Affinity Building Systems

Modular Home Manufacturer

Affinity Building Systems is a leading manufacturer of high-performance modular structures for single-family or multi-family residences, hospitality, and commercial structures such as offices, hotels, apartments, etc. Our modular buildings are built to the same building codes as traditional site-built construction. Affinity Building Systems is based in Lakeland, Georgia and provides modular buildings to independent, authorized builders throughout the Southeast.

(Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Tennessee)

The Affinity Advantage

Why Use Affinity?

Modular homes are built in a controlled environment, therefore none of the materials used in the construction process have been exposed to the weather. ABS Homes always meet or EXCEED state and local building codes including those in high wind zones. Our construction standards are approved up to and including the 180 MPH Wind Zone requirements. If you are building in a coastal area or right in our own backyard of Southern Georgia, you can be comfortable knowing the building is strong and secure.

ABS single-family, multi-family, or commercial projects can be built on a variety of foundations, such as crawlspaces, pilings, or stilts.

Some of our standard features include:

+ 2×10 Floor system
+ R-19 Fiberglass insulation in the floor and walls, R-30 in the roof
+ A complete HVAC system including condenser, insulated duct system, and insulated boots and registers
+ Comfort height low flow toilets with elongated bowls
+ Pex water lines
+ Air infiltration wrap on all exterior walls
+ Durable vinyl siding or optional James Hardie cement board siding
+ 7/16″ OSB sheathing applied to each exterior wall constributes to the strength and rigidity of our homes
+ Vinyl single hung windows
+ 30 year Architectural Shingles
+ Roof pitches from 3/12 to 12/12 with 5/12 as our standard
+ One piece fiberglass tub/shower or ceramic tile surrounds and custom showers available as an option
+ 8′ standard ceiling height with optional 9′ and 10′ heights
+ Covered Porches

Upcoming Factory Tours

Open House – Second Saturday of Every Month
Tour held at 11:00 am

The tour is for educational purposes only. Inquiries pertaining to specific questions regarding your project, such as pricing or decor, will not be discussed during this time. We will be happy to schedule a time to speak with you during our normal business hours. We will provide your contact information to the building consultant that represents your building area. They can schedule a time to speak with you about your project. During the tour, you will learn how homes are built in a factory and can walk through a model(s) on display on the factory lot.

The factory may be in production during the tour so safety glasses and a vest will be provided and are REQUIRED to be worn. Please keep in mind that you will be standing/walking during the entire tour. *If you need special accommodations, please make arrangements with our office before your visit. We’ll be happy to help!

Please Remember:

  • Arrive at least 15 minutes before the tour begins. The doors are locked promptly at 11 am and no late entry is allowed.
  • Must be 18+ years old to attend.
  • No animals allowed – except service animals.
  • RSVP to reserve your spot

To properly staff the event and practice safe social distancing/COVID-19 protection during our next Open House, all appointments must be made by the previous Wednesday before the event. 

Please RSVP to or (229)482-1200, and let us know how many will be attending from your party.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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