When your church, synagogue or temple is overcrowded and unable to house your congregation in comfort, now may be the perfect time to consider prefabricated church buildings. There are modular church buildings for sale that will suit every budget.

Modular Church Buildings for Sale

Modular buildings have become increasingly popular due to their attractive architectural designs that are compatible in any environment, as well as their high quality, substantial cost savings, flexibility, speed of completion, and reduced environmental impact.

Many nationwide modular builders, such as Modular Genius headquartered in Joppa, Maryland, have an experienced team of designers, engineers, project managers and field superintendents that allows them to serve as general contractor for all aspects of the construction process.

They can help your organization with architectural renderings, building foundations and site preparation, masonry, doors, windows and hardware, interior and exterior finishing, ramps and steps, paving and landscaping, and other elements affecting churches, such as sound and temperature control and handicapped accessibility.

About Modular Construction

Modular buildings are built completely off site in a manufacturing facility. This eliminates the delays and unexpected costs associated with traditional on-site construction. It also helps avoid the safety hazards caused by construction vehicles and piles of materials and debris in the construction area.

The components travel by road from the production plant to the construction site in a few days, are positioned onto the prepared foundation with a crane or truck, and then seamed together.  Delivery and set-up, in fact, are typically ready for occupancy half as much time as stick-built buildings.

Nearly any design can be achieved in a modular worship center – from single-story to multi-story structures. Choose from standard floor plans or customize a design to get exactly the configuration you need. Permanent and mobile buildings can be adapted to blend in with surrounding structures, with exterior finishes such as brick, stucco, siding and other surfaces. Once assembled, a prefabricated building will be virtually indistinguishable from a stick-built church building.

Modular buildings meet, or exceed, all local and state building and occupancy codes and are built with the same high-quality lumber, electrical and plumbing materials as stick-built buildings.  They can be solid, functional designs or sophisticated showpieces. With proper care and maintenance, modular buildings can last 25 to 30 years, and may last longer when permanently installed.

If your congregation has a limited building budget, the best feature of modular buildings is their affordability. They are at least 20% less expensive than their conventionally built counterparts. This is because the factory process offers better inventory control, reduces waste, and protects building materials.

Most modules are also built with recycled steel, making them strong, fire-resistant and mold-resistant. They are durable, weather resistant and built to withstand transport to your site.

And don’t consider modular buildings only for the sanctuary or worship center alone. They are also ideal for expanding your facilities with modular classrooms, administrative and pastoral offices, rectories, counseling rooms, gymnasiums, and room for the services you provide, such as Sunday school, recreational activities, children’s programs, and community outreach.

You will find a wide variety of modular church buildings for sale that are both new and used from modular builders across the country. Or contact them to have a unique custom assembly structure designed and built just for your congregation.