Commodore Homes is a private/Family owned company and has five manufacturing plants with three of them located in Pennsylvania. Their furthest west plant is Commodore Homes of Indiana. Indiana is the American heartland for the production of RV’s, and motor homes, manufactured homes and modular homes. They are able to buy materials at the most competitive prices in the country and the intense competition within the industry has been to increase the quality higher and higher as the years go by. COMMODORE HOMES has many standard features in all of their homes which exceed the IRC/UBC codes which are required in all modulars. Such features as insulated duct work, dove tail drawer construction, architectural shingles and additional structural supports are a few examples of standard features built in all COMMODORE HOMES. They also offer many options not offered by most Manufacturers in this part of the country. Usable attic space, 75 pound drawer hinges, and solid core countertops are but a few examples.
Our purpose in business at SCHROEDER’S ALL AMERICAN HOMES is to provide our customers with the best choices at the best prices in the MODULAR Industry. We publish our prices on the WEB for the whole world to see. Our goal is to treat every customer the way we would want to be treated if we were buying a MODULAR homes. The GOLDEN RULE is alive and well in Cheyenne, WY.
This web site has been designed to give people PRICING INFORMATION required to make a good housing decision. All published prices include delivery and set-up. Our Nebraska and Kansas customers get a freight discount of between $1,000 - $5,000 off of our published prices. Prices also include both interior and exterior finish as well as carrier frame rental. MOD seal and one year drywall crack repair if needed. Not included in the price are options and construction costs required of your home. Estimates for these costs can be found by clicking above.