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Bill was the home consultant from Clayton Homes that helped us. He was very great from the very beginning. We went there one time to look around then we went to another mobile home dealer in the city but we decided to go back to Bill to ask some of our questions and he was so helpful and knowledgeable. He would answer everything that I had a question about. If he doesn’t know, he would get the answer to it. Then I also had some issues with the little things underneath the sink because they were busted so it was making the sewer smell go throughout our house.
As soon as we called him, he had someone call me almost immediately trying to come out to fix and look at it. Then they came out, fixed it and I never had any problem since. Even after that, he had given us his phone number and he was always available. I work full time and I have three kids so I don’t have time to always make phone calls but he would text me back about questions that I had. It was more than I could ever have asked for, ever. I really appreciate everything they did. There was another guy that worked there and he wasn’t very nice. But Bill was super great, and it was a hundred percent home buying process satisfaction.
Katelyn, thank you so much for taking the time to share your home buying experience with us! We are so glad to hear that everything went well and that you are so satisfied.
We worked with a Scott here in Quicksburg and he has been wonderful. We debated on a few different homes and his help and experience helped us make the best decision possible and we’re very happy with our home. Anytime we’ve ever had a problem, he came out and did a walk through with us and sent somebody in very quickly and got things fixed for us. He had to order us a few new parts that were damaged in transport. Anytime I ever needed anything, I call him and he always gets right back to me. It was a fantastic experience overall and we just recommended my boss to come down and talk to Scott about getting a home.
Kellie, Thank you for taking the time to share your Clayton Homes experience with others. We’re happy that you’re enjoying your new home and that you had such a positive home buying experience!
I'm very satisfied with our salesman and our home buying process at Clayton Homes. We got a brand new set of appliances that came with the house and our energy usage is astounding. We moved from a smaller house to a bigger one but our power bill has gone down. The appliances we are using are probably using the same amount of energy but the insulation of our heat pump is more efficient. We've been extremely happy with that. We also had a well dug, a septic system put in and I've added porches to the house aside from the standard 4x4's that you have to get in the same pass codes. So, we've extended those with a fence in a backyard. I grew up in the area and so we love the community. We would buy from them again if we ever needed another house. They were phenomenal.
experience with others. We’re happy that you’re enjoying your new home and saving on energy costs!
Everything has been wonderful with Clayton Homes. We picked out a home that was on the lot and we really loved it. It came when they said it would and it's a beautiful home. Cara, our consultant, was great and even gave us her cellphone number. She said that if we needed anything or didn't feel like we were getting what we needed, we could call her directly and she'd get on it. But we’ve never had to go that route. If a friend would ask us about Clayton, we'd tell him to go down there and talk to Cara. She brought in her supervisor, too, and he was part of all of the paperwork. So everything was right at the table, right when we needed it, and they were very open.
So far, we're having a few little pits and pats with our modular home. From where it moved to where we’re at now, there were some bumps but we’re working it out with them. It’s the same thing with a brand new home where things need to be repaired here and there and you’re still under warranty. Anytime we needed any work done or something came up, Clayton always sent somebody out. It's usually TJ and he's been pleasant. When the kitchenette part of our counter top was very loose, their guy also came out to work on it.
I am very satisfied with Clayton Homes. About 20 years ago, we bought a mobile home and it was quite a trying experience. We thought we were buying a mobile home that included a deck, steps, air conditioning, and all the good stuff. Then we found out when we went to close that there were things that weren't included and we had to pay an extra $4000. Another dealer that I talked with previously to Clayton Homes said he would come look at my trade-in. But he wouldn’t give me any concrete prices as far as what the deal was going to cost, and when he was going to come by.
Go see Jim and Carl over at the Morganton branch and they’ll give you a good deal.
When I bought a brand new unit from Clayton Homes, my home consultant was perfect. After it got installed, they made their last look around and took care of little issues of any sort that might not be exactly right. But after that, it was a done deal and they washed their hands off. I had to go ahead and change out six plugs because of faulty workmanship on the electrical on the inside of the mobile home. I took care of it and I didn’t make an issue of it. But Clayton might have to look into something of that sort where they could make a happy customer happy because he shouldn’t be responsible for that. So, I was satisfied with the home buying thing but Clayton has a flaw in their system that they need to try to take care of. Other than that, they got good service and I'd tell a friend to buy a home from them.
I would highly recommend Clayton Homes. The whole staff down there was excellent. If we had questions, we’d call. In the beginning, we thought of buying a home but when we went there to see what stuff they had and after Angie explained their process, we ended up not doing the house. Also, we changed our mind a couple of times about which mobile home we wanted, and they didn’t hesitate to fix it and resubmit it. The whole process took a month. It was really good.
My wife bought a Clayton home in 2003 from Conway. She picked that one out and we had it moved. Unfortunately, with Conway, we had a terrible experience and we had dedicated ourselves to not going to go back there. But knowing that we needed a bigger home now, I decided that I'd drive by there and see what they had. I tried to work with them but I did not feel that it was a good place for me to do business. So I drove to Florence one Saturday with my wife where they had several manufactured homes. I got to meet with the folks from Florence and I have nothing but good things to say about them and their level of service from Andy, Stacy and Happy who oversaw everything. As a matter of fact, I tell anybody that lives in the Myrtle Beach, Conway, Georgetown and the Andrews area that the hour and 15-minute drive to Florence is well worth it.
We made several trips to make sure that this was the home that we wanted because we figured that it would be our forever home. I'm 48 and my wife's 50 so we understood that signing a 20-year note was going to put us past our 70s, and we would not typically look at houses again at 71 so we wanted to make sure we got all the upgrades. I was the one who was more concerned about the process of how the house was built while my wife was more worried about the cosmetics. When we went in and it was our first time there, I met Andy who became my salesman and he gave us the freedom to walk around and look at it. Once we landed on a home, we made sure that was it.
Andy wasn't afraid to ask for the sale and I'm in sales so I knew how important that was. He answered every one of my questions and when the time came, we decided we loved the one that was on the lot. We went with the biggest one at the time, the ROCKETEER 7. Andy took his time with us. We looked at colors for the cabinet, the carpet, the flooring, the hardwoods, what we could take in, what we could take out and upgrades. When you get a new home, there's got to be some touch-ups here and there and they worked with us. It was a pleasant experience.
We started shopping in January and it took a little bit for us to decide it what we wanted to do. We made that decision somewhere around the 1st of March. And we did credit apps at that point and we closed it the end of March. From there, it took six weeks or so to get the house to Florence. We went out, inspected it and got the house on the land. We got set up and me running to the county doing all I had to do. Sometime in June, we were moving in the house.
The overall quality of the house is good but there are some things I wish that they could fix like when they put the crown molding on the ceilings because mine's sheetrock. But other than that, as far as the quality, I'm happy with everything. It was not rushed, there was fair pricing, and there was service after the sale. Clayton should give their Florence office an award for just being the best, I would highly recommend it.
Where I live, a person who owns a mobile home park has dealt with the other office in Conway which is only 15 minutes from my house. He sent three people to them and his son even bought a house from them and it's been a horror story for them. When you have a man who owns a business like he owns, he probably has a hundred homes and he owns several himself, it seemed like Clayton would want to go above and beyond. And I told him he should have gone to Florence. And I want to keep the money in my community here just like anybody does. Customer service goes a long way like that of Andy and Happy and Sandy. Now, my daughter's looking at buying a home at Clayton in Florence.
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A few months ago we decided to give Clayton Homes in Charlottesville Va a try, we went in and met a guy named Michael. He sounded like he knew what he was doing in the beginning and we trusted him. He rushed us for the deposit and we did everything he asked on time! Once he received our deposit he never contacted us back unless we pressured him! We had chosen a land that we wanted and we even got down with our pre approval process. He never checked on us and he never went and found out about the land like he said he would in two days. He lied! And because of him we lost the land we wanted and when I emailed him about it he said that he would get info on the land and this is over a month after he said he would have gotten it done!
We messaged the guy about the land and he told me that the land was sold of. It was that easy for me to find out. How come he couldn’t over a month? After I told him we wanted our deposit back he was trying to get us to buy a different piece of land that we do not want because it will end up costing us more due to his unprofessionalism! And he told us he would get back to us about our deposit and I have emailed him and he has not responded even after telling us he dropped the ball with us! We are not the first people he has done this to! Thanks.
Kimberley, we are sorry to hear about your experience in Charlottesville. A member of our Customer Advocacy Team will be reaching out shortly to gather more information.
If I ever run into anybody wanting to get a home, I would definitely suggest Clayton Homes. The home buying process was excellent. Darnell was my salesman and Mike was the manager. I was in contact with all of them and they made the experience perfect. As far as the forms that they needed, Darnell helped along every step of the way. He was able to fax, email and do whatever he needed to do to make it as easy as possible for me to buy a home.
Clayton Homes have been good when things need to be fixed and they're good about coming out quick. The whole process took six months. And the people I worked with gave a lot of information and stayed on calling me back, as well as texting me. If a friend would ask about them, I recommend they go to the Lexington location.
The Clayton Homes consultant was very professional, letting me know how everything was working out and trying to inquire everything about me. They kept us informed on everything and what we were approved for. He also kept me in contact. The application took two and a half weeks at the most, but everything worked for the best. It was a good experience.
Clayton Homes have good people and they take care of you. I was going down the Interstate to buy a trailer from somebody, but I drove by Clayton Homes when I got on the service road so I turned around, went back, and called in. Michelle was the exceptional sales lady who showed me everything they had on the lot and I picked out one and bought it. I paid cash for the trailer and they delivered it in about a week and a half then they came back to put the steps in. I've enjoyed the trailer ever since I've been in it and it is a nice trailer. Everything works.
The Clayton Homes representative I met with did well. He was really nice, polite, and worked with us very well. With the home buying process taking about a week, we purchased a home and had it brought in. They set it up pretty well but the siding man worked by himself and we ended up figuring how to pick up. He didn’t nail it on good, so I took it upon myself to reapply to the house and put it back together. Everything else was a go. I’d recommend Clayton Homes but I'd tell the others to inspect after they set it up to make sure they’re happy with what they bought.
The home buying process at Clayton was wonderful. We were very welcome. The seller, Brent, treated us just like family the whole time we were there. Anything that we asked, he was able to answer. He took care of me, my wife and our girls very well. The process was done within weeks. Also, whatever we felt like we wanted to change about our home, they complied with it very well. Instead of getting the underpinning and the steps, we took the money and we put a fireplace in our home. I was able to save money in that situation because it was going to cost so much to get the underpinning and the steps. And it was actually cheaper to get the fireplace instead of those two. Plus I put the underpinning and steps in myself.
I'm waiting for them to come out and make a few alterations to some stuff. Our outside receptacles don't work right now, and they're supposed to come out and take a look at it and find out what problem it was. A little bit of our trimwork has come off the wall, so they're supposed to come out and fix that also. But I'm fairly satisfied with everything. Clayton Homes has very well-built homes and very good people to work with. We have already referred them to friends.
I am very satisfied with both the home buying process and the home consultant at Clayton Homes. They were very knowledgeable and I would recommend them.
We are getting older and so we looked at houses down at Harrisburg. When we came, we just decided we wanted a Clayton Home since we knew where it is at. So, we looked at the homes two or three different times, and we found one we like. The people there were just as nice as they could be. They helped us in every way they could and we went ahead and got the home in. They brought it down and set it up, and if we had any problems with it, we just call them up and they come down and fix it. They took really good care of me and they fixed the house the way I wanted it. The process takes about five months. It took that long to get it set up because in the state of Illinois we have some taxes that we had to wait for them to get it all through, more or less just the paperwork.
Nevertheless, overall, our experience was very good. I’m very satisfied. They had really done a good job and when I had it set up about two or three feet off the ground, that was what they had done. Everything is guaranteed for a year that anything goes wrong, we just call them up. We have been here for about nine months now.
I went with what was closest to me and the home buying process at Clayton Homes was quick and easy. The consultant kept me up to date, made sure everything was going good and asked if I needed anything quite often. Plus the quality of the home is good.
I called Clayton Homes and talked to Ron to ask some general questions. When we went up there to Sulphur Springs, I asked for him. He sat us down and started talking about what we wanted, what we needed, and getting the basic information. Then we started looking. It went quickly. We were going to finance it. However, I decided that I was just going to buy it so my son would have a place to live and not have to worry about anything, so I paid for the house in cash. From the time we did that until it was put in place, it was a month and a half. Ron was straightforward and he had answers to everything. Then Donahue came in and we just had a great time with him. They were wonderful to work with.
We had a very fun experience. My son has done construction. He and Ron talked the technicalities, and he decided the building and structure were appropriate, so we found the home. We looked at two or three different ones that were within the price range we wanted and my son picked one. I would tell others that if they could get a hold of Sulphur Springs, which is where the plant is, they need to go to Clayton instead of somewhere else because they’re the ones that can make the choices, decisions, and changes.
The reps at Clayton Homes were wonderful. They sat down with me and helped me out step-by-step. They took their time and went over everything thoroughly. With the stuff I didn't understand, I asked them and they helped me through it, and broke it down to where I would understand it. It was an easy process and they made me feel comfortable in every move I made. The whole process was pretty quick and I was 100% satisfied.
Factory Product Shoddy - Buckeye - Purchased our Clayton Home and had it delivered in October of 2017. Due to drop ship no clean up was done to the outside or inside of the home. Normal shipping problems such as cracks can be expected and the factory sends someone to fix items such as this. However, there are so many issues with this home, I'll try to list as many as I can. The factory paint job is so poor can't even call it a paint job. Overspray everywhere, nothing was taped off to paint. Paint is on the floors, cabinets, toggle switches and lights, fire alarms, no caulking in the home including door jams, baseboards, etc. There is drywall tape visible in many areas. Did not clean the floors before applying the tiles on the floor so there are dimples under the tiles. Paint on outside vent from the dryer has peeled off. The hot water heater door is made of particle board and is expanding.
About 5 panels on the outside are cracked. Paint is sketchy throughout the inside. The stove quit working after about two weeks and since Thanksgiving was coming we had to purchase a new stove at the cost of $650. The kitchen faucet had to be replaced at a cost of $250. Paint is on the backsplash in the kitchen and on the stainless steel exhaust fixture. The exhaust was put in before painting so there is a line of wall behind the glass that isn't painted. Numerous cabinet doors had to be replaced as they didn't close properly and still don't. Front door doesn't lock properly. The shower tub areas have glue left all over them, also paint is all over the tub area as well. Salesperson in Mesa, Mike **, didn't mention anything about drop ship conditions. Also neglected to mention that the kitchen cabinets weren't a varnish but a paper that is put on the cabinets. Therefore they will mark up easily and peel with time.
Approximately $9,000 was required to have the home shipped and set by Clayton. It only takes about $3500 to $4500 to have a home set (we paid $3500 by a local licensed contractor), so that leaves about $5,500 to have the home cleaned. Why should the homeowner pay to have the mess cleaned up that was created at the factory? I've purchased many homes and we have never had to pay to have a home cleaned up after construction is completed. The only thing that the Clayton Homes wanted was our cash and we didn't even get to see the completed product before it was delivered to our lot in Vernon. It leaves me to believe that the only thing they were interested in was our money. Any other buyers beware of Clayton Homes.
I do want to add that Clayton has sent out to our home a person that is tasked with fixing the mess left by the factory. Lee ** is the person tasked and he and his wife are the only silver lining in this saga. Kudos to Lee and Kim for going the extra mile. Shame on the factory for not having a quality control walkthrough before shipping out homes to unsuspecting customers such as my husband and I. Finally, how can Clayton Homes sell a product this bad???
Linda, we apologize for the home buying experience you've had thus far. A member of our Customer Advocacy Team will be in touch to gather more information. Thank you for taking the time to let us know about these issues!
Where do I start with the bill and Steven BS from Lubbock store. I don't think they ever were honest with me. After initial sales agreement price was increased 5 times all with the same excuse. One of which, 10,000.00 increase, they didn't even communicate. It just showed up on closing documents. Now 6 months after closing they ask for another sales agreement saying deal is done but we need this for our records. It was for 7,000.00 less than closing cost. There was issue with linoleum bill. Said he'd get me a cash settlement on it. Never happened. I asked for them to get on roof and check a spot. Bill stood in yard and said, "Oh no. It looks great." I've been in construction either full time or as side work for close to 25 years and knew he couldn't tell from there.
The factory service guys came by and I explained the roof concern. They went up and checked to find the ridge cap missing in a section. Now it can be fixed and prevent future damage. There was no coordination in the setup of the home. I would get a call at 10 am saying they were on the way and needed in. It's 25 miles from my office and I am often in the field. The guys came in And put up framing for skirting with no notice. I stopped to find it had been done. They framed it 2 days before the electric and water were done leaving them to hand dig under it instead of holding off and working together so they could just run the trencher.
After closing the end of August they came out right away to stake for home. Bill immediately started commenting that I would need to come up with more money. I was now going to have to do land prep which was shown in closing documents to be included with purchase. They refused to do local permitting and I had to rush to try to get it in time because they felt they couldn't wait even though it was their septic paperwork that was needed to get the local permit. To get through FHA inspector they only had sent one set of handrails for each step and needed two.
They took the rail off the front put on back for a photo then moved both to the front. They were supposed to bring the others over but after a month still not here. They say they are coming next week now. I had two sets of steps from a different trailer. They said not to worry they are included in price of home. At closing the steps were added on for over 700.00. I tried contacting corporate but to date have had no response. I wish I had never went here. Just stay away from these guys.
Rob, I apologize for the experience you've had at our Lubbock location. A member of our Customer Advocacy Team will be in touch with you soon to gather more information. Thank you for bringing this to our attention!
I was very satisfied with the home buying process at Clayton Homes and I was very happy with the home consultant. They stepped in, took care of us and did an excellent job. We lost our house in a fire and we ended up getting this place. The staff at Clayton Homes were wonderful, caring and considerate folks. They called me once a week and also let me know when it was ordered and the day it was going to be set up. They told me a couple of days in advance to make sure everything was ready since the home was coming. They worked hard to get it here and get it set up as fast as possible so we would have a place to live. I would recommend Clayton Homes to anybody.
Clayton Homes was something that I knew. There was also Palm Harbor but it was expensive. Across the street from them was Crown Homes but I haven't heard good things from them. I went to Clayton and had a pretty good home buying experience. The process took two months from the time we went in there and started paperwork until we actually got the house. It was pretty quick and it was pretty smooth from beginning to end. And the people at Clayton Homes informed me on everything, always answered and I could just call them whenever. The built of the house was nice and there's nothing that I dislike about it.
We looked at several different places and we really liked the house with Clayton Homes. Their home buying process was good and we liked it. Everything worked out well. The appraisal and title work took a long time, but that had nothing to do with Clayton. Their team did a good job and they were quick to get back with us if we called. They were realistic on everything and we didn’t have any surprises. We were also able to customize the home a little bit. Clayton Homes was easy to work with and I would recommend them.
I went down to several different places and Clayton made me the best offer. They had what we needed. It was just a rental place and they were a little bit cheaper, a thousand dollars cheaper than the other two places I checked. And my wife checked about three places and they were just a little bit cheaper, but Clayton had some things that went with it and pushed it over the top. I bought it and they were really good about setting it up. Everybody was really good, even the guys that set it up. The salesman was nice too. I paid cash for it. They told me what they’d cover, what they'd do, and the warranty. But I didn’t have a warranty because it was a rental. Everything went smoothly and worked out. We had a couple of little things but they came and fixed it. It was easy for us and I was pleased.
We checked around and thought that we got the most for our money with Clayton. The home buying process and their consultants were good. They helped us out quite a bit and they even told us about the information that we needed to straighten out for us to qualify. The salesman had dropped the keys then we called him back and asked for the master keys for the lock. Also, we worked out a deal for some additional furniture. There was a defect that we found and repaired it, after that removed it, and they got that done quickly. They were able to address all my questions and concerns through the whole process and I have recommended them to some friends. If you're looking for a mobile home, Clayton probably got what you're looking for and they'll help you out as much as they can.
I'm younger and Clayton made it easier for me to buy a home and the process was great. Everywhere else was more complicated. Their home consultants were very good and Michelle was really hyped about everything. There were no difficulties working with Clayton and I'd tell my friends that they are very good and to definitely go with them.
Last September, we worked with Clayton Homes and we were very satisfied with their home buying process. Alan, our home consultant, was pretty cool. He cared about us like we was family, stayed in touch with us throughout the whole process, and made it real easy. If I had any questions, they answered them. And if they didn’t know the answer, they'd find it for me. They also didn't beat around the bush like how other companies do. Their process was on point which was what we wanted. I've got a couple of buddies at work that I've told about Clayton Homes and they're going to look into it.
My best friend got her house from Clayton Homes. Her mother works there and we've heard a lot of good things about them so when we were looking, that was where we went. We also talked to another place in the past couple of years and we had talked to a realtor and looked at a couple of houses, but this was what we decided to do with the land that we have my husband grew up on, so we love our neighbors already and didn't want to move.
Buying the home went great. At times, it was frustrating waiting on the paperwork and legal stuff, but other than that everyone was really great. They seemed just as excited about us getting our house as we were. We felt like a family as soon as we started dealing with them. They've called and checked in on us and when my son wasn't feeling good when we were up there, the lot manager called the next day just to check on him and see how he was doing. Everybody was really knowledgeable about our questions and if there was something that they didn't know, like Sandy, she would go find out and she'd be on it. They didn’t leave us sitting around waiting for days on answers and they let us know about the paperwork process and kept us up-to-date. And I always knew that they were just a phone call away.
The house we bought was the one straight off the lot and I absolutely love it. Everyone has their own space and I have lots of wall space and I love all the pieces of furniture in it. It's still in a settling and there are little creaks and cracks here and there, but that is to be expected. The refrigerator was too small to begin with and I really need a big refrigerator because the extra space will drive me nuts and my family eats large. My whole life I wanted a big double refrigerator and I got one, and my husband is currently working on a white picket fence for me to top it all off. I have told a couple of friends, who were looking into getting a double-wide, that Clayton Homes was the one that did our service and these guys would really take care of them.
I was impressed with the sales person I dealt with. Scott ** was knowledgeable, friendly, helpful and guided me through the entire home buying process. He and Phil ** worked together to quickly resolve a few punch list items and they followed up quickly to resolve any items that arose. I purchased a Giles home and, while it was not the most expensive home, neither was it the least expensive. Overall I am very pleased with the quality of the home and the value for the money. I’ve been so pleased that I have encouraged a few of my friends to visit Clayton Homes when they are ready for a new home.
My mother is elderly and I needed to move from Louisiana. So, my husband said that we should stop by there and look at the homes. We went to another housing company down the road on Presley and didn't have a good experience. They didn't even ask to write up anything to see if we would be able to be financed. We waited a while then decided to go to Clayton. We went there on a Friday and found out that Saturday morning that we were approved.
Our salesperson, Opal was a people person. She talked to us and made us feel relaxed. Her personality was awesome. I have never had that experience before in my life. She filled up the application and talked us through it. There was one trailer that we looked at and I liked it. But then, when we went back to sign papers, Opal said that they had a trailer which was discontinued. I saw that trailer which was a little larger and fell in love with it. Opal redid some figures and we purchased the trailer thereafter.
However, the only thing I don't like about my home is the master bedroom. It should have a ceiling fan. Instead, there's only one ceiling fan in the living room. Also, it should have two light switches, one when I enter the room and another for when I'm going to the bathroom. Now, I have to get out of bed and walk all the way around to tap the switch on the wall. But otherwise, I love my home. Go look at Clayton Homes and see Ms. Opal.
Clayton Homes was very organized and upfront. We bought a mobile home for our grandkids and they love it. The home buying process from the get-go to the closing was perfect. Their boss, Dawsley was the one we worked with and he was great. He had extreme amount of patience, too. We knew everything that was going to go on and nothing changed. Plus, we didn’t have any questions by the time we left the home consultant. They met their dates and worked with us on everything. My wife is a CPA and I own a business. So, we're very critical and we know how businesses run. We wanted to make sure and Clayton met all our expectations. We also had a problem with one minor door and they were out the next day for that. They did everything right. We had a really good experience and we'd tell others that Clayton is the place to buy a mobile home.
Clayton Homes expert review by Joseph Truini
Clayton Homes specializes in affordable, quality-built modular and manufactured homes. It offers floor plans for a wide variety of home sizes and styles, from tiny homes to 4 bedroom houses. Their homes are all designed and manufactured in the United States.
Range of home types: Clayton builds traditional site built homes, modular homes, manufactured homes and tiny houses.
Offers trade-ins: Customers can trade in their current home for a new manufactured home in order to save on costs.
Homes with basements are available: Clayton Homes can be ordered with a full basement.
Model homes available in most locations: Users can visit a Clayton Home Center to see model homes or set up a tour. Visit their website to find a home center near you.
Environmentally friendly: Clayton has received an ISO (International Organization for Standardization) certification for green building standards.
Customizable options: Homebuyers with specific needs can get a custom-built home.
Best for: Clayton Homes is best for people on a budget, buyers with time constraints and people with special needs.