Frequently Asked Questions


A manufactured home, previously known as a mobile home, is a home that measures at least 400 square feet with a permanent chassis that allows the initial and continued transportation of the home.  The safety and construction quality of a manufactured home must meet strict specifications outlined by HUD (Department of Housing and Urban Development).


Since 1976, manufactured homes that meet the HUD specifications had 38-44% fewer fires than traditional site-built homes. Moreover, manufactured homes have a lower rate of fire injuries per 100,000 when compared to other one and two-family homes.

How many americans live in a manufactured home?

Approximately 22 million Americans live in a manufactured home which accounts for 7.3 percent of all occupied housing units, and 10.3 percent of all occupied single-family detached housing.

Are manufactured homes safe During a storm?

Properly installed manufactured homes are as safe as traditional homes during a storm, and in hurricane zones, manufactured homes are required to meet higher safety standards than those for site-built homes. To ensure that your manufactured home meets the HUD standards, look for a red certification label on the the exterior of each section.

Are manufactured homes more affordable than a site-built home?

According to recent US Census data the average cost per square foot for a manufactured home is $50 and it is $111 for a traditional site-built home.

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Since 1984, we have worked with our customers to find them a manufactured home that meets and exceeds their expectations. It is time you explore the housing options we can offer you. Take a moment to contact us and let us guide you through the process.

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