All across the country, people are learning the benefits of factory-built homes! Unlike traditional stick- or site-built homes, which are built piece-by-piece directly on the site where it will stand, manufactured homes are built in a factory before being moved to the location where the homeowner plans to live.
Manufactured homes are made in America built by highly skilled homebuilders, and crafted with precision. They are built under controlled conditions and inspected to meet or exceed standards set out by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety Standards, commonly known as the HUD Code. The safety standards include:
- Design and construction.
- Strength and durability.
- Fire resistance.
- Heating, plumbing and air conditioning.
- Thermal and electrical systems.
- Energy efficiency.
- Overall home quality.
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Building a home in a controlled environment allows for controlled costs – which means a more affordable price for you! There are no weather delays with new factory-built home – all materials stay completely dry until your home is delivered.
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