Manufacturers We Represent
There is a vast difference in the integrity, quality and manufacturing capabilities in manufacturers of park models and manufactured homes. With our many years of experience we have chosen to represent Clayton Marlette Homes, Cavco Durango and Silvercrest Homes. These companies exemplify the qualities we look for in our homes.
Clayton Marlette Homes
At Blue Diamond we are proud to represent Clayton Homes. Clayton Homes has built over 1.5 million homes in the United States since 1934 and is currently recognized as the world’s largest home builder. Clayton Homes Inc was founded in 1966 and acquired by Berkshire Hathaway, Inc. in 2003.
Silvercrest Homes offers the highest quality in manufactured and park model homes. Their motto is “Silvercrest, simply the best.” Silvercrest offers everything from stucco sided park models and homes to custom designs. Silvercrest RV is a division of Western Homes Corporation. The plant which Blue Diamond is affiliated with is located in Corona, California.
We represent Cavco Durango with their line of 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 28 and 32 wide homes. Cavco has been honored with “Manufacturer of the Year” for 5 consecutive years. The plant is located in Phoenix, Arizona. They have a wide choice of floor plans to choose from as well as decor.
What is an Energy Star qualified home?
At Blue Diamond we are proud to represent companies who build Energy Star qualified homes. The companies who are currently committed to these standards are Clayton Homes, Cavco Homes and Silvercrest Homes. All of our manufacturers have made a commitment to “go green.” Please refer to their individual website for further information on their company policy with regard to Energy Star and Green practices.
Energy Star qualified homes are independently verified to be at least 30% more energy efficient than homes built to the 1993 national Model Energy Code or 15% more efficient than state energy code, whichever is more rigorous. According to the EPA, these savings are based on heating, cooling and hot water energy use and are typically achieved through a combination of building upgrades, high performance windows, controlled air infiltration, upgraded heating and air conditioning systems, tight duct systems and upgraded water-heating equipment.