Liberty Homes, Inc., one of the oldest and largest builders of
manufactured and modular homes, celebrated its 60th Anniversary in 2001.
Throughout the years, Liberty has been a forerunner in the expanding
market of manufactured housing.
The purchase of a Liberty home comes with the commitment of the Liberty
family to customer satisfaction.
Liberty Homes, Inc., one of the Nation's oldest and largest builders of
manufactured homes, celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2001. Throughout
the years, Liberty has been a forerunner in the expanding market of
Liberty currently operates ten manufacturing facilities in Indiana,
Kansas, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin (2), Florida, North Carolina, Alabama (2)
and Oregon. Today, Liberty is one of the leaders in the manufactured
housing industry. Liberty's strong financial position and longevity in the
home building industry backs up the Company's firm commitment to customer
Manufactured homes, while built of the same materials, enjoy many
advantages over the site built home. Manufactured homes are built to a
rigid, yet innovative federal housing code, the Manufactured Home
Construction and Safety Standards. Also, manufactured homes are built in a
plant, a controlled environment, so that the vagaries of adverse weather
do not affect the construction or quality of the finished home. Liberty
Homes' craftsmen, many of whom are long-term employees, can build homes
year round to provide Liberty's customers with a home at the homeowners,
rather than the builder's, convenience. Each home is inspected by
federally approved and certified experts to ensure compliance with Federal
Total Quality Management at Liberty/Waverlee/Badger Homes is a process of
listening and sharing of information. We collectively impute this advice
from our dealers, suppliers, and employees so that we are able to provide
a safe home of quality to our customers.
We are appreciative of each and everyone of our Liberty/Waverlee/Badger
teammates. From time to time we have
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