FAQ

  1. CSA certification
    CSA stands for Canadian Standards Association. CSA certifies all kinds of goods from washing machines to modular homes. While a normal building requires engineering and building inspections, a CSA-certified home has already met the local requirements for home building. Click Modular Homes’ CSA units meet (and exceed) the standards for B.C., Alberta and provinces using the National Building Code.

    CSA-certified is an assurance of the design, quality and workmanship of our homes. Additionally having a pre-certified design and the ability to complete inspections in the factory reduces the cost of our buildings and results in a faster turn around on delivery.

     

  2. How much do Click's cost?

    The Grantham - 785 sq. ft.
    Our most popular model starting at $216,899 


    The Davis - 980 sq. ft.
    Our 2nd largest home and starting at $240,399


    The Hopkins - 1000 sq. ft.
    Our signature home for view properties, starting at $250,799


    The Franklin - 1180 sq. ft.
    Our largest home, starting at $271,199
     

  3. Will Click Modular help me with the site preparation?
    No. You need to find a local Contractor who can help you with your site. Click will provide you with engineered foundation drawings for your Contractor.
     

  4. Why buy a Click Modular Home
    Predictability 
    Our fixed pricing to the timing of delivery help you to avoid the typical “unknowns” and "gotchas" often associated with the traditional building a custom home.

    Style 
    Our homes deliver the modern look and feel of a custom home

    Simplicity
    You can rely on our 25+ years of construction and design experience to lead your project through to a successful completion.

     

  5. What are the advantages of building in a factory?

    1. Materials and staff are kept in a climate controlled environment removing any and all weather issues. 
       

    2. Good working conditions and lighting results in error free construction, increased efficiency and superior build quality. 
       

    3. In addition, factory construction is an environmentally friendly way to build homes. From recycling and waste management to the reduction of neighbourhood intrusion of noise, waste, people & vehicle traffic - any way you look at it modular homes are the way of the future and here to stay.​
       

  6. Can I do parts of the project on my own?
    You or your Contractor manage all of the site preparations, foundation, decks, stairs, landscaping, and services connectivity. 

    In other cases some of our customers buy Click Modular homes and perform the finishing work themselves. We call this a “lock up” delivery, which means that walls, windows, doors and roof are in place, as are the rough-in for plumbing, electrical, vapour barrier and drywall. You are left to complete the interior finishes to suit your needs.
     

  7. Can Click Modular help me evaluate my building site or help with different building sites I am considering?
    Click Modular is available for consulting on any local to the Sunshine Coast projects. Whether it is an issue of variances, setbacks, or understanding local regulations, you may engage us as your project consultant..

    Contact us for pricing and contract details.

  8. What kind of buildings does Click build?
    Click Modular Homes are designed as primary dwellings, but that doesn’t mean you can’t also use them as guest houses, staff quarters, offices, or even as secondary dwellings.

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