Singlewide homes refer to a manufactured home that is moved in one piece. Today’s manufactured homes are built in a controlled factory environments without weather interference. Materials and workmanship are carefully crafted and inspected for quality, durability, and safety.
Sectional houses are built in a factory and conform to all Federal building codes, called the HUD code. Manufactured homes are built on a non-removable steel frame. Sections are transported to the building site on their own wheels. Multi-part manufactured units are joined at their destination. Building inspectors check the work done locally (electric hook up, etc.).
Modular homes are built in sections at a factory to conform to all state, local or regional building codes. The Home is transported to the job site on steel frames, then rolled onto a foundation.
Remy's Mobile Homes Inc.
Started in 1978 and was incorporated in 1982. Family owned business with Ken Remy Sr. at the McArthur location and Ken Remy Jr. at the Chillicothe location. Many customers are repeat buyers over the years because of our commitment to quality, value and service. Our homes on display are completely decorated to appeal to the home buyers on how their new home would look. Local bank financing is available or home buyers can go through their local bank.