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Did you know that every prefabricated home is built to HUD Code wind zone classifications? These safety standards have not always been around. Mobile homes, also known as prefabricated homes or manufactured homes, that were built before 1976 are not built to any wind zone classifications because federal mobile home safety standards weren't in place yet.

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Topics: Lifestyle

It's just about that time again—school is back in session! Here are five tips for getting your manufactured home in order before the back to school rush begins.

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Topics: Lifestyle

Two things that we are proud to be able to offer to new homeowners are quality home options and affordable prices. Today, we’re going to highlight two homes that help separate us from other home builders.  

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Topics: Manufactured Housing

Everyone knows that manufactured homes, formerly known as mobile homes, have evolved significantly over the years. But, not everyone knows how those changes have shaped the manufactured homes you see today.

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Topics: Manufactured Housing

See our quality processesClayton has 40 climate controlled home building facilities located across America where we construct Clayton Built® homes. We build long-lasting manufactured and modular homes inside facilities from coast to coast in cities like Sacramento, California, Waco, Texas, Middlebury, Indiana and Waycross, Georgia.

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Topics: Manufactured Housing

 

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Topics: Manufactured Housing

 

 

If you know that one of the perks of manufactured homes is the freedom that comes along with them. Not only are they an affordable and quality housing option, they may also allow homeowners to relocate without having to leave the home of their dreams behind.

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Topics: Manufactured Housing

This Sunday on April 22, we’ll celebrate the best planet in the universe—Earth! In the busy world we live in, it’s easy to forget to care for our planet and monitor our energy usage, so take some time this week to consider how your home uses energy. The Earth will love you for it!

 

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Topics: Going Green

When you love animals, of course you’re going to open up your home to three dogs, the stray kitten that needs a family and the hamster your daughter begged you to get. Your home knows no limits. But how do you make sure that your pets get along with other pets in your house, especially if you live in a smaller home?

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Topics: Lifestyle