High-end finishes aren’t often the first thing that comes to mind when people think of manufactured homes, but Jacobsen Homes offers a higher level of quality. One of the ways this quality is apparent is through the use of custom finish options designed to give your Florida manufactured home a luxury feel. Check out these great ways you can upgrade your Jacobsen home with high-end finishings.
How Jacobsen Homes Are Built
Jacobsen Homes are built to the highest quality standards. Using advanced components, technology, and building methods, all manufactured homes and modular homes that we produce have the potential to be the home you’ve always dreamed of. Each floor plan is assembled with precision. Walls, floors, ceilings, and fixtures are installed to specification and often include the buyer’s own choices for manufactured home custom finishes.
Our design center gives you the opportunity to design your home based on your style and personal preferences. You can also consult with an expert to determine which options may be best suited for you.
Popular Manufactured Home Interior Upgrades
One of the biggest benefits to a luxury manufactured home is the ability to customize so many aspects of the home during the building process. First, determine your home wishlist. Unless you’re able to install every high-end option in your home, you’ll want to prioritize the changes that will make the biggest difference for you. That’s why knowing your budget is one of the most important aspects of designing your home.
One of the easiest ways to completely customize the look of your home is with flooring. Unlike many manufactured home builders, Jacobsen offers a wide range of flooring options in multiple colors and patterns.
Custom floor options include:
- Vinyl flooring
- Moisture Resistant Plank flooring
- Tile flooring
Though all flooring options offered by Jacobsen are high quality, upgrading to a high-end flooring option can provide additional benefits, including more intricate detailing, easier care and minimal maintenance.
Kitchen and Appliance Options
Kitchen design trends include everything from custom cabinetry to colored backsplashes and even energy efficient appliances. With Jacobsen, you can incorporate all of these options and more into the kitchen of your manufactured or modular home.
Jacobsen Homes has their own in-house cabinet shop to ensure customization occurs as needed to fit each floor plan. Standard, 32-inch overhead cabinets with adjustable shelves come in varying color families to fit your personal style.
Do you prefer bold colors or muted tones? Optional glass full tile kitchen backsplashes are available to meet either option, perfect for complementing both classic and contemporary styling.
Bathrooms offer a wealth of high-end upgrades for those looking to customize their home. Starting with vanities, multiple sink and countertop options give homeowners the ability to mix and match to create a design they love. Showers offer another great upgrade in a Jacobsen Home. While standard showers get the job done, upgrading to an optional Diplomat, Ambassador, or Statesman shower can make the process of showering even more luxurious.
Speaking of luxurious, what’s better than a soaking tub? From drop-ins to tub and shower combinations, Jacobsen offers plenty of high-end tub options to make your bathroom the perfect place to melt stress away at the end of a stressful day.
Don’t Forget Your Outdoor Spaces
While high-end interiors can really make a difference in the quality of your home, it’s important to remember curb appeal, as well. Whether you’re looking to add a gorgeous garden, a lush lawn, or the perfect porch for parties, there are a variety of ways to upgrade your home exterior to match the beautiful interior of your home.
See How You Can Make a Jacobsen Home Your Own
This article only scratches the surface of what’s possible with a Jacobsen manufactured home. To truly get a sense of the options available, check out our floor plan options as a starting point. From there, we invite you to schedule a tour of one of our model centers or home communities.