Modular Homes


STEELHOMES™ features outstanding Manufactured Homes . STEELHOMES™ Manufactured Home structures are selected for their quality and their stand-behind-you, 5 year factory warranty. STEELHOMES™ has manufactured for the Manufactured Homes industry as an independent manufacturer with the latest technology, craftsmanship and design. STEELHOMES™ manufactured structures are committed to providing the finest quality manufactured homes and modular homes in the Florida tri-county area.

We will work with any property management company ranging from .5 acre to 2.5 acre lots and home sites for manufactured homes for sale throughout the area.

STEELHOMES™ manufactured structures is launching its first line of Manufactured (Manufactured) Homes in South Florida and welcomes you to visit us at our steel frame factory in the City of Hialeah.

SEE Our First Design Modular Homes

At STEELHOMES™ manufactured structures, you’ll find caring professionals that listen, and work to satisfy customers needs. STEELHOMES™ is committed to providing the finest quality manufactured homes and Manufactured Homes in South Florida Tri-county region and the surrounding area.

The first examples of Manufactured Homes can be traced back to the roaming bands of gypsies, who traveled with their horse drawn Manufactured Homes as far back as the 1500s. In America, the first Manufactured Homes were built in the 1870’s, these were movable beach front properties, built in the Outer Banks region of North Carolina. The homes were moved by teams of horses.

Manufactured Homes as we know them today began in 1926, with auto-manufactured-pulled trailers or “Trailer Coaches”, designed as a home away from home during camping trips. The trailers evolved into “Manufactured Homes” brought into demand after World War II ended. Veterans came home to needing housing and finding it in short supplies. “Manufactured Homes” provided cheap and quickly built housing for the Veterans and their families (the beginning of the baby boom) and being manufactured allowed the families to travel where the jobs were.

By 1943, trailers averaged a width of 8ft and were over 20ft in length; they had up to 3 to 4 separate sleeping sections but no bathrooms. By 1948, lengths had reached up to 30ft and bathrooms were introduced. Manufactured Homes continued to grow in length and widths such as doublewide.

In June of 1976, the United States Congress passed the National Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety Act (42 U.S.C.), which assured that all homes were built to tough national standards. In 1980, Congress approved changing the term ‘Mobile Homes’ to ‘Manufactured Home’.

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   Model Name:
   Nadi
   Size:
   1010 Sqft
   Bedroom:
   2
   Bathroom:
   2


   Model Name:
   Nadi
   Size:
   1010 Sqft
   Bedroom:
   2
   Bathroom:
   2


   Model Name:
   Nadi
   Size:
   1010 Sqft
   Bedroom:
   2
   Bathroom:
   2


   Model Name:
   Nadi
   Size:
   1010 Sqft
   Bedroom:
   2
   Bathroom:
   2


   Model Name:
   Nadi
   Size:
   1010 Sqft
   Bedroom:
   2
   Bathroom:
   2


   Model Name:
   Nadi
   Size:
   1010 Sqft
   Bedroom:
   2
   Bathroom:
   2


   Model Name:
   Nadi
   Size:
   1010 Sqft
   Bedroom:
   2
   Bathroom:
   2


   Model Name:
   Nadi
   Size:
   1010 Sqft
   Bedroom:
   2
   Bathroom:
   2


Facts ABOUT Modular, Manufactured & Site Built Homes

When you are buying a home, you might hear the terms modular homes, mobile homes and site built homes. It’s important to understand how they all differ, no matter whether you are purchasing an existing house or plan to build on land that is subject to restrictions. The differences can affect a home’s price and its resale value, and even dictate whether or not it can be built on your land. Steel Homes only builds high-end Manufactured Homes.

What Are Site Built Homes?

  • They are constructed entirely at the building site.
  • They conform to all state, local or regional codes where the house is located.
  • Often called ‘stick-built’ houses.
  • A well-built, cared for site-built home generally increases in value over time, although its location plays a key role in value.

What Are Modular Homes? (STEELHOMES™ are designated Modular Homes)


  • Modular homes are built in sections at a factory.
  • Modular homes are built to conform to all state, local or regional building codes at their destinations.
  • Sections are transported to the building site on truck beds, and then joined together by local contractors.
  • Local building inspectors check to make sure a modular home’s structure meets requirements and that all finish work is done properly.
  • Modular homes are sometimes less expensive per square foot than site built houses.
  • A well-built modular home should have the same longevity as its site-built counterpart, increasing in value over time.

What Are Manufactured Homes? (STEELHOMES™ are Manufactured (Manufactured) Homes)

  • Formerly referred to as Manufactured Homes or trailers, but with many more style options than in the past.
  • Manufactured houses are built in a factory.
  • They conform to a Federal building code, called the HUD code, rather than to building codes at their destinations.
  • Manufactured homes are built on a non-removable steel chassis.
  • Sections are transported to the building site on their own wheels.
  • Multi-part manufactured units are joined at their destination.
  • Segments are not always placed on a permanent foundation, making them more difficult to re-finance.
  • Building inspectors check the work done locally (electric hook up, etc.) but are not required to approve the structure.
  • Manufactured housing is generally less expensive than site built and modular homes.
  • Manufactured homes sometimes decrease in value over time.