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The CBS Advantage

After the home is set and the finishing touches are complete, it is easy to see the quality and craftsmanship of a Custom Building Systems modular home. Take a look inside at the important “hidden” manufacturing details that sets CBS apart from other modular home manufacturers.

Click on the images below to see what sets us apart from other modular home manufacturers.

Floor Boots for the HVAC are sealed to the floor using Shurtape ensuring an air tight seal.
Walls are initially placed and fastened with nails before being screwed for a final extra sturdy connection.
Corners and Perpendicular intersections of walls are lagged into place using 1/4” lags for additional structural rigidity.
OSB backer boards are installed behind the drywall for shelf and mirror installation providing a secure area for fastening.
Blocking is installed behind drywall for fastening of all wall and base cabinets.
Spray Foam is applied to all exterior framing penetrations ensuring a more air tight home.
Gaskets are installed behind all exterior wall electrical boxes to insulate and provide protection of drafts.
Door and window flashing is used after installation to seal against water and air penetration.
Ceiling drywall is adhered using state of the art spray adhesive instead of standard fasteners to eliminate the possibility of nail pops once a structure has settled.
Foam gasket material is installed on one side of each marriage wall to ensure an air tight seal upon the setting of the units on the foundation.
OSB & Plywood Sub floors are covered with a protective plastic during the production process to ensure a clean sub floor system for the final floor covering installation.
All seams of DOW Exterior Rigid Foam Insulation are caulked and then taped with DOW seam tape to ensure an air tight building envelope.
DOW Exterior Rigid Foam Insulation is used between all pipes and conduits located in exterior walls to ensure no energy efficiency is lost due to the pipes being installed.
A foam strip is inserted between the exterior wall and the floor system to ensure an airtight seal.
Exterior wall sheathing extends over the floor and ceiling perimeter bands adding more strength and integrity.
Spray foam is used on the exterior side of electrical boxes installed on the exterior walls to ensure maximum energy efficiency.
Horizontal drywall seams are reinforced with excess drywall cutoffs and drywall mud to ensure stronger seams.

Blocking is installed behind the drywall for all electrical boxes to provide extra support.