Our customers are as passionate about their homes as we are about our customers. These short testimonials from Wisconsin Homes home owners will give you a good understanding of why an Inspiration Home is truly unique.

Chris and Amanda Johannsen researched all avenues of building their ideal Northwest Wisconsin retreat. They received multiple quotes to site build, but after touring our model village, they decided a Wisconsin Home was the perfect option for them. The deciding factors included; overall cost & time savings, the ability to customize their floorplan, and also the vast amount of available finishes.

Chuck and Nancy Kramer converted a generational family property into a new family legacy. The stress-free process Wisconsin Homes provided allowed the Kramers to concentrate on the little details that were important to them, creating a space that fits perfectly into the beautiful surroundings of Lake Metigoshe in Northern North Dakota.

Steve and Randy Gorder talk about how Wisconsin Homes met their need for the numerous custom design elements they desired. Located in Bottineau, North Dakota, their ranch style home is not only beautiful, but functional in its design.

Michael and Mary Jean Seelen tell how they fell in love with a chalet style home while visiting the Inspiration Village at Wisconsin Homes and how they took that inspiration to create a home of their own—one that “wraps its arms around you.”

Deb Berry talks about the great ease, numerous options and flexibility she had when working with her builder and Wisconsin Homes to create the perfect home for her family.

Monte and Cathy Burrell, owners of Green Acres Homes in Estherville, IA, discuss the unique customization opportunities they had while building their fourth Wisconsin Home.

Jim and Caroline Opitz share how Wisconsin Homes helped create the perfect home for their beautiful wooded lot.

Monte and Cathy Burrell, owners of Green Acres Homes in Estherville, IA, discuss how building a Wisconsin Homes is a streamlined process and one that leaves a home owner feeling “totally satisfied.”


We have built and lived in our Wisconsin Home for 30+ years now and are beginning a kitchen remodel. Taking down the soffit, we are impressed with the sturdiness of it. We aren’t surprised. We have had our shingles replaced and a contractor had to go in the attic to look for potential problems. He came out saying we had a very well built house. Again, a contractor went in the attic when we had new gutters and soffit and said the same thing. When we had our kitchen designed at Home Depot, they told us that we should allow for wall and ceilings to be uneven. We said we weren’t worried. After 30 years, our base home isn’t fancy, but it’s made well. Our building contractor was impressed enough to want to be a local builder and use our house as a model. He was too late there was already a Wisconsin Homes builder in our area. He researched a lot of modular homes and yours were built the best.

-Debby & Matt from Southeast Wisconsin


At Wisconsin Homes our Inspiration Homes are what set us apart from the competition. Our independent builders are also a big part of our success, so we want to help them as much as possible. Some of the ways we do this is by providing professional literature, custom floor plan drawings and customer leads. However we don't stop there—we also help in the design process. One of the unique benefits we offer is the use of material for a computer program called Chief Architect. This software gives you and your customer the ability to apply custom changes to standard floor plans, in real time! This is just another way Wisconsin Homes inspires...

See our Building Methods for Yourself?

Our factory is temporarily closed for tours. Our Display Village however, is open and we have many homes of various sizes and styles on display to help you design your own home. Please stop by during office hours 8am-5pm Monday through Friday. You can also view the models after hours or on weekends by obtaining a key from any of our builders or by calling our receptionist.