Profile & Company Overview

BonnaVilla® strives to offer a wide range of high quality homes with a large selection of options. This is made possible only by qualified people, a strong and diverse parent company and continuous improvement.

Our Builders are located across the midwest

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Company Overview

Since 1970, we have been delivering quality, affordable, modular homes throughout Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Illinois from our manufacturing facility in Aurora, Nebraska. Our attention to detail, commitment to quality, and the financial strength of our parent company are what separates us from the rest. We are a part of Chief Industries, Inc. - a large, privately owned, financially strong manufacturing company based in Grand Island, Nebraska.

Details Make The Difference

Our specialty is customizing single-family home plans to meet a customer's specific design requirements, but we also build multi-family and commercial projects. We offer a range of modular floor plan designs, layouts, and square footages. In addition, we have a large variety of optional details like cape-cod style roofs, exterior siding choices, customizable bathroom and kitchen layouts, and many different interior finish and feature options that will accentuate any lifestyle. If you're looking for the affordability, efficiency, and durability of a factory-built home, but don't want to sacrifice quality, then you found your home with BonnaVilla – where the details really do make the difference!.

What is Modular?

The words pre-fab, modular, off-site constructed or manufactured home can be confusing. Homeowners, developers and traditional builders sometimes struggle with the image of a single-wide trailer on wheels or maybe sitting on concrete blocks. BonnaVilla utilizes factory construction to build modular homes that are, in fact, manufactured but look nothing like a "trailer".

Compared to site built homes.

New homes in upscale neighborhoods and subdivisions, show-homes, second homes and multifamily projects are being “systems-built" to rival and exceed the quality and investment of site-built homes. These homes offer flexibility and affordability, along with structural integrity and architectural presence. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), after a review of homes destroyed or damaged by hurricane Andrew in Florida, found that “overall, relatively minimal structural damage was noted in modular housing developments" (FIA-22, Item 3-0180).


These homes are built in enclosed, climate-controlled environments - including the floors, walls, ceiling, insulation, plumbing, roofs and all the other major elements - using the latest technology in methods and products with factory-backed warranties. In fact, 80% of each home is built in this controlled environment. The amount of material going into each individual systems module typically exceeds the material of site-built homes. This method of construction produces a home built with “control and quality:" control in the structure and quality as a result. The controlled environments and assembly line work stations, as well as rigorous quality control inspections and strict adherence to national, state and local building codes, mean a quality product in a fraction of the time. There is less waste, no weather damage, potential mold or contractor no-shows to deal with.


Facility-type construction offers countless environmental and procedural advantages over site built homes. The factory operates with eco-friendly and recyclable procedures. Once the home is delivered to the site, the use of systems-built products can lessen the impact to the project by decreasing traffic to and from the site and the length of time from start to completion of the project. Less material waste means less construction material dumped into the local landfill, reducing the project's carbon footprint.


There are many areas of savings using systems-built products. Depending on the product type and location of the project, the per square foot can be less than conventional construction. Additionally, the speed of factory production and site completion means shorter-term construction financing, which can also add up to savings. There is no “shrinkage" or theft of site materials. Temporary on-site services and construction management are also reduced.


The ability to construct with all construction trades in one location and in such a timely manner is an additional benefit. This efficiency equates to value as the factory is able to use quality name brand products without additional costs passed on to the homeowner. Lastly, with a systems-built home, you have guaranteed pricing of the factory home with no cost over-runs!