The Aladdin Company Readi-Cut Prefab Kit Homes are also available in three (3) formats, read about all three formats HERE. The Aladdin Company helped to propagate preferences across the U.S. and Canada for common architectural styles such as the Craftsman, Bungalow, Four-Square and Cape Cod homes. New factory locations in USA & Canada offer Modern Kit Houses, House Kits, Prefab Homes kits, Kit Homes, Prefabricated Homes, Prefabs Homes, Prefab Home, Homes Prefab.
The Aladdin Companywas the first manufacturer to use the Readi-Cut system of construction. Founded in 1906 by brothers William and Otto Sovereign, The Aladdin Company has created many innovative and processes in the American home building market. We are proud of our rich heritage and legacy. Aladdin Company Readi-Cut Prefab Home Kits are back & available in partnership withGreen Terra Homes International&iFundCapital
"Homes Built In a Day"
Choose from our existing plans which can be scaled up or down as needed or let us custom design a modular home for you. Interior layouts of existing plans can be adjusted to suit your needs as long as it is within the code requirements. Units are designed to meet local code requirements of your jurisdiction. The Aladdin Company Modular Homes are designed to be placed onto a crawl space, full basement or post and beam foundations. All modular homes are designed and engineered for your specific lot, municipality, wind and snow loads. Modular homes are constructed in factory and ready to ship with your choice of finishes, and upgrades. We may also be able to assist in coordinating third party site work. Let us guide you through the process. We can assist with as much or as little as needed.
The modular homes are finished to about 90% drywall primed ready for paint. Please see the Standard Specifications included in the Modular Homes. Modular homes are built faster than site built homes and can save you thousands as most of the work is completed inside a temperature controlled factory setting where there are no delays due to weather and having to reschedule work crews. There are a few items that are required on site when building a modular home.
Over its more than seventy years in business, Aladdin sold more than 75,000 homes. Customers included individuals and corporate clients in both domestic and international markets. Whole neighborhoods and even a town — Hopewell, Virginia — were developed for company employees. In a fold-out flyer sent with the 1925 catalog, the company listed by name and city more than 1000 builders of Aladdin homes as well as government and corporate customers including the State of Michigan, the president of Liberia, Dow Chemical Co., Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. and Standard Oil.
Advertised as "Readi-cut" and "Built in a Day" Aladdin and other kit home manufacturers revolutionized home buying and building for the middle class. From tiny workingman's cottages to the thrifty investor, Aladdin homes provided a solid value and easy construction.
Unlike many of the other kit home companies, including Montgomery Ward, the history of Aladdin is readily available through its catalogs and corporate records at Clarke Historical Library in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan.