Champion, Blu, Nationwide Homes, Wardcraft Homes and Clayton Homes are some of the most popular brands of manufactured homes in the U.S. Each company offers many styles and construction designs, with some offering completely customized modular homes in addition to standard floor plans.
Champion is one of the largest modular home manufacturers in the world, with factories servicing all of the Continental United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. The company is one of the few that offers both single family homes and multi-family buildings. It also offers passive solar panels built into each home's construction, as of 2015.
High-end, modern-style, steel-frame homes are the specialty of Blu. From the company's 223,600-square-foot production facility in California, Blu ships standard models or completely customized homes nationwide.
Nationwide homes services the eastern and southeastern parts of the country with designs and constructions to fit regional climate requirements and styles. It offers turnkey homes that come 100-percent complete, including electrical wiring and interior finishing.
Energy-efficient homes constructed in rustic, chalet and wood-panel styles are the main product offering of Wardcraft Homes. Its market area stretches from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Coast. High-efficiency water, heating and cooling systems are available on all models.
Clayton Homes is one of the largest modular home manufacturers in the U.S. It has a network of regional factories that service every state and a financing division to help customers obtain home mortgages for its products.