Modular & Manufactured Homes build a broad range of homes, from more traditional chalets and capes to more updated, modern takes on the traditional New England farm. Their construction systems are designed so that once final finish selections are complete, it will only take only two or three weeks until you can move into your new home. Heating, plumbing, and electrical systems are tested in the factory, resulting in a home that's 90-percent complete upon delivery.

Maine Modular & Manufactured Homes build a broad range of homes, from more traditional chalets and capes to more updated, modern takes on the traditional New England farm. Their construction systems are designed so that once final finish selections are complete, it will only take only two or three weeks until you can move into your new home. Heating, plumbing, and electrical systems are tested in the factory, resulting in a home that's 90-percent complete upon delivery.

Go Home by Go Logic is a design/build firm that designs and constructs modular homes that stand out in the crowd: they're both modern and contemporary, but still harken back to the traditional architecture of farms and barns in New England. They're also sustainably oriented, designing homes that are eco-friendly and some that are Passive House rated.

Go Home by Go Logic is a design/build firm that designs and constructs modular homes that stand out in the crowd: they're both modern and contemporary, but still harken back to the traditional architecture of farms and barns in New England. They're also sustainably oriented, designing homes that are eco-friendly and some that are Passive House rated.

Founded in 2001, Showcase Homes has built more than 1,000 homes and frequently designs custom modular homes for their clients. They offer turnkey services, where they design new home layouts, have prints drawn by the engineers at their manufacturing partners, assist with and provide all the necessary ground work needed to prepare a site for a new home, install the heating and plumbing systems, install the electrical system, and assist with the financing for your new home.

Founded in 2001, Showcase Homes has built more than 1,000 homes and frequently designs custom modular homes for their clients. They offer turnkey services, where they design new home layouts, have prints drawn by the engineers at their manufacturing partners, assist with and provide all the necessary ground work needed to prepare a site for a new home, install the heating and plumbing systems, install the electrical system, and assist with the financing for your new home.