About Us


A View Into The Past

In a world searching for the “next great” solution in home building, we believe that a view into our past provides a glimpse of that Holy Grail. At the turn of the 20th Century, Sears Roebuck introduced us to the catalog home.
This kit housing model was enormously successful when Sears offered “Sears Modern Homes”. Sears Modern Homes were catalog and kit houses sold primarily through mail order. Sears reported that more than 70,000 of these homes were sold in North America between 1908 and 1940. More than 370 different home designs in a wide range of architectural styles and sizes were offered during that time. (Wikipedia). Sears Modern Homes offered the latest technology available to home buyers. Central heating, indoor plumbing, and electricity were all new developments in house design that “Modern Homes” incorporated. Primarily shipped via railroad boxcars, these kits included most of the materials needed to build a house. Once delivered, many of these houses were assembled by the new homeowner, relatives, friends and neighbors, in a fashion similar to the traditional barn-raisings of farming families. Other homeowners relied on local carpenters or contractors to assemble the houses. In some cases, Sears provided construction services to assemble the homes. Some builders and companies purchased homes directly from Sears to build as model homes, speculative homes or homes for customers or employees. (Wikipedia).

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A View Into The Future

Today, companies are trying to penetrate the home building market by factory building and delivering volumetric modules (either entire structures or partial modules). Our approach is different. First, we start with the very best insulated wall product available in the marketplace, a 4” light gauge cavity insulated wall with continuous insulation and weather barrier on the 85 lb. 2’ wide panel flat shipped to the site and assembled in the field like a Lego set. This approach provides us limitless architectural expressions, rather than dictating the product for the architect or owner. By utilization of our XYiP Wall System™, XYiP Homes can deliver a core and shell structure unrivaled in the homebuilding industry. From there, through our General Contractor and Carpentry relationships, we can complete the “turnkey” home for you, or you, as the Homeowner or General Contractor, can hire your remaining trades to build the home in much the same way Sears Roebuck operated. While trade persons are needed in today’s world of construction, our “kit” approach is no more difficult to assemble than an HP Printer. Let our Team help you make your next build your best build!

Mission Statement: Why The Flower Of Life?

The Flower Of Life is one of the most well known geometric symbols that belongs to a school of thought called Sacred Geometry. It’s composed of 19 overlapping circles that intersect with each other to form flowers. The Flower of Life is formed in steps, with each step holding particular sacred geometric knowledge. The Flower Of Life is believed to contain ancient, sacred knowledge about the origins of the universe and our place in it. It’s said that it contains a sacred geometry that can explain the underpinning of the cosmos. Some believe that it holds the secrets of the universe and the key to unlocking its hidden knowledge. In fact, sacred geometry states that this ancient symbol contains the patterns of creation, and that it’s capable of explaining the fundamental structure of space and time. A connection to our past, providing a roadmap to our future, with the hope of better understanding the connection between ourselves, others, and places, and providing residence to those we serve, is the heart and soul of XYiP Homes.

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