With more than ten years of experience building prefab homes, Blu Homes have established itself as industry leaders. With partners such as Whirlpool and LG, the company goes above and beyond to create sustainable homes.
Their homes, on average, use 50% less water and 50% less electricity usage, thanks to their advanced built-in systems and smart design. These homes will not only keep your monthly bills low, but they’ll also lower your carbon footprint from day one!
Dream Homes Built the Right Way
Blu Homes go above and beyond to make sure you get the dream home you deserve. Each structure complies or exceeds local building codes: they come with a 10-year structural warranty, a 2-year system warranty, and an additional 1-year workmanship warranty (for cabinets, countertops, flooring, paint, etc.).
With over 300 completed projects across 21 states, Blu Homes is one of the best prefab modular home builders, especially when it comes to experience and sheer quality. Today we took an in-depth look at their catalog and picked our favorite models for this year. Let’s begin!
The Breezehouse 2100
Blu Homes’ most iconic prefab model is the Breezehouse 2100. Over the years, this model has continuously been optimized to stand as a new generation, fully green ranch house that encloses elegant indoor spaces.
The Breezehouse 2100 presents a master bedroom, two bedrooms & three bathrooms, and a spacious open floor concept for its living and dining area. Architectural details such as hiding your laundry room behind the kitchen wall (and the inclusion of a flex room in one of its wings) make the most out of its 2,140 square feet area.
This prefab home model provides outstanding comfort during dry and humid summers, as much as it does during cold weathered seasons. Features such as its expansive glass windows and doors give the Breezehouse 2100 its trademark name, making its interiors airy and open to the beauty of your natural surroundings.
From an economic standpoint, this Blu Homes flagship model significantly lowers your energy bills. Traditional homes of similar size consume $1,400 worth of electricity yearly, while the Breezehouse 2100 sits around $700.
The Origin 1000
The Origin 1000 takes its name after thanks to fitting all your essential areas within 1000 square feet. The Origin 1000 is a super-efficient home that brings out the best of open floor plan designs, giving homeowners lots of windows and natural light.
This compact Blu Homes model is perfect as a starter home for young couples or bachelors alike. Featuring a master bedroom and bedroom (both with private bathrooms connected to them), owners get to enjoy a spacious open floor concept that connects the kitchen to the dining area.
The Origin 1000 gives unparalleled access to the outdoors thanks to its built-in deck trellises. Homeowners can also choose from a variety of flooring & countertops options, as well as appliances and siding upgrades.
The Origin 1900
The Origin 1900 can be considered the Origin 1000 evolution. Blu Homes commits to an open space floorplan in which lots of light and modern rooms interiors give you earthier hues and serene ambiances.
The Origin 1900 urban-lifestyle design presents a master bedroom (with a private bathroom) and two bedrooms (with a shared bathroom) on one side, while the other side of the model’s floorplan encloses a kitchen and living/dining area that can connect to a 2-car garage space, on-demand.
Suffice to say that this model is perfect as a primary home or a second vacation home. Its floorplan is exceptionally flexible, allowing you to convert the front bedroom into a junior, rentable unit with its separate exterior entrance, bathroom, and kitchenette.
The Cabana 600
Blu Homes know that everyone dreams about having a nice cabin to take some time off. The Cabana 600 is an affordable, 605 square feet cabin that allows you to enjoy weekends and vacations effortlessly.
The Cabana 600 includes a standard full-size kitchen & dining area, a master bedroom with one bathroom, and a laundry room, making it perfectly viable as an in-law unit or an extended rental.
Aesthetically speaking, this small venue holds all the architectural beauty that a slanted rooftop and large sliding windows can offer. Similarly, its owners can also enjoy cozy and elegant spaces that favor contemporary and modern interior designs.
The Blu Homes team follows two mandates: efficiency and sustainability. Their talented teams are part of the visionaries that seek to transform regular homes into sustainable, modern living spaces.
Now that all Blu Homes prefab homes feature Dvele’s advanced systems and technology, it’s safe to say that they produce some of the best affordable prefab adu homes on the market. Their advanced air filtration systems that passively lower airborne mold and reduce VOCs, as well as their UV water filtration system are jaw-dropping features that come with your home.
If you’re a first-time homeowner or you’re looking for a low-maintenance, high-tech summer home, you should visit their catalog. Their team will guide you through every step of the way and help you build a dream home designed to take comfort to a new level at a fraction of what it’d traditionally cost!
Emma is Home Refinery's interior and design editor. When she's not obsessing over her next home decorating project, she can be found bargain-shopping at vintage stores, mixing and matching new color palettes, and writing for one of many major home publications for which she contributes.