Modular Homes WV West Virginia

For Modular homes in WV West Virginia, Simplex Homes is the modern, technically advanced, leader in modular construction.

If you are interested in building homes in WV West Virginia, then Simplex Homes is the West Virginia modular home manufacturer for you. Simplex Homes has experience providing homes to any area of West Virginia. From Morgantown to Charleston, Bridgeport, Williamstown, and Barboursville.

Custom Modular Homes in West Virginia

A new custom modular home by Simplex Homes would be the perfect way to enjoy everything West Virginia offers. Do you need a traditional two-story home for your long-established neighborhood in Bridgeport? A ranch-style home for the suburbs of Charleston? Maybe a cape home in Williamstown by the water. Simplex Homes can manufacture the perfect home for you under perfectly controlled conditions.

Simplex Homes works with numerous contractors for manufactured homes in Virginia. Feel free to contact us to learn more about building your custom modular home in West Virginia!

Simplex also provides multi-family and light commercial modular construction in West Virginia. Visit for more information.

Our management team is among the most experienced in the industry. We are among the largest employers in our region but remain a family-owned firm. Our craftsmen are among the most skilled in our industry and many have been with us almost since our firm’s founding over four decades ago.

We concentrate our efforts on building the highest possible quality modular structures. We build first homes, dream homes, and architecturally significant homes and commercial buildings, ranging from dormitories to hotels, from professional office space to light industrial buildings.

modular homes near WV West Virginia

Did You Know?

West Virginia is nicknamed “The Mountain State” because it is the only state that is completely within the Appalachian Mountain range. Tourism is the states leading industry, replacing the coal industry! Fayetteville, West Virginia is home to the nation’s longest steel-arch bridge, The New River Gorge Bridge. It is 1,815 feet long covering the New River Canyon. West Virginia also holds the record for having the most towns named after cities from other countries – Athens, Berlin, Cairo, Calcutta, and more.

Go to West Virginia Tourism to learn more about the state!