”Ma” Williams, manufactured and modular homes

Four Tips for Creating the Perfect Home Office

Advances in technology and communication have now made it possible for millions of Americans to work from home. But those who accept that responsibility are also expected to be as productive at their jobs as those who drive to work every day. For that reason, a home office should be more than a table and […]

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10 Advantages of Manufactured Homes

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 […]

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Manufactured Homes in the Big City

Would you know if you were living next-door to a manufactured home? Probably not – since today’s models compare favorably with any type of home on size, design, quality, safety and beauty. While manufactured homes are typically found in rural areas or in specially designated communities, these days you can also spot them in neighborhoods […]

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Accessory Dwelling Units: The FAQs of ADUs

Earlier this year, new laws were passed in California to promote the development of accessory dwelling units, or ADUs. But even without this new legislation, many homeowners and landowners have already explored the possibilities of adding a second living unit on their property. Many of these would be classified as manufactured homes, and Ma Williams […]

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The Cities We Serve: Valley Center

Would you like to live near a hellhole? You’d be surprised how many people would! Valley Center, a small community in northern San Diego County, is home to the Hellhole Canyon Preserve, a 1,900-acre nature reserve that, despite its provocative name, features beautiful scenery and stunning ocean views. It’s a popular hiking spot among the […]

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Indoor Plants That Beautify Your Home (And Clean the Air!)

Plants are awesome. There’s nothing like a little greenery to brighten up any room in your manufactured home. But with thousands of varieties to choose from, the biggest problem might be which ones to select from the nursery. But if you’ve just moved into your residence, or you just recently completed some renovations or upgrades, […]

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Will Manufactured Homes Increase in Value?

Among the (many) misperceptions about manufactured homes is that they either don’t increase in value, or they rise in value more slowly that homes built the old-fashioned way. But a recent report from the Urban Institute, a think tank based in Washington DC, suggests otherwise. It states that manufactured homes now achieve an average annual […]

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The Cities We Serve: Palm Springs/Palm Desert

Palm Springs and Palm Desert have two qualities in common: Both are located within the Coachella Valley in California’s Riverside County, and both are popular destinations for manufactured homes supplied by Ma Williams. Palm Springs is clearly the more famous of the two, having been a resort destination for more than 100 years. During the […]

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Reviews to Yelp About

As you’ll read on our “About Us” page, Ma Williams is a third-generation, family owned and operated company that is still guided by this principle Ma established nearly 50 years ago: The customer always comes first. The internet didn’t exist back then, so all of our customer referrals came from satisfied homeowners who couldn’t wait […]

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From Factory to Site: How Your Manufactured Home is Transported

When you speak with someone about manufactured homes, you’ll spend a lot of time discussing the various models available and the amenities that come with them. And you’ll also talk about site preparation, and what happens before and after the home arrives. But there’s another step that falls in between – the transportation process. This […]

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The Cities We Serve: Winchester

Did you ever move to a new community, hoping to enjoy a slower pace and quieter atmosphere – only to have wave after wave of new residents move in around you, disrupting that tranquility you were promised? That’s not likely to happen if you relocate to Winchester, located in Riverside County. In the year 2000, […]

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The Cities We Serve: Nuevo

If you really want to get away from it all, have we got a place for you. It’s a town called “Nuevo,” which means “new” in Spanish. But there’s not much that’s new here outside of the manufactured homes going up for Ma Williams customers. This unincorporated area of Riverside County consists of just 6.8 […]

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