Tony was very helpful in answering our questions and giving us information. We would gladly recommend anyone interested in these home to ask Tony!
Mario and Laura A. – Desert Hot Springs, CA
I initially googled manufactured home companies in the area and came across Ma Williams. I then went to the website and it was very informative, I probably would have never called if it wouldn't have been. I also liked that it was family owned. I called and spoke to Tony, he did an awesome job in answering all my questions and provided me with things I requested.
Jaques P. – San Diego, CA
I am very impressed with the service provided from Lavon - it has been far better than any other sales center I've spoke with.
Bethany L. – San Diego, Ca
There is no doubt that Ma Williams will earn our business, Marie was fabulous! We couldn't be happier with her and I'm sure we won't go anywhere else. Marie was absolutely the best. She's so friendly and helpful.
Ulysses and Maria B. – Sun City, CA
Lavon was absolutely outstanding. She is so knowledgeable and was extremely helpful. - Again, Lavon was excellent!
Joe P. – Nuevo, CA
We’re in the midst of another long, hot summer, with no relief in sight.
The manufactured homes offered by Ma Williams all feature top-quality insulation to keep the heat outside where it belongs. But when the temperatures approach triple digits you may need to take additional steps for keeping cool. Try these:
Any appliance that generates heat, like your clothes dryer and dishwasher, will pump some of that heat into your home. So why not wash and dry your dishes the old-fashioned way? It might lower your energy bill too!
If you hang a damp sheet in an open window, it will cool any incoming breezes. You can also try sleeping on a damp sheet, a cool way to turn in that’s been used by desert-dwellers for thousands of years.
Why heat up your kitchen by running the oven? Go out to dinner instead. We expect this tip will be especially popular with whoever does the cooking in your family!
Keep your shutters, blinds or curtains drawn during the day. While manufactured homes install windows that cut down on the amount of heat that passes into your home, keeping the sun blocked will lower those levels even further.
Lighter colors and loose fitting garments can keep you (slightly) more comfortable if you have to be outside.
Drink plenty of water and take it with you when you head out.
Long-lasting compact fluorescent bulbs produce about 70 percent less heat than standard incandescents.
Do you have any tips for beating the summer heat? Share them on our Facebook page!