Forget everything you know about pre-fab houses. From starter homes to massive estates, the next generation of factory homes are high quality, custom built , and delivered in a matter of days. Waiting months for a delayed and expensive build is a thing of the past. Breakneck Builds takes the viewer onto the floor of these giant prefab factories as elite engineers use cutting-edge technology to assemble revolutionary, foldable, steel and waterproof concrete structures. Ride shotgun as veteran transporters navigate hazardous roads with gigantic modules, and go on-site for the final hours as workers battle the elements to build a home in days. Watch the team work at a labor intensive speed using huge trucks, cranes and state of the art hydraulics to build, transport and assemble prefab homes in the factory and on site.
Joey and Cindy need a real home so they can take their future off hold and start the family they've wanted for years. These first time homebuyers need a fast and innovative solution to get them out of their cramped apartment so they are relying on the prefab world to get the job done. After two tours in Afghanistan Steve needs a way to get back into home life, so he and his wife Amy are turning to modular technology to build a cabin in the Smoky Mountains where family comes first.
Jason and Zolina love their downtown Pittsburgh neighborhood but are done with their cramped 100 year old apartment. Now that a lot on their street up for sale, they are doing a modular build so they can have the home of their dreams without having to move. Justin and Casey are sick of renting a home and giving their money away each month. After years of saving up for a place of their own, they are turning to the prefab world to get the most bang for their buck.
Mike and Tami have 8 kids and no time to spend together, so they are building a prefab log cabin where the family can spend quality time together for generations to come. Jordyn is ready to leave her rental behind and buy her first home, but what is most important to Jordyn is that her new home is eco friendly, so she is turning to the modular world to build a big house with a small carbon footprint.
Angie and Dan need a real family home for their growing boys and only have a month left on their lease. The only way to meet their tight timeline is to build with modular technology. Jim and Lynne are ready to trade their 4000 square foot home in the San Francisco suburbs for a smaller modular home in wine country that is tailored to their lifestyle.
After Dorrie successfully beats cancer, she and her husband Brian buy a prefab beach house built for quality time as a family. Steve and Nancy are building a circular panelized home designed for taking in the beauty of the Black Mountains.
Bill and Kim are building a modular country house after their attempt to build a traditional home almost cost them their life savings. Mark and Donna are turning an old tradition of renting a beach house into a permanent addition to their busy lives by buying a modular home on the New Jersey coastline.
Jack and MaryEllen are replacing the home they lost to Hurricane Sandy with a modular house built to survive the storm of the century. Rich and Wil are building a prefab family home so that they can adopt their first child.
Mike and Stephanie are building a new modular home that needs to be ready in time for their baby's due date. James and Kelly sell their first home to build a prefab in a better school district for their kids.
Derek and Kristi need a home of their own on the family ranch where they live and work. With a construction boom in Wyoming tying up all the builders in town they're going modular to get into a home fast. Robin and David sold their house to pay for the construction of a new traditional home and moved in with their daughter and her husband while they wait. Now almost a year later they need to give their children their own space again and are turning to the prefab world to build them a house in record time.
Nathan and Jennifer love their farm in Kansas, but worry that their 100 year-old farm house won't last much longer. So, to get into a new family home as fast as possible, they are turning to the prefab world to build. Dwight and Angie just had their first child. The problem is they're still living with Dwight's parents. So they're going modular to get into a proper family home as fast as possible.
Michael and Christine used to love their small, downtown Baltimore row house, until their son was born. Now they're going modular to get into a real family home as fast as they can. John lost the home he loves in rural Colorado to a fire. Living in a condo in the city, he is building a prefab to get back to the quiet mountain life he loves.
Nate and Lexi desperately want to start a family, but can't even imagine it in their cramped apartment. So this young couple is building a modular home that combines the speed of a prefab with the customization of a site-build. Emerson and Tanya have run out of room. With a third child on the way, they're building a prefab to get into a family sized home in record time.
Roger and Jamie just bought more horses than they have room for, so they are building a modular home on a giant ranch so there is enough room for their family and the animals. Scott and Natalie had to move into a cramped apartment when Natalie got a new job in a new city. Now they are building a prefab to get into a proper family home as fast as they can.