If You Are Searching For A Mobile Home Or Manufactured Home In Riverside County Then You’ve Come To The Right Place.
Wholesale Manufactured Homes is a full service dealer that can help you install a new home in Riverside County. We can help with permits, determine whether or not you’ll need a sprinkler system, or let you know if your site is located in a wildland urban interface zone. Building a home can be complicated but don’t worry, we have experience in Riverside County and are here to help.
Riverside County is the 4th most populous county in California, which was caused by an influx of residents who moved from other populous regions of Southern California due to affordable housing and a growing economy, with a rise in job and land opportunities. Riverside County is comprised of a large span of area from Temecula Valley, Coachella Valley, Riverside, Ontario, and San Bernardino. Riverside County harbors many beautiful destinations, such as Joshua Tree National Park, and resort cities such as Indio and Palm Springs. With an abundance of development, Riverside County is known for its suburbs and tract housing designs. Tract Housing defines suburbs, giving these communities and houses a uniform look. If you would like to stand out among the herd, we recommend considering new manufactured homes as an alternative.
These fully customizable modern masterpieces have much more options than in the past years. Since they are constructed in a factory, they can range in many different sizes. Along with this customizability aspect, it goes beyond way more than that. New manufactured homes are available in partial or complete drywall with a full range of exterior, interior, window, flooring, and appliance options. Although originally built for mobile parks, you can now place these new manufactured homes on private property. They are then transported to the building site on their own wheels, in one or two sections depending on the size of the home, and joined by construction professionals. Manufactured homes must comply with the U.S. government’s Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards, otherwise known as HUD code. The HUD code requires manufactured homes to be built on a steel chassis, which is permanent. You can access information from the California Department of Housing and Community Development here.
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