Energy Efficient Custom Modular Homes
Wardcraft Homes is a modular home builder in Kansas (except SE & SW), Nebraska and some counties in the NE plains of Colorado (click to see specific counties). We specialize in building custom, highly energy-efficient homes at a competitive price and delivering to rural areas. We are 2nd generation family owned and operated, our philosophy is centered around building the highest quality home while keeping costs affordable. Having built over 5,900 homes over 50 years we know what works. Experience higher quality construction in a controlled environment where products and materials are protected from the weather.
Tours are by APPOINTMENT ONLY. Call 1-888-927-3272 to get the name of your project manager. If you requested a catalog the name, phone number and e-mail address of your project manager is in your welcome e-mail. You can also request this through Facebook messenger.
STANDARDS & OPTIONS
We pride ourselves on our outstanding standards and options. Each home offers standards such as spider fiber blown insulation, 12 gauge wiring throughout, Pella windows, Moen faucets, Kohler whirlpools, Kichler lights, Onyx sinks, Kwikset locks and handles and 800 optional cabinets. We design our standards with the highest level of energy efficiency that exceed the building codes in the Midwest and Eastern Colorado. Our optional arctic package exceeds the stricktest building codes in the Rocky Mountains and all of America. All photos on this web-site were taken by Wardcraft Homes of Wardcraft Homes. We take great pride in SHOWING you what we have available and TELLING you what every option is (click on a photo for more info in our galleries).See what’s behind our walls.
One of a Kind Catalog
Wardcraft's 116 page catalog has 48 pages of options, plans & standard specs. There are 41 pages of modular floorplans (ALL our floorplans are on this web-site). Simply circle what you like (cabinets, windows, faucets, tile, etc), & bring to your builder for pricing. Click to get your FREE copy!Click Here