MCG Houses is reviving the home-made industry in Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce

MCG Houses is reviving the home-made industry in Saint-Joseph-de-Beauce

First known as Modultec, MCG Houses launches operations on the site formerly occupied by Habitec 2000. An investment of $2.5 million that will create more than 50 jobs when the company reaches its full potential.

MCG Houses is owned by Eskan and Nisk buildings, both located in Mistissini, north of Chibougamau.

Quite recently, the company was equipped with an image which is the reflection of its native origins and his activity sector, that is the construction of manufactured houses.

Although piece of short story on the market, the company is in the hands of a very experimented team the members of which accumulate more than 165 years of experience and which knows perfectly the domain of the modular construction. “, as indicates it his managing director, mister Patrice Vachon.

“The management team at MCG Houses is proposing home models whose value will give it a place of choice in a market that, let’s face it, is very competitive.” continues Mr. Vachon.

His roots being plunged into the North of Quebec, known for its very rigorous climate, houses designed by Houses MCG propose same estimate of construction that those used for the constructions Scandinavians, respecting and even exceeding the most severe climatic and environmental standards. So, the owners of the South will enjoy a superior energy efficiency and important energy savings, essential factors while the impact of climate change is more and more smelt.
Finally, the efficiency of the operations of the company allows the marketing of an affordable product for the first buyer.

Our values are anchored in our origins: respect for people, respect for the nature, the respect for materials and the respect for the end product. Here is the base(basis) of our guarantee of satisfaction.

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