Clayton Homes has quality modular homes and manufactured homes for sale. Take the first step towards homeownership today!
Visit our Home Center in Boise, Idaho and tour some of the homes on display. We also have more than one hundred floor plans to choose from and we’ll help you design you home so it fits your needs perfectly.
All Clayton homes are built in a factory-like setting but are best suited for permanent foundations.
Contact one of our home consultants and they’ll help you find your dream home.
Modular home, manufactured home and mobile home are often used interchangeably to describe a home that is not site-built. Whichever term you use, you’re guaranteed a quality home when buying from Clayton Homes in Boise, Idaho. Clayton Homes represent the best of today’s home building systems and all our homes are built in factory-like settings. However, you might still wonder what the difference between a manufactured home, a modular home and a mobile home is and which you should choose.
Manufactured homes can be very similar in appearance to modular homes. The main difference is the code the home is built to. Manufactured homes are built to conform to the same federal code, no matter where they will be delivered. A manufactured home is built on a permanent chassis to ensure transportability. However, it is typically not moved from its initial installed site.
A modular home is transported to the construction site as finished “modules” for final assembly on the foundation and cannot be transported once placed on the land. It conforms to the building codes that are required at the specific location it will be delivered to. This type of home is the fastest growing segment in the home building industry.
All our homes are best suited for permanent foundations and are not considered as being mobile. By definition, a mobile home is a home built before June 15, 1976.
Get value for your money! Choosing a home from Clayton Homes can save you both time and money without compromising on the quality. We’ve put together 5 reasons why you should buy a modular or manufactured home.