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While site-built homes are often built with a group of sub-contractors, a Factory Built Home is built by one team of employees working side by side with each other year round. These team members each have a role in taking a home through its efficient assembly line process.

A Factory Built Home may move through as many as 20 stations in a factory where a team of specialists at each station build a specific portion of the home. Whether it’s installing the flooring, insulating the walls or caulking windows, each team member at each station has a specific role and the result is an assembly line construction process that is quality controlled and efficient.

As required by the HUD code, an independent inspector has access to the entire process. No Factory Built Home can receive a HUD label certifying that it has complied with all applicable codes and standards until the home has passed numerous inspections in the factory construction process.