Interested in buying a modular home in the state of Washington? The aptly named evergreen state, lush with forestry, historic landmarks and booming technology industry, borders Oregon
and Idaho, along with Canada. Mostly rainy and dreary, there is never a shortage of cheer in a state with almost 7 million people. Seattle, Aberdeen and Vancouver are amongst the many cities deeply rooted in American music and business culture, while there are plenty more rural areas that are also ideal for modular home living. The average price of a modular home in Washington is $60 to $90 per square foot. Therefore, the average cost per modular home is $135,000; compare that to the average price of a traditionally built home of $350,000, and the choice is obvious. Modular home builders in the state of Washington like Washington Home Center, The Home Boys and Clayton homes build modular homes with a variety of floor plans, and make sure that energy efficiency and low cost maintenance are at the forefront of their mind.