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Moduline International

(Division of Champion Homes)

1175 Railway Street
Penticton, BC, Canada V2A 6K3
Phone: 250-493-0122
Fax: 250-493-0133

Moduline International Description:
(Division of Champion Homes)
"...Over 37 years of residential design and construction experience have earned Moduline Industries a reputation for excellence in the manufactured housing market. During this time, our facilities have produced over 30,000 homes. We ensure that our homes meet the high standards set by discerning buyers. Built by Western Canada's leading manufacturer, quality is evident throughout..."

Providing these building styles:
  • Manufactured mobile homes

Providing modular homes and buildings in:

Company Background

How Long in Business1969
Yearly Avg. Number of Homes (Est.)Over 700
Professional Organizations/AffiliationsMHI Canada, CHBA,
Design Staff
(Architects & Draftsmen)
No architects on staff
Builder NetworkOver 40 retailers
Location of FactoriesBritish Columbia, Canada
How to Buy a HomeAvailable through retailers

Construction Details

Building MaterialsWood construction steel base
Energy EfficiencyFloor R-20, Walls R-20, Ceiling R-36
Construction Timeframe4 to 8 weeks
Customization FlexibilityLimited customization options
Amount of FloorplansOver 40 predesigned online floorplans


Avg. Cost per Square Foot$60-$90
Pricing homes by the square foot is like pricing a truck by the pound. It’s not the best measurement. Your home price is based on many customized building specifications, finishes and customizatons.
Avg. Transportation CostsDependent on site
Avg. Placement CostsDependent on site
Site PreparationHandled by retailer


Garage/Deck AvailabilityDepends on model selected
Possible to Addon to Existing HomeNot offered
Guarantees10 year warranty
Delivery RangePacific Northwest USA
Number of Factory InspectionsUpon completion
Number of Building Site InspectionsHandled by retailer
Information PackageInformation available on their website.

Our Review

Editor's Rating
Editorial ReviewModuline International is producing high quality homes from Canada. Our mystery shopper was not impressed with their basic website but we think that is because Moduline is too busy working on their homes. They focus more on manufactured mobile homes and these are some of the better manufactured homes we have come across. They are very well insulated and constructed. The builders we spoke with were happy with Moduline and gave their homes a thumbs up and we agree. This is a good option for entry level and mid range home buyers looking for a good value.
Mystery Homebuyer Rating

Personal Reviews of Moduline International

Cm from BC
Moduline eager to fix warranty issues but they take forever. The dealer in BC Eaglehomes don't care about the quality or what they are giving you. They show you their show homes you order , pay then they deliver terrible quality. My poor friend has had nothing but broken items repeatedly in the home. It keeps costing her to fix. Court battles continue because she's given all her investments into this house! I would not recommend these companies! Unfortunately the workmanship has declined over the years! They don't follow inspection reports or building standards and take short cuts! Live and learn

Chuck from United States
I've been in my Moduline home now for 15 years and have had zero problems. I have replaced the refrigerator after 14 years but no problems at all with build or structure. The insulation factor built into my home is fantastic and using propane for heat my supplier is amazed I do not have my tank topped off more than twice a year with many of the winters coming in with 20 to 30 below.

Dale T from British Columbia
I have lived in my 1989 Moduline Dartmouth (Model #14345) for 11 years now, have had no major issues. The only thing that could be better is a different roof. The metal roof is noisy during windy and rainy weather.

Toni G from Yukon
I do not even want to give them 1 star!!!! Total piece of crap from top to bottom! DO NOT BUY THESE!!!!!!!

David from Seattle
I have a 1986 Dartmouth double and it has been excellent. Only weathering issue has been around windows, affordably fixable. Overall, very pleased.

Ig Hanckhs from Vancouver Island
Owners, seniors who tread softly and are away 6 months of the year, are hesitant to recommend. A mix of good and poor quality in new unit from Nanaimo. Workmanship lacking. Unit was full of gyproc dust when we moved in even though the company said it would be cleaned up. Skylight installed improperly at Penticton factory leading to a major leak. Toilets & bathroom sinks needed fixing in 1st year. Installation of moulding was completed by Nanaimo after moulding lay on carpet for 1 year. Gaps where mouldings join. Leaking around kitchen sink in year 2. Blinds on windows stick. Recommend you buy the shell but get a professional to complete it, including adding extra lighting.

D. Jarvis from Vancouver Island
They must not use a level or a square when they build these dumps. The large main window is out of plumb, the drywall sticks out past the door and window frames which makes adding quality trim very difficult. I need many tubes of filler to make it look half decent. The building quality is just not there. I do not think they use journeymen to do the work. You could probably have a real house built for the same cost by a genuine home builder. DJ

Daniel Knudson from Enderby, BC
2 weeks after initial delivery a plumbing leak occurred in the wall behind the washing machine. The local dealer was informed of this and it was repaired. As this unit is fairly sealed from top to bottom I was concerned about moisture trapped in the insulation under the unit. A salesperson was dispatched to check this out and after his inspection was completed he reported no moisture. However the area was inundated with water so a second crew was dispatched to rectify the situation. I now have another water eak which Moduline says is out of warranty as it is more than one year old. This leak is in another location so I am concerned with quality of either plumbing parts or workmanship on these units. Check the Moduline website and the initial promises re customer satisfaction. A large gap between promises and delivery. If they would make good on defects I might recommend purchase but at this point I cannot.

terry larson from ok falls
good quality build with excelent after sales service I would defently buy another one

Ray P from Oregon
If you will properly vent these homes from inside (So they can breathe)and do the bathroom vents properly so as to extract moisture--you wont have the mold

Edwin Pizzey from Alberta
Terrible investment, poor quality, horrible service, warranty issues not finished after 2years, my opinion don't buy a Moduline home.My e-mail is if you want to see pictures of shody workmannship I would be happy to send them to anyone thinking of purchasing one of these shacks.

bob k from British Columbia
We've lived in our new Moduline home for 4 years now, and are very happy with it. There have been a couple of minor things come up, seal around windows, etc., and they have been very good about taking care of them for us. The basic finishing is low end, so I would definitely upgrade that when ordering. I would buy another Moduline home in the future.

doug spillane from victoriaBC
They built our home from vinyl to save a lot on their costs BUT it grows MOLD and they will not fix it!!!!!! We arte in a park with homes 30-40 years older with NO MOSS!!?? They used inferior vinyl and should replace it at a mimimum!!! Spillane 250 727 7921

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