A Factory-Built home is a single-family house constructed entirely in a controlled factory environment, built to the Federal Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards (better known as the HUD Code).
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.
Today's Factory-Built homes come with many "standard" features that you would find in a site-built home. Hundreds of floor plans are available that range from the basic models to more elaborate designs with living and dining rooms with vaulted ceilings, fully equipped modern kitchens, comfortable bedrooms with walk-in closets, and bathrooms with recessed bathtubs and whirlpools.
You may also select from a variety of exterior designs, including metallic, vinyl, wood, or hardboard. You also may select such design features as a bay window, a gable front, or a pitched roof with shingles. Awnings, enclosures around the crawl space, patio covers, decks, and steps are also available.
With many manufacturers now using the latest in computer-assisted design, you have the flexibility to choose from hundreds of plans available with a wide variety of exterior and interior options. These options can include everything from the type of exterior siding materials, to energy-efficiency features, to kitchen appliance upgrades.
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