About Pinewood Mobile Homes

Pinewood Mobile Homes Sales, Inc. provides a unique home buying experience to the customers in West Virginia, one that focuses on customer satisfaction first. We understand that a home purchase is necessary, but sometimes an unpleasant experience. Our goal is to provide the customer with an enjoyable, honest service by satisfying individual customers practical home needs with a quality product. We also believe it is important to have quality homes at a low cost, and will back each new home with a one year warranty.

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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions from customers


Why should I consider a manufactured home?

If you’re looking to get the most out of your “housing dollar,” you should consider a manufactured home. Depending on the region of the country, construction costs per square foot for a new manufactured home are up to 50 percent less than a comparable site-built home, excluding the cost of land. All manufactured homes are built to specifications and codes that require the highest standards in every aspect of construction.

Are manufactured homes covered by a warranty?

Most manufacturers now offer warranties to guarantee the quality, workmanship, and major heating and cooling systems of the home for a specified time, usually ranging from one to five years. This warranty also tells the homebuyer what to do if a problem arises. Makers of the appliances provided in the homes also provide either “full” or “limited” warranties. There are major differences among warranties and these warranties should be provided to you in writing. The retailer also has distinct responsibilities in the installation and servicing of the home. Be sure to have the retailer clearly state in writing its responsibilities and warranty coverage for the home’s transportation and installation.

What kinds of financing is available?

Just as there are choices when you buy a site-built home, there are a variety of financing options when you buy a manufactured home. If you are buying the home and land together, or plan to place the home on land you already own, some financial institutions offer traditional real estate mortgages with similar interest rates. Should you be purchasing the manufactured home separately from the land on which it will be located, the home will probably be financed as a personal property manufactured home loan, usually with a somewhat higher interest rate and the down payment amount will reflect the amount of the entire loan, including the home and land costs being financed. FHA-insured and Department of Veterans Affairs-guaranteed (called FHA and VA) loans are available to manufactured home buyers. These types of loans may offer lower interest rates or lower down payment requirements if available in your area. They require more paperwork during the credit application and approval process and, therefore, may take longer for approval than a conventional loan.

What is the difference between a manufactured home and a modular home?

While both manufactured homes and modular homes are built in a factory environment, there are some differences between the two. The main source of difference between modular and manufactured homes is the code to which they are built. Manufactured homes are built to a federal HUD code, while modular homes are built to state or local residential building codes.

How is factory built housing different than site built homes?

Factory built homes are built off site in a controlled manufacturing environment. Each home is built in sections, or modules, and then transported to the site where they are installed on permanent foundations, and completed by professional installers. Approximately 80% – 90% of factory built construction takes place indoors where materials are protected from the elements and a consistent workforce assembles the home in over 25 different stations.

Do manufactured and modular homes use the same building materials as site built homes?

Yes. Both manufactured and modular homes use the same or similar building materials as site built homes. In a cut section view, you’ll see everything from roof trusses to structural floor decking and 2×4 or 2×6 exterior walls. In the ceilings you’ll primarily see blown cellulose insulation, along with fiberglass batts in the wall cavities. Detailed specifications are available.

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    50 Riviera Rd, Mt Nebo, WV 26679

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    Phone: (304) 872-2800, Fax: (304) 872-0029

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    info@pinewoodmobilehomes.com

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