Unlike conventional site-built homes, which are constructed from building materials that are mixed and/or assembled on site, manufactured homes are built partially or completely in factories from different building materials and prefabricated components. Once completed, these homes are transported either in one piece or in multiple sections to their final sites for assembly and installation. Currently, all manufactured homes are built according to the latest HUD code, which ensures the quality and safety of their design and construction. When sited, manufactured homes can be placed on temporary or permanent foundations that must also meet the HUD standards.
Manufactured Housing News
If you’re planning to ditch apartment living and move to a community surrounded by beautiful landscapes, a manufactured home might be the solution you’re looking for. Although many manufactured home communities are located in beautiful places across the country, one question you probably ask yourself is whether or not buying a manufactured home represents a good investment. This question stands out as particularly pertinent to the economic crisis we’re currently facing.
When purchasing manufactured homes, there are many questions that can come up. One of these questions is about the amount of insulation of the home. Insulation does a lot of work, so finding a home that has the right amount of insulation is key! There are different levels of insulation in different areas of the home, and the quality of insulation may differ, so Triad has put together this guide for our readers on levels of insulation, and what you should know.