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LOGIC Building Systems
143 Main Street
Brattleboro, VT 05301
Frequently Asked Questions
Ordering a LOGIC Module
We offer an all-in-one solution that empowers you to order, track, and prepare for installation.
LOGIC is also the first US modular firm to offer a catalog of pre-finished kitchen, bathroom, and utility room modules, delivering the complete tech core of a studio, one-, two-, or three-bedroom apartment.
We are prototyping advanced modules, which will be available for installation in early 2024.
Prices vary based on material selection and quantity, as with any manufactured product. Contact us today for more information.
LOGIC ships kitchens at pre-set lengths with a limited catalog of appliances and cabinets. Customers can still select from a variety of materials and finishes within our pre-vetted supply chain, but be aware that customization adds cost and time to the manufacturing process.
Note, we are prototyping new models, and limited stock may be available. Contact us today for more information.
Off-site construction is the process of manufacturing large parts of a building in a dedicated factory, and delivering them to a construction project for assembly. Labor shortages and logistical challenges are making building more expensive. Off-site construction is a strategy to drive down costs, while delivering higher quality buildings.
Manufactured buildings are complete buildings delivered whole. Think single- and double-wide homes.
Modular building products are three-dimensional assemblies, like the kitchens and bathrooms by LOGIC. They are installed in larger buildings. Volumetric is largely synonymous with modular.
Panelized building products are flat elements assembled on a pre-installed frame, created by companies such as Unity Homes.