Housing Center specializes in Manufactured
homes. With a large assortment of models on site, and an
even larger assortment to browse through,
you'll find the perfect new home for your needs. Manufactured
homes can even be customized to your preferences.
to a home built entirely in a factory and covers single
or multi-section homes, including transportation to and
from your site as well as installation.
Factory-crafted construction: A better way to build
exactly is a factory-crafted home? It may be hard to
imagine building a home in a factory, but compared to building
on site, there are some big advantages:
Controlled environment - Homes built in a factory
aren't exposed to the elements.
- Electrical, plumbing and every other construction process
is done at the factory, eliminating the scheduling hassles
that slow down site-built construction. And we're not subject
to the same weather delays you experience when everything
happens on site.
Cost - There is very little waste building a factory-crafted
home - and, because we buy construction materials in large
quantities, we can offer lower prices.
Quality - Every manufactured home meets or exceeds
the code requirements of the U.S. Department of Housing
and Urban Development and is scrutinized by countless inspections.
raw materials transformed into nearly complete homes is
fascinating. For every home we build, skilled craftsmen
execute thousands of tasks. Here are highlights of the process
for most of our homes:
Steel cross members and outriggers are welded to massive
steel I-beams to form the base frame, which is engineered
to support the weight of the structure and meet federal
joists are laid over the base frame. Insulation, heat
ducts, and plumbing are installed.
is fastened and glued to the floor joists.
the frame is constructed, walls are built. For extra strength
and stability, sheetrock is both nailed and glued to wall
walls are installed, truss rafters are attached and high-grade
insulation is put in.
sheathing and roofing paper is installed. This is sealed
with tar three feet from the edge for extra protection.
The roof is then shingled. This process varies by home
interior finish work is done including installation of
custom cabinetry from Fleetwood's industry-leading cabinet
is mounted and windows set.
homes are checked to ensure seams and patterns match,
final inspection is conducted, and the home prepared for
carefully crafted manufactured home, ready for delivery,
is completed in a few days instead of weeks or months.