Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Looking to Canada for a Great Modular Home Factory

I was looking through my sources for modular home factory that used had a great marketing program and one that seemed to use a more automated production line. Imagine my surprise when I came a Canadian modular factory that has both.

Kent Homes in New Brunswick, Canada, build custom modular homes and serves rural, remote and urban centres throughout Atlantic Canada, Quebec, Ontario and Maine, US.  

Established in 1958, Kent Homes has grown into the largest homebuilder in Atlantic Canada.

With a plant located in Bouctouche, New Brunswick, they have 150,000 square feet of space dedicated to building beautifully designed, well-crafted, energy efficient homes year-round.

When it comes to marketing and design, their secret weapon is Tracy Colette who helped put together this great video showcasing their homes and production line.

Kent Homes offers the most energy efficient line of homes manufactured in Atlantic Canada and was the first company in Nova Scotia to deliver an Energy Star home. Theirr award-winning sustainable approach to building makes our homes more resource efficient and environmentally friendly, and healthy.

Kent Homes is part of the J.D. Irving, Limited group of companies, a family-owned corporation for more than 130 years, committed to uncompromising quality and customer service, as well as the sustainability of our land, water and air.


Anonymous said...

Great job Mod Coach!! Way to help promote business out of the country and continue to keep our own people out of work! Really?

Coach said...

To Anonymous 11:02 AM.

There is a big difference in complimenting a modular home factory and telling people they should move to rural Canada or upstate Maine and buy a Kent Modular Home.

If they get even one inquiry from my article, it would surprise me.