In order to better understand the present day’s manufactured homes it is to differentiate the definitions of manufactured homes, mobile homes, modular homes, and multi-unit manufactured housing.
The terms all refer to a type of home, but each one has its own specific home type. The California Manufactured Housing Institute website, http://cmhi.org/cons05bll.asp, states the differences between each.
Manufactured Home. The manufactured home is constructed to comply with the National Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards, a uniform building standard administered and enforced by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD Code). Over 97 percent of all homes constructed in California factories meet this code.
Factory-Built Homes. Often called “modular” homes, factory-built homes are constructed to comply with the California Administrative Code. About three percent of all factory homes produced in California meet this code.
Mobile Homes. These homes were constructed to comply with standards enforced by the State of California prior to June 15, 1976, when the federal preemptive HUD Code became effective. Mobile homes have not been constructed since this date.
gMulti-unit Manufactured Housing. These homes are built to very specific codes and for use as two-or more dwelling units. Structures can include, duplexes, dormitories, hotels, apartment houses, and other structures that contain two-or more dwelling units. Each have different applicable codes. These homes are utilized by developers for higher density and infill development.
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Skyline Manufactured Homes: Customer Satisfaction and Safety
QUALITY EMPLOYEES – At the heart of every Skyline factory are the employees who work to build your home. Skyline employees are a proud and dedicated group whose goal is to provide the best home for your hard-earned money.
QUALITY BRANDS – Skyline understands the importance of using quality name-brand materials and appliances. After all, this isn’t just another house, this is your home. With names like Rheem, Delta, Owens-Corning, Coleman, Congolium, Shaw, and GE you can be confident that a Skyline home is built with with some of the best names in home construction.
QUALITY CONTROL – Skyline’s Quality Assurance Process is paramount in ensuring compliance with Federal Manufactured Home Construction Safety Standards (or HUD code). Skyline’s in-house quality control team, as well as independent third party agencies, inspects your home during each phase of the construction process. These codes ensure that your home is built to specific structural, mechanical, plumbing, electrical, and safety standards.
QUALITY MATERIALS – All Skyline homes are built in an environmentally controlled manufacturing facility with no exposure to the outside elements. The same holds true for our building material storage. They store all building materials in an environmentally controlled warehouse, with no exposure to the outdoor elements. All materials are stored per the supplier’s recommendations. Their own internal Quality Assurance Process requires a weekly inspection of stored materials to assure they are in ready-to-use condition. Their suppliers, independent third Party inspection provider, and other governing agencies also conduct periodic inspections of our stored materials.
QUALITY HOME DESIGN – Skyline homes are designed to enhance the quality of today’s lifestyles. They have a home to fit whatever stage of life you are in. First time home buyers, a family that’s growing, or an empty nest can all find homes to fit their needs. Their design team had created a portfolio of floor plans, decors, and optional amenities to ensure the flexibility needed to satisfy your housing needs.
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Information in this post is based on the Skyline Website.