Lavon at Ma Williams has been very helpful and patient. We don't want to dive into anything before having all the facts and also knowing our plan. If we do decide to go with a modular home, we will definitely revisit Ma Williams.
Amanda and Shawn C. – Temecula, CA
Tony is doing a great job! I couldn't be happier.
Lisa and Bob K. – Menifee, CA
Claudia had stepped in to help Tony while he was busy, and she was very knowledgeable on all of our questions we had. She left no unanswered and was even able to help with finding someone to possibly remove our manufactured home to place a new one there. Very great and we left with all of our questions answered.
Veronica L. – Hemet, CA
I had a great experience at the Ma Williams Sales Center. Tony and the manager were very helpful. I will be in touch when things start moving forward.
Wesley R. – Temecula, CA
We enjoyed our visit very much, Tony was awesome! We really just wanted to see what they looked like. They sure are beautiful these days.
Herbert B. – Canyon Lake, CA
For nearly 20 years, the How Stuff Works website (howstuffworks.com) has become a go-to destination for explanations of countless burning questions, from how galaxies work to why concert tickets are so expensive.
Not long ago we spotted an article there entitled “10 Advantages of Manufactured Homes.” You can read that article here, but here’s a quick summary of why they think these homes are an option worth considering.
The difference may be up to 10-35% less per square foot than site-built homes. That’s a big savings, especially here in California.
Construction on a manufactured home may take just 1/3 of the time of building a home the old-fashioned way. That means you can move into your dream house even faster!
Add a deck or a garage; upgrade the appliances, modify the floor plan to fit your family’s needs – with today’s modern manufactured homes, you’ll have choices on how to customize the space inside and out.
The manufactured homes offered by Ma Williams come from companies that emphasize energy efficiency. You’ll see it in the way they are built, the heating and cooling systems, the lights and the appliances. Think of the impact that will have on your power bill.
Rain and snow and high winds only impact home construction when you’re building a house outside. When homes are assembled in a factory, the materials and processes are in place to finish work on schedule.
The quality of construction on manufactured homes is so consistent that issues rarely arise. But if they do, whether it’s a construction concern or related to windows, doors, appliances, or many other features, it will be covered in the first year. And reasonably priced extended warranties are also available to provide additional protection.
What do you love most about your manufactured home? Let us know on our Facebook page!