Future Home Services, The Team Next Door

Future Homes Services Team

Travis Andersen

Project Manager

Your One Stop Shop

Buying a factory-built manufactured home is a thrilling experience, but there’s much to be done after your purchase. You may need land to put it on, the installation of a septic tank, or water and power to be hooked up. Then there are some who might want to add a deck, porch, or garage to their home. Future Homes of Bremerton and Future Homes Services are proud to be a full-service dealership and construction company for factory-built, manufactured homes. When you work with us, you won’t need to look elsewhere for help.

Future Home Services works directly with Future Homes of Bremerton as their primary contractor. This team offers all required contracting services for customers to be move-in ready!

Future Home Services is Licensed, Bonded, Insured and WAIN certified (L&I certified installer). Manufactured homes in Washington must be installed by an L&I certified installer. Installation work includes all aspects of installing the home, starting with the construction of the foundation, through assembly of the home, connecting the home to utilities and the application of the skirting. For more information, click the icon below and read a brief description on the service you’d like to learn more about. Call or email us today if you have any questions. Our team is here to help. 

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Feasibility Study

A feasibility study is the process that analyzes and determines if the property is practical for the planned use of the land. This task can also include reviewing all aspects of the property from both a financial and environmental perspective. Specifically, this is the procedure of surveying the land’s irrigation, soil conditions, septic placement, and other important resources. In many cases, the feasibility study could also include researching neighboring properties and how their land usage could impact your plans as well.

Septic Design and Install

Different Types of septic systems

  1. Gravity distribution system
  2. Pressure distribution System

Gravity distribution system.

  1. Wastewater reaches a certain place in the tank and allows the wastewater to flow to the drain field.
  2. No external power required.
  3. Installation and maintenance tends to be less expensive than other options.

Pressure distribution system

  1. Wastewater fr