If you choose a modular home in Arizona, you’ll be able to move to your home in a few days instead of the months it would take you with traditional homes. Arizona is bordered by California, Nevada, Utah and New Mexico and its main attraction are The Grand Canyon. Arizona has a dry and hot climate all year round which makes choosing a modular home an easy decision, not only due to its modular homes’ high ratings but also because they are designed to withstand Arizona’s hot climate and keep you cool and comfortable. Buying a modular home in Arizona is a wise financial investment due to the average cost of the square foot ($65-$85). The home buyer would save about $100,000 to $200,000 if he buys a modular home when compared with buying a traditional site-built home. The prices may fluctuate depending on the part of Arizona that you build your home, but you can be assured that if you choose to build a brand-new modular home, you will save money and have a house able to withstand the Arizona climate. Max Modular Homes works with different builders and manufacturers in Arizona that will build your home according to your needs and several resellers to help you decide the type of home you want.