Manufactured homes, in accordance with the national code of the U.S. Dept. of Housing & Urban Development, are built on a steel chassis that will remain a part of the structure throughout the life of the home. This steel frame is actually the foundation for the manufactured home, as it is factory-built from the frame up. These homes are often set on traditional basement walls, but also can be placed on crawlspaces or piers.
Typical Standard Factory-Built Home Features: