Where can I find pricing information on your homes?
All pricing comes from the Cavco Home Center where you will be purchasing your new home. They will need to discuss your needs, the location of your home, then factor the cost of finish work and any on site construction costs you may decide to do.
What states do Cavco Home Centers ship to?
Cavco Home Centers serve Arizona, Southern and Central California, New Mexico, Southern Colorado, Texas and Southwest Louisiana.
Can I make changes to my floor plan, such as kitchens, baths, etc.?
Yes, we have in-house engineering and design which enables us to customize your home by changing room sizes, reconfiguring kitchens and baths, increasing size/square footage of home, adding a porch or making other changes to meet your needs.
Can I take a factory tour to see how the homes are built?
Yes, simply have your Cavco Home Center make an appointment with their Manufacturing Center contact to tour the plant with a Cavco representative.
Do you build to the modular code (UBC, IRC), in addition to the manufactured home HUD code?
Yes, we are a leader in building and designing residential modular homes. We also have the ability to take most of our models and convert them from a HUD code to a Modular Code.
What is a Manufactured Home?
Manufactured Homes are built entirely in the factory under the federal building code administered by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Regulations include: design & construction, strength & durability, transportability, fire resistance, energy efficiency & quality.
What is a Modular Home?
Modular Homes are built entirely in the factory and comply with local building code requirements such as UBC, IRC, etc. These are approved by the state, county and are the same codes that typical “stick built” homes are built to. Regulations include: design & construction, strength & durability, transportability, fire resistance, energy efficiency & quality.
Is a Modular Code better than HUD Code?
No, both HUD and Modular Homes are built to stringent construction and energy codes. The value of a Modular code home is in situations where: a) it is required by local ordinance b) there are numerous modular code or custom homes in the appraisal area. It then allows the appraiser to use sales on those homes as comparables and in that situation may raise the appraised value of the home.