Garrett, Indiana based Adventure Homes builds energy-saving factory-crafted homes destined for permanent installation in about 22 states in the U.S., and they can build homes for locations in Canada as well. MHLivingNews learned that Adventure’s floor plans can often be built to either Modular or Manufactured Home codes.
As regular MHLivingNews.com readers know, “Modular” homes are built to meet or exceed a state or local building code used for conventional “on site” construction. Manufactured Homes are built to meet or exceed the federal construction and safety standards established by the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, known as the “HUD Code.” Either code’s homes can be built in the Adventure production center’s quality controlled conditions in weeks vs. months for conventional building. Millions are surprised when they learn that there have been no ‘mobile homes’ built in the U.S. since June 15, 1976!
There are many ‘giant’ companies in manufactured and modular home building, so why would someone consider buying a home from a builder-retailer that represents an independent producer like Adventure?
The answers are found in the thousands of happy home owners who appreciate the details that makes Adventure and their team special. Independent home builders often work harder at keeping their home owners and ‘dealer’ network happy through good customer service.
Adventure began operations in 2009 when Jerry Henry, Walt Fuller and Walter “Wally” Comer purchased the company from a larger operation and financed the start-up of the new brand, which meant they already enjoyed decades of experience.
The management team has been together for well over a decade and has the knowledge and experience needed to produce the highest quality for the lowest price.
The company’s philosophy is simple: Quality and Comfort does not have to be too expensive to afford; and when purchasing a new home you should not have to settle for a “cookie cutter” product.
We plan to bring you a video interview with an Adventure home owner in October who simply couldn’t be more pleased with their new home that they purchased earlier this year.
Until then, enjoy this video tour conducted by Rich Rice of Adventure Homes.
Adventure Homes also builds apartments, workforce ‘man camp’ housing, so called “Park Model” or vacation homes and more. Learn more about Adventure at this link. ##
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