3 Excellent Ways To Personalize Your Manufactured Home

Posted on: 5 January 2016


Just because you are considering purchasing a manufactured home doesn't mean that it can't be personalized to your wants and needs. There are several things that you can do to manufactured homes to make them look more individualized. This article will discuss 3 excellent ways that you can go about personalizing your manufactured home. 

Add A Garage

One of the biggest complaints that people have with manufactured homes is the fact that the pre-made structure doesn't come with a garage attached to it. However, this shouldn't be a concern for you at all because you can always just build a garage onto it yourself. There is likely a location on the side or front of the home that is absolutely perfect for a garage. Building this garage as part of the foundation for your home before it is brought out to your property is likely the most cost effective and quickest way to go. You can choose a garage that is any size or shape that you would like and you can add insulation so that it is incredibly warm or you can simply leave it as a shell to save money. 

Add Stone Or Brick Work

The exterior of a manufactured home often looks plain because it will generally just be covered with basic siding. Also, once the home is placed on the foundation, you will see a large cement portion at the bottom of your home where the foundation meets the base of the house. In order to make the exterior of your home look more personalized and appealing, you can add stone or brick work that goes halfway up, or even all of the way up, your home. You can choose a gorgeous stone or brick that you really like, which will give your home a more classy look and will likely leave your home looking like a stick-built home rather than a manufactured home. 

Place It Over A Basement Foundation

If it has been your dream to have a basement, but you can't afford to have a stick built home with a basement, you have no need to fear. You can simply have an unfinished basement built into the foundation that is created for your manufactured home, and can then finish it yourself when you have the funds to do so. The manufactured home will be placed on top of the foundation so the basement will be just as it would be if the home were built on site. 

For a manufactured home, contact a company such as Country West Mobile Home Park.