Everything was very good at Ma Williams. Marie was extremely nice and helpful.
Raul G. – San Diego 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
Cindy gave us general information we wanted, I enjoyed the visit and speaking with Cindy. This is the only manufactured home company we are considering at this time!
Janet C. – Lake Riverside Estates, Ca
I was looking at modular homes online and came across Ma Williams. I spoke with Tim over the phone and through email. Tim has been very helpful.
Amber B. – Riverside, CA
Lavon will be the first person we go and see when we're ready to purchase. Lavon was absolutely wonderful. She opened so many doors and gave us more information than we would have ever imagined we needed. She is just full of knowledge! She exposed us to so many different options to think about when we do put a home on our land. We look forward to working with her next year!
Paul and Stephanie R. – Winchester, CA
While it can be risky trying to predict the future, we think we have a pretty good idea of what tomorrow’s manufactured homes will look like.
Think about the issues that are most important to homebuilders and buyers today; at the top of that list is energy efficiency. This is particularly true in California, where an approaching net zero energy mandate may require every new home to generate as much power as it consumes.
To achieve that ambitious goal will require changes in home design, in the materials used to build manufactured homes, and in the appliances and heating/cooling systems installed inside.
The good news is such sustainability is no longer one of those exciting prospects that always remains on the horizon, just out of reach, like those futuristic cars on display every year at the auto show that never seem to make it to the dealer showrooms.
Last year, at the Greenbuild International Conference & Expo in Los Angeles, attendees caught a glimpse of tomorrow’s manufactured home – and it looked pretty good.
The modular structure offered a flexible floor plan of nearly 1,800 square feet, with a movable wall inside that would expand living room space or create an additional bedroom.
And that zero energy mandate? Already accomplished thanks in part to a dishwasher that reuses water from the final rinse for the next load, and a “power wall” to store electricity from solar panels.
No, this model is not yet available, and probably won’t be for a while. But if you’re in the market for a manufactured home, you are already doing your part to lower your carbon footprint. Today’s top suppliers, such as Silvercrest and Skyline, are building some of today’s most environmentally-friendly, energy-efficient homes available today.
Ready to take a closer look? Our land/home package is a great place to start. Find out more here