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Escalade Homes has been in business since 2006 supplying a multitude of private single and multi family dwellings, duplexes, cottages, condominium & commercial/office structures throughout Saskatchewan & First Nation communities. Our staff are highly experienced professionals with over 40 years experience in the construction field. In addition, our management team has over 30 years of Sales, Marketing & Project Management experience that will co-ordinate all facets of the project including mechanical, electrical, water and sewer infrastructure and excavation with complete turn-key construction. Our mission is to build long term relationships within the community by using local contractors / employees to be a part of the building process when applicable. We look forward to working with you & your community!



Escalade Homes is the exclusive dealer for Triple M Housing in Saskatchewan. Triple M Housing offers a wide variety of RTM/Manufactured and modular home designs to meet virtually any housing requirement.
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Escalade Homes provides Affordable Housing Solutions to many Indigenous communities across Saskatchewan. Our homes and structures are constructed in an indoor controlled facility. The benefits to factory construction include:

Time & money.
Quality control.
Design flexibility.
Environmental sustainability.

Through their proprietary building systems, state-of-the-art production facilities, and award-winning design teams, they ensure your home is built to your specifications, on time, within budget and backed by the strongest warranty in the building industry.

Triple M Housing continues to lead all home builders with a singular focus on reduced environmental impacts. Through using green initiatives—such as the Built Green program, Energy Star participation, and distinct in-house recycling strategies reducing the expected waste of home construction by over 60%.

Each Triple M home is built in strict accordance with the National Building Code, provincial codes, and municipal codes, and they are audited by third party agencies, providing the satisfaction of exemplary quality control and comfort.



What are the Advantages of Building Modular in a Factory?

Building a modular home offers several advantages compared to traditional site-built construction. Some of the key benefits include:

Cost Efficiency: Modular construction is often more cost-effective than traditional construction due to factors such as reduced material waste, economies of scale in manufacturing, and shorter construction times.

Faster Construction: Modular homes are built in a controlled factory environment, allowing for simultaneous work on different sections of the home. This can result in significantly faster construction timelines compared to on-site building, which is particularly advantageous in regions with unpredictable weather.

Quality Control: Construction in a factory setting allows for strict quality control measures. The standardized processes and inspections during each phase of construction can lead to a higher level of precision and consistency in the finished product.

Energy Efficiency: Modular homes often incorporate energy-efficient features and materials during construction, contributing to lower energy costs over the life of the home.

Design Flexibility: While modular homes start with pre-designed modules, there is often flexibility in floor plans and design elements. Many manufacturers offer a range of customization options to meet the specific needs and preferences of homeowners.

Reduced Disruption: Most of the construction occurs off-site, minimizing disruption to the surrounding community during the building process. On-site work is typically limited to assembly and finishing touches.

Environmental Benefits: The controlled environment of a factory allows for better waste management and recycling of materials. Additionally, the reduced construction time can result in a smaller environmental impact.

Predictable Costs: With the controlled environment of modular construction, there is often greater predictability in costs. This can be beneficial for both homeowners and builders in terms of budgeting and financial planning.

While modular construction offers these advantages, it’s important to note that the suitability of modular homes depends on individual preferences, local building codes, and specific project requirements. Buyers should carefully research and choose reputable modular home manufacturers and builders to ensure a successful and satisfying building experience.

What is a Manufactured Home?
A manufactured home, commonly known as a mobile home or trailer, is a prefabricated housing structure built off-site in a factory and transported to its final location for installation. Unlike traditional site-built homes, manufactured homes are constructed on a steel chassis with wheels, allowing them to be easily transported. Manufactured homes can vary in size and style, ranging from single-section units to larger multi-section homes, and they offer a more affordable housing option for those seeking homeownership. Despite their mobility during transportation, once installed, manufactured homes are typically anchored and set on a permanent foundation.
What is Modular Construction?
Modular construction is used across various sectors, including:

  • Residential Buildings: Apartments, single-family homes, and multi-family housing.
  • Commercial Buildings: Offices, retail spaces, and hotels.
  • Education: Schools, universities, and daycare centers.
  • Healthcare: Clinics, hospitals, and medical offices.
  • Industrial: Factories, warehouses, and data centers.

In summary, modular construction represents a modern, efficient, and versatile approach to building that can meet a wide range of needs and offers several benefits over traditional construction methods.

What is an RTM?

An RTM, or Ready-to-Move (RTM) home, is a type of prefabricated house that is built in a factory setting and then transported to its final location where it is placed on a permanent foundation. This process combines elements of modular construction with the convenience of

Applications of RTM Homes

  • Residential: Single-family homes, vacation homes, and cottages.
  • Remote Areas: Ideal for locations where on-site construction is challenging or costly.
  • Replacement Housing: Quick and efficient replacement for homes damaged by natural disasters or other events.

RTM vs. Modular Homes
   While both RTM and modular homes involve factory construction and transportation to the site, they differ mainly in the stage of completion:

  • RTM Homes: Fully constructed and finished in the factory, requiring only placement on a foundation at the site.
  • Modular Homes: Built in sections (modules) that are transported to the site and assembled there, with final finishing work typically done on-site.

In summary, RTM homes offer a high-quality, efficient, and customizable housing solution that combines the benefits of prefabricated construction with the permanence of a traditional home.

Can A Floor Plan Be Modified?
Yes, floor plans of manufactured homes can often be modified to some extent, depending on the manufacturer and local building codes. While there may be limitations compared to traditional site-built homes due to the standardized nature of many manufactured home designs, some manufacturers offer a degree of customization to meet the specific preferences and needs of homeowners. Modifications can include changes to room configurations, the addition of features like extra windows or upgraded finishes, and adjustments to overall layout within the constraints of the home’s structure. It’s important to work closely with the manufacturer and adhere to relevant regulations to ensure any modifications comply with building codes and standards.
Does a Manufactured Home Cost More than Traditional Site Build?
In general, manufactured homes tend to be more affordable than traditional site-built homes. The lower cost is attributed to factors such as streamlined construction processes in a factory setting, economies of scale, and reduced labor expenses. Additionally, manufactured homes are often more energy-efficient, which can result in long-term cost savings for homeowners. However, factors such as customization, land expenses, and the quality of materials used can influence the overall cost. While manufactured homes provide a more budget-friendly option for homeownership, it’s essential to consider individual preferences, location, and specific requirements when comparing costs with traditional homes. Additionally, factors such as the permanence of foundation and potential resale value should be taken into account when evaluating the overall financial aspects of choosing a manufactured home versus a traditional one.
How long does it take to build a Factory home?
The construction time for a factory home is generally shorter compared to a traditional site-built home. The exact duration can vary based on factors such as the complexity of the design, the size of the home, the efficiency of the manufacturing process, and the manufacturer’s production schedule. On average, the construction of a manufactured home in a factory setting can take anywhere from a few weeks to a couple of months. Once the home is built, it is transported to the final site, and the installation process, including setting it on a foundation, can typically be completed in a relatively short period. In contrast, traditional site-built homes often take several months to a year or more to complete, as construction occurs on-site and is subject to weather conditions and other variables.
What type of warranty is offered?

Triple M housing offers a “20 Year Structural warranty”

The specific warranty offered with a manufactured home from Triple M Housing, or any other manufacturer, can vary, and it’s essential to check with the company directly for the most accurate and up-to-date information. Typically, manufactured homes come with warranties that cover various components, such as the structure, appliances, and systems. These warranties may include a structural warranty, which typically covers defects in workmanship and materials related to the home’s structure. Additionally, there may be separate warranties for appliances and other components provided by third-party manufacturers. The duration and terms of these warranties can also vary. It’s crucial for homebuyers to carefully review the warranty information provided by the manufacturer and to understand the coverage and any conditions that may apply.

Do your homes come with appliances?
Yes, we can supply partial or full appliances to your home order. Some plans differ and some plans offer an appliance package. Ask your salesperson at Escalade about the appliance options.
Why Choose Escalade Homes?
Escalade Homes specializes in Indigenous projects in Northern Saskatchewan. We are the exclusive dealer for Triple M Housing in Saskatchewan. We specialize in building modular, manufactured homes to exact specifications. These include single and multi-family homes, duplexes, cottages and cabins. We can provide and manage all of the steps for you, from Design & Customization, Turnkey Services, Foundations, Basements, Transportation and Freight to Set Up & Additional Structural Services.

The purchase of a new home is one of life’s most exciting events. You can be assured that our high standards will give you
and your family a new home that will provide many years of comfortable living.