Clayton Blog

E. Nicole G.

Hi there! I was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio. I have worked at Clayton Homes as a content coordinator since August 2016. I went to Miami University (go Redhawks!) and was bred to love The Ohio State Buckeyes. I enjoy baking, hiking, running, playing guitar, reading, and trying out new restaurants. I also like shopping for eccentric home decorations at thrift stores and am inspired by beautiful Indian patterns. And my favorite color is glitter.

Recent Posts

Are you ready to start decorating your new Clayton Designer Series tiny home? Kick the futon to the curb and choose multipurpose, space efficient furniture that is actually stylish and comfy.

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Topics: Tiny Homes

Renowned architect Jeffrey Dungan and his team of architects and designers brought their flair for open, airy spaces and clean modern approach to the world of tiny homes when Dungan’s office designed Clayton’s Designer Series tiny homes.

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Topics: Tiny Homes

Clayton has been providing affordable, quality built housing since 1956 and continues to build homes for families across the country. Through our building practices, we are able to deliver on our Clayton Built™ promise of quality and efficiency. This promise holds fast for our Designer Series tiny homes.

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Topics: Tiny Homes

As the tiny home movement continues to grow, many tiny homeowners continue to face difficulties around determining the legal requirements for permanently placing their home on land. The rules and regulations around tiny home placement have a good bit to do with concerns about how tiny homes are built.

 

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Topics: Tiny Homes

If you’re looking for a tiny home, you understand that a home isn’t great just because it’s more expensive or larger than someone else’s house. You get that a cozy home with modest features and beautiful design is all you need.

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Topics: Tiny Homes

As we discussed previously in how manufactured home trade-in works, your home’s condition is not a pre-requisite to trading it in. However, the condition of your home can impact your trade-in options as you and your family search for your new dream home!

 

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Topics: Manufactured Housing

Building codes set minimum requirements for how different types of buildings should be constructed. These regulations are set in place for the safety of the people that may occupy or use a building.

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Topics: Tiny Homes

Tomorrow is Earth Day! To celebrate, we've created some tips to help you as you shop for more energy efficient home features or evaluate your current appliances and systems.

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Topics: Going Green

                                                                                                                                                

Different manufactured and modular home retailers across the country may offer trade-in programs for used mobile homes. These trade-in programs help homeowners like you find the next home of your dreams without having to worry about the home you already own!

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Topics: Manufactured Housing

 

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Topics: Manufactured Housing