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Manufactured Homes - Modular Homes

Florida Manufactured Homes

Jacobsen Homes offers a wide variety of Florida manufactured home and modular homeplans to choose from.

Since 1959, Jacobsen Homes has been building the highest quality custom manufactured homes (mobile homes) available.  We are recognized as the leader in flexibility, flexibility that provides each and every Jacobsen Home customer the opportunity to put their own personal touches into their home.  Some people prefer to select from one of our many professionally designed floor plans, while others choose to design their own dream home.  At Jacobsen Homes, you select your level of involvement.  We take pride in the fact that our excellent technology and skills allow us to be as flexible as our customers' ideas, all at an affordable price.

Each of the communities and retail centers are experts in lot layouts and exterior package design (carports, garages, screened porches, etc.).  The price of each floor plan will vary depending upon your requirements and needs.  For pricing one any of the manufactured home floor plans you see on this web site, contact a community or retail center in your desired area.  Click here for a listing of the communities and retail centers where you can view Jacobsen Manufactured Homes in Florida.

From the left side bar, select the type of home, number of bedrooms, and square footage of the manufactured home or modular home you are interested in.  Any of our floor plans can be build as either a manufactured home or a modular home.

Manufactured Homes

What is a Manufactured Home?
A manufactured home, sometimes referred to as a mobile home, is built in accordance with federal building code set by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

Manufactured homes are found both within communities that were developed for this type of housing, and on private property that is zoned for manufactured homes. 

Modular Homes

What is a Modular Home?
A modular is built in accordance with the Florida State Building Code, the same building codes that govern a traditional site-built home.

Modular homes have many advantages and can be constructed on any residential town lot that is not deed restricted.  modular homes qualify for the same conventional mortgage loans and insurance rates.

Since modular homes are constructed in a factory and transported to the site, up to 15% more lumber is used in construction than a site-built home; thus, adding strength to the structure of the home.