Marie was very helpful and he appreciated how she clearly explained the process detail for detail. We had inquired with another sales center and left confused. We would love to purchase a doublewide from Ma Williams. Marie has sent even more information since the initial inquiry.
Luis and Stephanie M. – Romoland, Ca
"I had a wonderful experience when visiting your sales center and I learned a lot throughout the visit that I didn't know beforehand. Darcy was an absolute delight. She took us all around the property showing us different models and she answered all of our questions."
We were just in there Saturday and Marie did a great job!"
Erin Caley, Riverside County
Everything was good at Ma Williams. Marie was extremely nice and helpful.
Raul G. – Riverside County
I absolutely loved my salesperson, Tony. He did an excellent job and was so helpful. He'll be the first person I go to when I know I'm ready. I can't tell you how nice and helpful he was. He answered every question I had and was so patient with me."
Alberto and Rosie – Menifee, CA
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 a computer set up anywhere near a wall outlet. You’re going to be spending a lot of time there, so you might as well be comfortable, and have the resources you need for a good day’s work.
Here are four tips that will help you create an appealing and functional home office in your manufactured home.
Office work means sitting most of the time, so the right chair is essential. It may cost a little more for a comfortable, ergonomically correct model, but your back will appreciate the investment after a long day. And since it’s never good to be too sedentary for too long, a height-adjustable standing desk can get you on your feet for a while, without sacrificing productivity.
One of the benefits of a home office is it doesn’t have to look like the drab, gray-black-beige spaces of most cubicles and conference rooms. This is your workplace and it should reflect your preferences and personality. Choose your favorite colors and let them fly.
Papers, folders, envelopes, pens, pencils, paper clips – offices run on supplies. They also run on technology that requires cords and wires and plugs. Most people get more done when they are working in a space that is clean and organized. So wrap those cords in covers and grommets so they won’t pile up and get tangled, and put the other items you use every day in a place where you won’t have to search for them.
If you can, choose a room or an area in your manufactured home with a window that lets in plenty of sunlight. Then position your workspace with this light source behind you, so you’re not dealing with any glare while working at the computer.