Lavon was great. She was patient and very helpful. We did like Ma Williams and won't be looking anywhere else.
Brianna M. – Riverside County
Lavon explained the process very clearly walked and me through it. Once I am ready I will definitely be returning to the Ma Williams sales center.
Pascual G. – Riverside County
Lavon was extremely nice and very helpful. She explained everything about them being able to help with land and the construction of their homes. She is very knowledgeable.
Raul M. – Sun City, CA
Tony is a great salesman, very knowledgeable and very easy to talk to.
Alicia A. – Murrieta, CA
Me and my wife will definitely be revisiting Ma Williams in the near future. We liked this sales center the best over others. Our sales person Marie, was very nice and informative, we will be in contact with her.
Christian and Destiny M. – Inland Empire
One of the many benefits of manufactured homes is how they incorporate eco-friendly construction methods.
As we reported last month, a National Association of Home Builders article found that manufactured homes eliminate as much as 75% of the 8,000 pounds of waste generated in the construction of a 2,000 square-foot site-built home.
So if you purchase a manufactured home, you can feel good about that choice and how it impacts the planet. But why stop there? Once you’ve moved in, here are some additional tips for going green that will make your home more sustainable and more attractive as well!
The nice thing about eco-friendly flooring is that you won’t find your color or texture choices limited. Linoleum, wool carpet and reclaimed hardwood all qualify as green solutions, as do more exotic options like cork and bamboo.
Check the cans before you select a house paint – many of the top brands contain toxic materials. There are alternative options – paints without harmful chemical pigments – that look just as great and will last just as long.
Windows and doors are the access points for the weather outside to get into your home, where it can impact how much energy you use in your heating and cooling systems. But in addition to tight seals, you can go one step further by opting for door panels and window frames from renewable sources like salvaged lumber and used aluminum.
Furniture made from reclaimed materials has become a popular option, particularly among millennials. By selecting pieces made with reclaimed timber, scrap steel or fiberglass, you’ll not only be doing your part for the environment, you’ll be keeping up with the latest trend as well!
In addition to making eco-friendly selections for your home’s interior, it also helps if you develop habits that also promote energy efficiency, from looking into solar panels to turning off lights when you leave a room, to installing low-flow bathroom fixtures. Every little bit helps.