A manufactured home gets constructed in a controlled, production line environment. There are advantages to the building method, like not being exposed to the elements during the build. Another is the ability to purchase materials in bulk at a discount, giving you a quality home at a reasonable price. The difference in home types is, a modular home
follows the same building code as a site-built home, while sectional
or double wide homes are HUD spec homes. Although similar looking, a sectional's design allows for setting on piers or a foundation/crawlspace. With a double wide, you get the square footage and features of a modular at a lower price. Although often referred to as mobile homes, single wides
seldom move once set and are much larger with more features than previous models. If you are in the market for a new home, stop by our Butler Sales Center.