Builder of eco-friendly, sustainable modular homes, Geenfab announced it has completed its new factory in Washington state in anticipation of reaching a broader market in the West and beyond.
Founder Johnny Hartsfield said the new
facility will help the company expand production and services to clients. “We continue to focus on offering a simple process to provide home buyers with green homes that are beautifully designed, high quality,healthy, and innovative, “ he added.
As the first new homes begin rolling off the line in the new factory, and with an eye to the future, the company is focusing on net zero energy homes and making them adaptable to smart home technology options, according to modularhomecoach.
MHProNews has learned from buildzoom, Greenfab has a BuildZoom score of 96, and is ranked in the top 20 percent of the 128,670 contractors in the state of Washington.
Swen Grau, Greenfab’s Chief Executive Officer, said in a recent press release: “Many prefab companies won’t build a custom home. But technology, engineering, and architectural understanding of modular construction procedures have progressed to the point that we can design and engineer a custom modular home as easily and inexpensively as we could if the home was stick-built.” ##
(Photo credit: Greenfab–top, new facility; bottom, stairway in a custom modular home.
Article submitted by Matthew J. Silver to Daily Business News-MHProNews.