Pacific Northwest modular home builder Wolf Industries has completed construction of its new facilities and staff have resumed production.
At over twice the size of its last factory, the new location is nearly 21,000 square feet and will accommodate double the production capacity – as many as two homes per week.
Derek Huegel, owner and president of Wolf Industries, says the change couldn’t have come at a better time. “With about a 300 per cent increase in demand, the new shop is everything we need to help meet a massively growing need for affordable housing.” Much of the company’s success, Derek says, is attributed to offering an ‘turn-key’ product. “We not only construct the home, we handle the site work, permitting, set up and delivery as well,” he added.
Through the factory-assembled structures program in Washington state, Wolf Industries is able to produce homes built to IRC standards – the same specifications and requirements found in much larger and more expensive homes built on-site.