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Dynamic Homes are customized and built with exceptional attention to detail by our highly skilled and experienced craftsmen.
Each Dynamic Home is built to exacting standards of structural strength and energy efficiency.
Winter Incentive Program
• Orders postmarked between September 10, 2021 – October 1, 2021, qualify for $3/sq. ft. discount.
• Orders postmarked between October 2, 2021 – October 29, 2021 qualify for $2/sq. ft. discount.
• All Program orders will be locked in 2021 pricing.
• This program cannot be combined with any other programs or promotional discounts.
If conflicting programs or discounts exist, the greater amount will apply.
Dynamic Homes has years of expertise in commercial construction. System-built facilities carry the same advantages for business as they do the residential market. Building in a climate-controlled environment protects materials, eliminates delay and provides for a higher quality finished product.
Dynamic Homes has been building custom, system-built homes for families throughout the Upper Midwest since 1970. While system-built construction can be used for existing floor plans in the Dynamic Gallery, almost 90% of the homes we build are custom. You may start with an existing floor plan and then completely re-design it from there, or you can start with your own ideas and Dynamic Homes can design the floor plan to meet your needs. And customization doesn’t stop there. The design possibilities are endless options for kitchens, fireplaces, bathrooms and more. And you can make all those decisions in one place at your convenience.
Dynamic Homes has successfully built housing projects for Indian Tribes over the last 30 years throughout the Midwest. Dynamic Homes is owned by Ho-Chunk, Inc., the award-winning economic development corporation of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska. Ho-Chunk, Inc. originally purchased Dynamic Homes to provide quality, new housing for single-family tribal member purchase; and multi-family housing in the new Ho-Chunk Village on the Winnebago Reservation.