The very first Schult home was built in 1934, and since then the company has spent nine decades establishing a brand identity that is synonymous with affordable, quality homes. Schult manufactured homes were first designed and built during the 1930s, but it wasn’t until the onset of World War II that Schult modular homes began to rise in popularity. The need for emergency housing during the war drove the spike in modular home construction.
Fast forward to the end of World War II, and returning veterans were looking for quality homes at affordable prices. Since that day, Schult modular homes have been the top choice among homeowners looking for the quality and space of a traditional, site-built home, with the affordability of sectional construction. For the past 25 years, we have proudly partnered with Schult as an official retailer of Schult modular homes in Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota.
All Schult modular homes are constructed at the company’s state-of-the-art production facility. Modular homes are constructed in sections and shipped to your home site on flatbed trucks. Once the sections arrive, qualified contractors will assemble your home on the foundation of your choosing and local inspectors will verify that your new home exceeds all local and regional codes for safety and quality.
When you buy a modular home from Schult, you’re buying a home from a company that partners with some of the leading brands in home construction materials, interior fixtures, and appliances. All Schult modular homes feature Atlas 35-year shingles, Kinro windows, Johns Manville insulation and fasteners, as well as furnaces from trusted names like Evcon, Coleman, Intertherm, and Nordyne.
Inside your new modular home, you’ll find kitchen and bathroom faucets from Moen, ceiling fans from Hunter, Shaw carpeting and laminate, linoleum flooring from Congoleum, and Whirlpool appliances.
It’s our job to make sure that you are comfortable with the Schult modular home you purchase from us. When you call us or visit us at our home center, your customer service experience is just beginning. We’ll take the time to talk about floorplans, optional amenities, and financing to make sure you get the home of your dreams at a price you can afford.