There are many varied advantages to Manufactured Homes. One of the greatest advantages is the ability to eliminate the elements when building a structure. There is no rain that sneaks up when it can be a great hindrance. Trying to install a roof when trying to beat a storm to protect wood in walls or floors can be a frustrating and troublesome problem. That is not an issue when working inside while it may be raining or snowing outside.
Costs can be reduced by purchasing construction materials in bulk and passing the saving on to you. This can also be a cost cutting factor when purchasing appliances and fixtures as well.
An experienced crew of craftsman, technicians, and assemblers, working together as a team can gain efficiencies a group of subcontractors may not be able to. All aspects of the construction process are professionally supervised and controlled.
Several inspectors continually inspect the construction process assuring a high level of quality while meeting HUD Code specifications.
Interim construction financing costs can be greatly reduced or eliminated.
There are many variables involved in the price of manufactured homes, just as there are with site built homes. Features, floor plans, and details too numerous to all be listed here prevent a blanket answer to any questions on pricing. At Fawn Creek we will work hard to come up with a design that pleases while being cost conscious at the same time. Your home can be as simple or elegant as you desire.
Depending on the region of the country, construction costs can be significantly less than a site-built home on a per square foot basis. Easily from 10% to 35% less! (Excluding the cost of land.) See a construction cut away.
Today's manufactured home come with many of the same amenities and features that come standard on site-built homes. Fawn Creek's floor plans can be as simple or elegant as you would like. Bathrooms can be equipped with recessed bathtubs and comfortable whirlpools. The dining and living room areas can be enhanced with vaulted ceilings and fireplaces. Modern fully equipped kitchens and bedrooms with walk-in closets are also attractive features.
You may also select from metal, vinyl, or wood exteriors. Design features that add distinction and personality to homes include bay windows, gable front, or a pitched roof with shingles. Awnings, patio covers, decks, steps, and crawl space enclosures can be added at additional minimal cost.
With manufacturers using computer assisted design planning, you can select a plan while trying different combinations of features and layouts. These variations can include floor plans, carpeting color and thickness, siding materials for the exterior, energy saving features, and kitchen appliance selection.
A manufactured home is a single-family house constructed entirely in a controlled factory environment, built o the federal Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards (better known as the HUD Code).
The HUD Code regulates the home's design and construction, strength and durability, transportability, fire resistance, energy efficiency and quality control. It also sets stringent performance standards for the heating, plumbing, air conditioning, thermal and electrical systems.