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About Champion Arizona

Champion Home Builders is the second biggest manufacturer of modular homes in the country. The company was founded in 1953. Its first facility in Arizona opened in 1999, and over 7,000 manufactured and modular homes in Chandler were built since then. 

Champion uses advanced engineering and construction methods to provide high-quality and affordable homes for their customers. The construction process is followed by thorough quality audits by in-house and third-party federal or state specialists. Each Champion home passes 100 inspection steps. 

Champion practices “green construction” and uses a combination of heating and cooling systems that are 20 to 30 percent more efficient than in standard homes. 

The company has earned four awards at 2018 Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI) National Industry Home Design Awards.

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About Golden West (Albany, OR)

Golden West Homes is a member of the Clayton Homes family of brands and is one of the most recognized names in manufacturing housing industry on the West Coast. Golden West has built more than 70,000 houses since 1965.

In its turn, Clayton Homes is the largest builder of manufactured and modular homes in the US. They build homes since 1956.

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About Champion (Lindsay, CA)

Champion Home Builders is the second biggest modular home manufacturer in North America. The company was founded in 1953. Over the years Champion has built over 1,700,000 custom mobile, manufactured, and modular homes for its customers. 

Champion home designs are resource efficient and award-winning. 

Champion practices “green construction” which has a better effect on the environment. For their homes, the company uses a combination of heating and cooling systems that are 20 to 30 percent more efficient than in standard homes. 

Homes built by Champion meet all the national, state, and local building codes and undergo quality inspections at each construction phase.

Champion has earned four awards at 2018 Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI) National Industry Home Design Awards for Manufactured and Modular Housing.

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About Karsten (Albuquerque)

Karsten Homes is a member of the Clayton Homes family of brands. Karsten is well-known for its contemporary designs and dedication to customers.

As a part of the Clayton family, Karsten houses follow the same quality standards.

Clayton Homes is the largest builder of manufactured and modular homes in the US. They build homes since 1956. Clayton houses are sustainable and efficient and go through thorough third-party inspections. 

The company is dedicated to building green and is a proud ENERGY STAR partner. Clayton constructs ENERGY STAR certified homes that use less energy for heating, cooling, and hot water heating, and meet all of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) energy efficiency requirements. 

Clayton has multiple Manufactured Housing Institute awards in design and retail.

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About Cavco (Arizona)

Durango Homes, a division of Cavco Homes, is a leader in the manufactured housing industry in the Southwest. The company was founded and started building homes in 1965. 

Cavco Durango is committed to its customers and builds high quality, energy efficient manufactured and modular homes in an environmentally protected factory. 

Building green is one of the core principles of the company. Durango houses allow to use alternative energy sources and have environmentally-friendly maintenance requirements. 

Cavco Durango meets all building codes and requirements of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), including International (IRC) and Universal (UBC) building codes.

Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI) named Cavco Industries Manufacturer of the Year 7 times in a row from 2010-2016. The company also has multiple awards for exterior and interior designs.

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About Golden West (Perris, CA)

As a part of the Clayton family, Golden West houses follow the same quality standards.

Clayton houses are sustainable and efficient and go through thorough third-party inspections. The company is dedicated to building green and is a proud ENERGY STAR partner. Clayton constructs ENERGY STAR certified homes that use less energy for heating, cooling, and hot water heating, and meet all of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) energy efficiency requirements. 

Clayton has multiple Manufactured Housing Institute awards in design and retail.

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About Palm Harbor (Albany,OR)

Palm Harbor Homes is one of the leading builders of modular and manufactured homes in the US. The company was founded in 1977 after the HUD Code took effect. Palm Harbor is owned and operated by Cavco Industries.

Palm Harbor is one of few manufacturers who also specializes in constructing manufactured homes and modular homes on your lot. 

Palm Harbor houses are of high quality, affordable, and green. The company offers its customers EnerGmiser Energy Management system that can cut utility costs up to 30%. Palm Harbor can build manufactured and modular houses that meet all the requirements for certification with ENERGY STAR, LEED, NAHB and most other local and national green-built programs if required by a customer. 

The company is also an award-winning ENERGY STAR partner.

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