Manufactured and Modular Homes

Model 4893 Silver Springs Built by Skyline Homes, Ocala, Florida.

Model 5038 Silver Springs Built by Skyline Homes, Ocala, Florida.

Model 5355 Silver Springs Built By Skyline Homes, Ocala, Florida.

Model 5425 22' x 34' 8" Silver Springs Built by Skyline Homes, Ocala, Florida.

Model 6171 Palm Bay Built by Skyline Homes, Ocala, Florida.

Model 6263 Palm Bay Built by Skyline Homes, Ocala, Florida.

SILVER SPRINGS STANDARD FEATURES

VINYL FRAMED INSULATED LOW-E WINDOWS, LINEAL EXTERIOR WINDOW TRIM T/O,  VINYL LAP SIDING/SHINGLE ROOF, 2X6 EXT. WALLS 16" O.C. W/R-19 INSULATION, OSB WRAP w/HOUSE WRAP, BEDROOM AIR RETURN IN CEILING, 8' FLAT OR CATHEDRAL CEILINGS, F/G SUN BURST DOOR W/STORM & DEADBOLT PER PLAN, 36" 9 LITE REAR DOOR (INSWING) WITH DEADBOLT PER PLAN, INSULATED SLIDING GLASS DOOR PER PLAN, TRANSOM IN GUEST & MASTER BATHS PER FLOOR PLAN, BANJO LAV @ GUEST BATH PER PLAN, ARCHED 2 PANEL INT DOORS W/MORTISED HINGES, LEVER PASSAGE DOOR HANDLES, 1/2" TAPE & TEXTURED INTERIOR WALLS, VINYL FLOOR TILE IN WET AREAS, 18' FROST FREE REFER, DLX ELECTRIC RANGE, 60" FIBERGLASS SHOWER PER PLAN, 60" FIBERGLASS TUB IN GUEST BATH PER PLAN,  ELONGATED TOILETS, CHINA LAVS, TOWEL BAR & TISSUE HOLDERS, SHELF IN UTILITY ROOM, LINED OH KITCHEN CABINETS, SOFT CLOSE DRAWER GUIDES,  CENTER SHELVES IN KITCHEN BASE & OVERHEADS, DRAWERS OVER DOORS CABINET CONSTRUCTION, BANK OF DRAWERS IN KITCHEN, FALSE FRONTS @ KITCHEN SINK, RAISED PANEL W/WOOD STILES OR WHITE P.F. CABINET DOORS, REFRIGERATOR OVERHEAD CABINET, LINEN CABINET OVER AIR RETURN, CABINET DOOR OVER PANEL BOX (PER FLOOR PLAN), 36" HIGH LAV TOPS BOTH BATHS,  BANK OF DRAWERS IN MASTER BATH, 8'' STAINLESS STEEL KITCHEN SINK, 30 GALLON DOUBLE ELEMENT WATER HEATER, WIRE/BRACE FOR FANS LR & MBR, 3-ARM CHANDELIER IN DINING ROOM, ROCKER LIGHT SWITCHES DESIGNER 2-BULB LIGHT FIXTURES, PLUSH NYLON CARPET W/REBOND PAD & TACK STRIP, CRESCENT EDGING ON COUNTER TOPS, 4" H.P.L BACKSPLASH, PAINTED CROWN MOLDING T/O, PAINTED  BASEBOARD MOLDING T/O,  PAINTED  WINDOW SILLS                    

Palm Bay Standard Features 

2X6 EXT. WALLS 16" O.C. MAX SPACING W/R-19 INSULATION, VINYL INSULATED LOW-E WINDOWS, STRUCTURAL OSB WRAP w/HOUSE WRAP WEATHER BARRIER, VINYL LAP SIDING/SHINGLE ROOF, 8' SIDEWALL - FLAT OR CATHEDRAL CEILINGS, VINYL LINEAL EXTERIOR WINDOW TRIM T/O, F/G SUN BURST DOOR W/STORM & DEADBOLT PER PLAN, INSULATED SLIDING GLASS DOOR PER PLAN, TRANSOM IN GUEST & MASTER BATHS PER FLOOR PLAN, 1/2" TAPE & TEXTURED INTERIOR WALLS THROUGHOUT, ARCHED 2 PANEL INT DOORS W/ 3 MORTISED HINGES, LEVER PASSAGE DOOR HANDLES, 18' FROST FREE REFER  & 30" DLX ELECTRIC RANGE, CERAMIC TILE WALLS ON SHOWERS AND TUBS, DROP IN PLATFORM TUB W/SHOWER STALL - PER PLAN, ELONGATED TOILETS, CHINA LAVS W/OVERFLOWS, TOWEL BAR & TISSUE HOLDERS INSTALLED, BANJO LAV W/ LARGE MIRROR @ GUEST BATH, SHELF IN UTILITY ROOM, RAISED PANEL WOOD  OR WHITE P.F. CABINET DOORS W/ 3/4" WOOD STILES, SOFT CLOSE FULL EXTENSION DRAWER GUIDES, DRAWERS OVER DOORS CABINET CONSTRUCTION, BANK OF DRAWERS IN KITCHEN, LINED CABINETS THROUGHOUT, REFRIGERATOR OVERHEAD CABINET, FALSE FRONTS @ KITCHEN SINK, 36" HIGH LAV TOPS BOTH BATHS, BANK OF DRAWERS IN MASTER BATH, LINEN CABINET OVER AIR RETURN, CABINET DOOR OVER PANEL BOX, 8'' DEEP STAINLESS STEEL KITCHEN SINK, WATERFALL METALLIC PULL OUT FAUCET IN KITCHEN, DUAL HANDLE METALLIC LAV FAUCETS, WATER SHUT OFFS T/O, 30 GALLON DOUBLE ELEMENT WATER HEATER, LED LIGHTING IN CEILING KIT, SHOWER, & TUB AREAS, WIRE/BRACE FOR FANS LR & MBR, 3-ARM CHANDELIER IN DINING ROOM, ROCKER LIGHT SWITCHES, DESIGNER 2-BULB LIGHT FIXTURES IN BATHS, PLUSH NYLON CARPET W/REBOND PAD & TACK STRIP, VINYL FLOOR TILE IN WET AREAS, CRESCENT EDGING ON COUNTER TOPS, 6" SUBWAY BACKSPLASH TILE IN KITCHEN & LAVS, PAINTED CROWN MOLDING T/O, PAINTED  BASEBOARD MOLDING T/O, PAINTED  WINDOW SILLS, WHITE WOOD CORNICES w/ 1-1/2" WOOD BLINDS T/O

Hud vs. Mods

Before making a final decision on which Skyline home you’d prefer to purchase, you may want to know the difference between Manufactured Housing (HUD) and Modular Housing.
Multi-Section Homes
Manufactured and Modular homes look like any other conventionally built home in appearance. Both are built to codes which ensure a safe and sound investment. They are built utilizing economical construction techniques combined with a minimum of on-site work making both products an attractive housing alternative.

Single-Section Homes
Single-section manufactured homes are built to the same federal standard (HUD code) as multi-section homes. Single-section homes enjoy the same benefits of efficiency and quality through factory assembly as multi-section homes. Single-section manufactured homes provide highly affordable housing when compared to conventional construction. Many single-section homes are considerably less per square foot than site-built product. While single-section homes can be located on private property, many times they are located in manufactured housing developments which boast an array of amenities to enhance your lifestyle

Codes
Manufactured (i.e. HUD code) homes are built to a federal building standard, the Federal Manufactured Home Construction Safety Standards. (Factory built homes manufactured prior to the HUD code are referred to as "mobile homes" or “trailer homes.”) The HUD code regulates the design, construction, structural durability, transportability, fire resistance and energy efficiency of a home. It also prescribes performance standards for the mechanical, plumbing and electrical systems. Manufactured homes are built and shipped on a permanent chassis. Modular homes are constructed to the same code as site-built homes with requirements set forth by state and local government for the specific locality. Various model building codes serve as the basis for most state code requirements. Examples include the International Residential Code (IRC), Uniform Building Code (UBC) and the National Electrical Code (NEC). Modular homes may be built on a permanent chassis or a returnable carrier system.

Efficiency
Efficiency starts with factory assembly line techniques. Both Manufactured and Modular homes are assembled in the controlled environment of a manufacturing facility. In this process, your home travels to workstations where the various components are assembled. Work is never delayed by weather, contractor no shows or missing material.

Quality
Consistent quality begins with care for detail. Both Manufactured and Modular homes are inspected frequently at the assembly plant during each phase of construction. In-plant inspectors as well as independent agencies inspect your home on behalf of federal, state and local governments for code compliance. Evidence of this inspection is normally the application of a federal, state or inspection agency label of approval.

On-Site Work
One of the advantages of Manufactured and Modular Housing is the reduced start to finish time of the project. While your home is being constructed in a climate controlled environment, foundation and utility work can take place on site. When the manufacturing process is complete the interior finish from the walls, countertops and cabinetry right down to the carpet are typically installed. Both Manufactured and Modular Housing are transported to the site and quickly assembled, insuring minimal weather exposure. Once the sections of your house are assembled, the connection of utilities and a short list of interior finish work complete your new house.