1567 PA Route 442 East
Muncy, PA 17756
email: [email protected]
Muncy Homes Description:
"...A large selection of well-designed floorplans are offered from basic traditional ranches to elegant two story colonials. Also, customized plans can be engineered and developed to precisely meet your buyers needs..."
Providing these building styles:
Providing modular homes and buildings in:
- Ranch modular homes
- Colonial modular homes
- Cape Cod modular homes
CT, DE, MA, MD, ME, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VA, VT, WV
|How Long in Business||1973|
|Yearly Avg. Number of Homes (Est.)||Over 500
|Professional Organizations/Affiliations||None provided|
(Architects & Draftsmen)
|Engineering and Drafting people on staff|
|Builder Network||Over 20 builders|
|Location of Factories||Muncy, PA |
|How to Buy a Home||Only through a builder|
|Building Materials||Wood construction in the factory, other materials on site.|
|Energy Efficiency||Fiberglass insulation|
|Construction Timeframe||4 to 8 weeks|
|Customization Flexibility||Limited customization options|
|Amount of Floorplans||About 100 predesigned online floorplans|
|Avg. Cost per Square Foot||$75-$110|
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 Costs||Dependent on site|
|Avg. Placement Costs||Dependent on site|
|Site Preparation||Handled by independent builder|
|Garage/Deck Availability||Garages and decks are possible|
|Possible to Addon to Existing Home||Not offered|
|Guarantees||1 year manufacturers warranty|
|Number of Factory Inspections||Upon completion|
|Number of Building Site Inspections||Depends on location|
|Information Package||Information available on their website. |
|Editor's Rating ||
|Editorial Review||Muncy Homes is an average modular home provider. The floorplans are nice and suitable for entry level and mid range home buyers. We have some concerns about them being able to handle the finer details that are demanded by upper scale home buyers. Our mystery shopper enjoyed their photo gallery and floorplans but was disappointed by the difficulty in learning about their building specifications.|
|Mystery Homebuyer Rating ||
Personal Reviews of Muncy Homes
Bryan L Watts from Pennsylvania
Muncy homes factory employees over a 100 great workers alot of newer people to.i garuntee everything is square and in excellent working order when it leaves the plant..because they inspect them every step of the way.the people who work here take pride in what they do
Steven from Scranton
Muncy Homes has yet to deliver anything, not even a build assembly date. Our deposit was submitted at the beginning of the year and they refuse to move on my build because the amount of money they will make in me is nothing compared to larger home orders that have come in, ultimately delaying the process. All my attempts to gain a satisfactory status have been met with resistance by Muncy. The point of contact with the home is Scott.
As a proud combat veteran I am disgusted by the operation proficiency of Muncy Homes. They have provided me with nothing that would make me feel the company is trustworthy. My warning to others....look elsewhere...possibly a veteran friendly modular company.
Status Plan 384A / Job#32585
Brian Dupras from Marion,Ma.
I have bought and sold over 35 Muncy modular homes over the past 16 years. All styles and sizes, I currently own two and have lived in one for 13 years. They are built like tanks, tough. Any wooden structure that travels hundreds of miles over the road to a construction site has to be. It's my opinion that many of the problems associated with modular homes are due to the way they have to be constructed to make them mobile. I also believe that although many builders for modular companies know what they are doing, many of their sub contractors are not familiar enough with how to finish them properly. Lastly and probably most importantly is the set crew. With out a good set crew many aspects of the house will be riddled with problems from day one. But as far as Muncy homes go I think they are an excellent value for the money.
josh bennett from fort edward ny
I purchased a new home from ace homes in south glens falls ny 4 years ago. we paid 5000 dollars for oak stairs that they broke the stringer on during install and did a crappy repair. I just had to repair rot damage from the front door leaking. needed a new door, casing, part of the main box frame of the house and sub floor. they clearly do not take pride in their work. the sliding door has never worked right. the foundation I built was 1/32 of an inch out of square and the box sections they built were almost 2 inches out. poor craftsmanship. they left a 1 and a half inch top and 1 inch side rough opening on the side of the front door, which is fine but could have been tighter. problem is they never sealed it properly and caused water damage. also cost me 700 dollars in materials and 2 days missed work to repair. the jerks ace homes hired put my siding on with passload nailers instead of leaving roofing nails slightly loos in the siding for expansion and contraction. no my siding buckles in the sun. do not use ace. save yourself the heartache and go with a bill lake home. much nicer and they clearly take pride in their work
William Buck from New Jersey
I bought in 2011 and the house was perfect! I was the Builder and I would use Muncy again!
Joe Biggs from NJ
We purchased a home from American Modular Company and contracted to them the entire project. Not only are there prices very reasonable there work and customer service was excellant. My wife and i would highly recommend this CO.
linda worthley from old town, me
We purhased our home in 2010. We have had problems with our flooring in our kitchen. Muncy has been back three times but still have a problem. They have not gotten back to us since their last visit in the fall. At this time we could not give Muncy a great review. Very slow to take care of problems.
James Simmonds from New Jersey
Muncy makes a great home I had no problem with them....But there outside contractor for my area was horrible. I used American Modular Company / JBB Properties. After not seeing eye to eye and not agreeing on some issues that came up, I ended up not allowing them to finish their work and chose to finish the work myself. Please do not use them, Mucy homes on the other hand did what they could for me.
Tom Decker from Readsboro, VT
We bought our home through a local dealer who has been excellent. The only problem we have is with a persistant crack in the drywall at the marriage joint between all four parts of the home. We have a 2 story colonial and it has a large foyer entryway. On assembly, there was a bulge in the wall that they could not get rid of. They did manage to camoflage it rather well, and as we were going to put oak wainscoting on the wall, it was not an issue. However, the bulge became a crack, and remains getting larger even after 3 repairs, including replacing all of the drywall. Muncy has claimed it is because of snow load. The crack appeared the last time in July. Even in VT, we don't have snow in July. There is some inherent problem with the design or the assembly of the modules that is causing this problem, and Muncy has turned a deaf ear on it so far. We are awaiting their latest response to determine whether litigation will be necessary. Otherwise, the house is great, but with a crack in the foyer that you could throw a dead cat through, I won't be totally pleased any time soon.
couture from Maine
We bought our Muncy home in 2002 from Homes Unlimited. At 2-3 months crack in foundation at 6 months issues with siding falling off at year and half needed new windows and doors because they leaked and were drafty. At two years we had to replace a toliet in our guest bath and had leakage in bathroom from air vents not properly placed in attic and they never connect bathroom ceiling fans. Oh ya first week plumber forgot to connect the dishwasher and garbage disposal and since replaced plumbing under sink informed that was not done to correctly and lacked quality. Also the interior door casing started to fall apart. The big news hits at six years old when discovered our daylight basement has had water running inside the insulation from lack of flashing and quality seeming on upper floor as well as daylight walls. Next big expense wrapping the house with t-vek which dealer was not informative that the house doesn't come with and new siding that stays on and isn't stapled in place. If zero was an option I would have decided on that. When you buy a good dealer is needed and mine was not. Better information about quality of materials to be used. When contacted response made us feel as though we just wasted 15 minutes of our lives each time.
George Carrion from Newton NJ
I'm a new home builder and built both with on-sight stick build & modular from Muncy, I'm sticking with Muncy / modular & I'm living in one! They are real easy to deal with on every level. Standard 2X6 exterior walls & loads of insulation, far superior to a standard sight built home.
Robert Elkins from NJ
I purchased a Muncy Home from American Modular Company and I am 100% satisfied. Everything from the customer service to the price to the warranty is top quality, especially the price.
tim wilhovsky from little falls, nj
As a builder and a Muncy Homes owner I am very pleased with your product,service and value.
ronald e gould sr. from east wakefield nh
i bought our home new in 1980 we love it very much ,i have only one problem i called and talk to the people that sold us our home about the shingles on the our roof there fallen off for the past year and they never got back to me i know theres a warrenty on it can tou help me with this. thanks ron
cathy szramka from westfield ny
loved them am interrested in the lexington
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