Frequently Asked Questions

/Frequently Asked Questions

In a subdivision, as a beach home, almost any place you’d like a site-built home or a second home/granny flat.

The shipping and delivery costs depend on the area and region you live in.

Yes. All manufactured homes are to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) code. Each manufactured home goes through rigorous inspection before being certified. Our Factory Direct Homes then undergo an additional rigorous inspection by NEEMgreen, to insure that all energy efficient measures meet their certification standards.

Yes. Our manufactured homes come in a variety of styles and range of size to help create a home owners can be proud of. Our luxury manufactured homes can be customized in a variety of configurations, with options that will give you a distinctive beautiful home and lifestyle.

No. These aren’t your grandmother’s trailers! Our double-and triple-wide manufactured homes are custom built. They’re higher quality, more highly energy efficient. They can be customized to suit your specific needs, with a variety of options to choose from.

Of course. Our Factory Direct Homes are built to EnergyStar requirements for energy efficiency, comfort and durability. We’re also green certified, adding to your home’s energy efficiency.

There’s virtually no difference between a site-built and a manufactured home in regards to life expectancy of the home. It all depends on how well you maintain your home. The average life expectancy of a well-maintained modular home is over 55 years from the time of construction. That’s pretty much identical to that of a site-built home.

There are many differences. Manufactured or modular homes are built in a factory. The framing is constructed there as well. This is then all transported to your property, where it’s placed on a foundation, and assembled to become a beautiful modern home.

No. Your homeowners manual will explain the kind of regular maintenance you’ll need to do. As with any home, you’ll need to keep your home in good condition.

This will most likely be covered under your “Good as Gold” warranty Check your homeowners manual for instructions.

We offer our “Good as Gold” 10-year warranty. It’s one of the most complete in the industry. You’ll pay no deductible and no service charges. The first twelve months, the warrantee covers a number of cosmetic aspects like counter top problems, light fixtures, appliances, broken faucets. After the first year, it covers roof structure, sub-flooring, the electrical system, plumbing, siding/windows.

There are well-established financial institutions that feature loan programs to fit your budget.

Expect to move into the home within six to eight weeks of purchase.

Yes. We offer a variety of distinctive modern styles. Our interior decor potentials rival the best single-family site-built homes. Our exteriors are almost identical to the best homes out there.

Yes. We have licensed contractors we can recommend to you in most areas.

Yes. We can provide you with installation estimates or provide you with contractors who can install the home for you.

Yes. We offer a wide range of customizing options including porches, wood/carpet/tile floors, luxury baths, fireplaces, appliances, tankless water heaters, granite countertops and many hardwood cabinets.

Manufactured homes range in size from 600 square feet to 3,500 square feet.

Our manufactured homes are competitively priced to be affordable and energy efficient That’s a real advantage our manufactured homes have over site-built homes. Our manufactured home costs are significantly lower due to lower labor costs, and a quicker turnaround time from construction to installation and move in date. Prices range from $29,900 for a 2 bedroom 1 bathroom 750 square foot modular home, to $200,000 for a 4 bedroom 3 bathroom 3500 square foot home.

Manufactured homes are built to a National certified code (HUD) with different specifications depending on the regional location of the home.

Modular homes are built to local and state building codes which vary depending on location of the home (International Residential Code).

A manufactured home is a single family, high quality home built in a manufacturing facility in a controlled environment. These homes are built to HUD code and is then transported to the site in which the home will be located. These homes range from 360 square feet to over 3,000 square feet.

A modular home is built in a manufacturing facility to state and local building codes, is transported to the installation location, and may require more on-site installation than a manufactured home.