The phrase “Double Wide” literally means that two halves of a home will be put together into one wider structure. These halves typically consist of two fourteen foot sections to create a twenty-eight foot wide home – although two sixteen foot sections are occasionally combined into a thirty-two foot wide. Often called sectional homes, double wides (like single wides) are built to the HUD Code, have a permanent metal frame and do not require a foundation (crawlspace or basement) when being installed.
Manufactured & Modular Homes Blog
We thought we’d take some time to highlight some of the more popular options in our Colony line of homes. You have more choices available than ever before, and hopefully this article will help you with a few of them. Today we will be talking about: Recessed Lighting, Hickory Cabinets, Kitchen Islands, Ceramic Tile, and […]
These pictures are of a Champion home that our friends at Champion sent to us. It is on display at a dealer up in Vermont. I love the rustic feel of this home and I could easily see these details incorporated into our Porch lot model. Here are some pictures of our display model. You […]
Many times, you walk into display houses and think “Wow, this furniture is perfect for this house!” You may start to wonder: will my furniture fit? We can help you with this question. Just give us the dimensions of some of your furniture and roughly where you would like to have it, and we can draw […]
I would like to share the Bellissimo, a 28’x56′ home with lots of great features. This home is on display at Manorwood’s Fall Show. You can still tour this home at the factory. If you would like to arrange a tour of the home and the factory, please give us a call at 1-800-773-2835. I personally […]