A manufactured home is a factory built home that was built after the June 15, 1976 HUD code came into effect. A mobile home is a factory built home that was built before the HUD code came into effect. The term “mobile home” is now obsolete when referring to today’s manufactured homes.
Yes. We build the home with your special needs in mind.
No. We can almost always set the home to be within 1 or 2 steps of the grade.
Our homes can go on almost any lot in California. CC&Rs may dictate some restrictions, as well as any applicable local codes.
There are many options available for you to choose from.
Yes, we have four fully furnished homes at our Home Show center located at 5675 Mother Lode Dr., Placerville, CA.
There is a 1 year bumper-to-bumper and 10 year extended warranty.
The HUD number is located on a red plate on the rear end wall of your home. It is also on the data plate under the sink in the laundry room or second bedroom closet. The serial number is located there as well.
After your permits are acquired, it takes about 30 days in a park, or 60 days on land.
Our construction staff is available to help you with any questions you may have about utility installation.
No. We have flexibility in building homes on slopes and uneven lots.
Our site inspector will advise you prior to purchase on all of your delivery conditions.
No, they are returned to the supplier. You may purchase them separately if you desire.
Each of our floorplans includes a set of standard features. Please see our Floorplans page for a list of these features for each floorplan.
The factory offers hundreds of options and we will customize to your specifications after delivery.
Yes. There are some engineering details that you will need to apply.
Yes, our manufactured homes are adaptable to garages, decks, and porches. Site conditions and local codes will determine what you can do.
Yes, all construction and hookups are standard.
No, most Home Depot and Lowes stores stock parts that will fit.
We have many financing options available, including FHA, VA, Calvet, and all conventional lenders. In parks, the financing is different because the home remains personal property.
A “Granny Flat” is defined by your local planning department and is usually a second home of 1200 sq. ft. or less on a property.
In many counties there is a huge financial advantage to doing a “Hardship” home.