How Do I get Started?


First, find a floor plan you are interested in on our website: https://feelslikehomellc.com/floor-plans/Then, we can give you a base price plus an all-inclusive estimate that you can use to secure financing.

What is your Pricing?

Pricing will depend on the floorplan and options you select. You can expect to have a final, all-in cost of between $100-$135 per square foot which includes your foundation, delivery, set, and finish work. That is roughly half the cost of a traditional onsite built home which currently ranges from $200-$300 per square foot.

Why is your pricing so much lower than other dealers?

Most of our customers report saving from 15-50% over other modular dealers they have looked into. We are a small, family-run operation with no sales people and no overhead. With great friends as customers, they allow us to tour their homes instead of having the expense of model homes. We also truly love helping people into their dream home at a price they never thought possible. The bottom line is, we are content with lower margins than our competitors.

Do you offer financing?

No, but we work with local banks to help you get the financing you need. Because we are so much more affordable than other options, you typically start out with great equity in your home. Our customers typically don’t have to pay PMI (private mortgage insurance), which can save you a couple hundred dollars per month!

Can I give you my own floorplan?

Yes! You can submit your own floorplan or you can find a floorplan you like on our website and we can modify it to your liking. There is a small engineering fee, but we can submit custom plans to the factory and they can create a complete blueprint and plans.

How customizable are these homes?

As far as floorplans go, we can work with you and the factory to completely customize that to your liking. With options & upgrades, our supplier has gone to great lengths/expense to hire professional designers to select highly-refined options. This allows you great design flexibility without creating the headache of endless options to sift though.

What is a typical timeline to get a home?

This depends primarily on the time of year and how busy the factory is. During normal times, we typically see a turn around time of 8-10 weeks from the time of order to delivery. Currently, however, with the huge demand for modular homes and supply shortages, we are seeing scheduling 10-12 months out. That’s why it is so important to contact us early so we can get your home ordered and into the schedule. 

What areas do you service?

Our home office is located in the Big Horn Basin of Wyoming, but our modular homes can be delivered anywhere. We just opened the Star Valley and Bridger Valley areas of Wyoming. We can also service the Billings and Sheridan areas, and virtually anywhere in Wyoming or Southern Montana.

What does it cost to get an estimate?

It’s totally FREE. We would be more than happy to help you get an idea on price, understand your options, and explain the process.

Where can I go to tour a model that I see online?

The great thing about having a lot of great friends and family as customers is they let us show their homes! We have homes all around the Big Horn Basin and can schedule a tour for you. Just get in contact with us directly.

Can we put a home on a basement or crawl space?

Yes, absolutely. 

Do they come with a garage?

We do offer a garage option from the factory, but typically with the overall size and because a garage is such a straightforward build, it usually makes more financial sense to have a local contractor build it onto the home after it is delivered and set.

Can you do two story or triple-wide homes?

Yes! There is additional transportation and set crew costs with more sections. However, when compared to similar square footage site-built homes, you’ll still be almost half the cost.

What is the difference between a mobile home (manufactured) vs modular?

While both manufactured homes and modular homes are built in a factory environment, there are some differences between the two. The main source of difference between modular and manufactured homes is the code to which they are built. Manufactured homes are built to a federal HUD code, while modular homes are built to state or local residential building codes. Manufactured homes typically are set on blocks, while modular homes are set on regular foundations. 

How is factory built housing different than traditional site built homes ?

Factory built homes are built off site in a controlled manufacturing environment. Each home is built in sections, or modules, and then transported to the site where they are installed on permanent foundations, and completed by professional installers. Approximately 80% – 90% of factory built construction takes place indoors where materials are protected from the elements and a consistent workforce assembles the home in over 25 different stations.

Do manufactured and modular homes use the same building materials as site built homes?

Yes. Both manufactured and modular homes use the same or similar building materials as site built homes. In a cut section view, you’ll see everything from roof trusses to structural floor decking and 2×6 exterior walls. In the ceilings you’ll primarily see blown cellulose insulation, along with fiberglass batts in the wall cavities.