Manufactured Homes (HUD Code)
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What is a manufactured home?
Manufactured homes are factory-built homes engineered and constructed in accordance with the federal building code administered by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The HUD code was established in 1976. Prior to that time, manufactured homes were referred to as mobile homes. Manufactured homes may be single- or multi-sectioned and are available in various sizes and floor plan configurations.
Redman has a long history of providing quality manufactured homes as the affordable alternative to site built and other types of housing. As one of the largest manufacturers in the country, our homebuyers benefit from our ability to purchase building materials, including interior features and appliances, in large quantities resulting in lower costs. From years of experience we have developed advanced engineering and construction methods to ensure we continue to provide affordable and quality-built manufactured homes.
Artist rendering only. This illustration is not intended to represent the actual home you purchase. Features and options may vary by model. Champion Home Builders, Inc. reserves the right to modify features and specifications, exchange materials and discontinue features without prior notice. All information and specifications are subject to change without obligation.