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Evergreen Factory Built Homes Hosts Grand Opening Factory Tour
The public is invited to see quality, affordable, green homes being built in Evergreen’s factory on Saturday June 27, in Woodland, CA.
Evergreen is a new division of Advantage Homes of California, the leading retailer of quality manufactured homes in California. Thomas DaRosa, President of Advantage Homes asserts: “I am intrigued by the unlimited possibilities manufactured homes bring to real estate development---
Evergreen concentrates on the factory-direct model of manufactured housing to eliminate the need for a middleman. The homes range from 400 to 3,000 square feet and are custom built to individual needs.
People new to affordable Evergreen homes will enjoy knowing that these homes feature engineered roof trusses, drywall on all the interior walls, dual paned, low-E windows and 20-year fiberglass composition roof shingles.
With worldwide attention on caring for the earth’s resources, Evergreen homes consist of eco-friendly materials and are constructed to be energy efficient. They also recycle copper wiring, lumber, drywall and sawdust to further reduce environmental impact.
Their factory headquarters are located at 21 Pioneer Avenue in Woodland, California and they can be reached at 1-866-639-4663 or www.EvergreenFactoryBuiltHomes.com.
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Evergreen Factory Built Homes is a division of Advantage Homes of California, the leading retailer of quality Manufactured Homes in California. Having a solid track record, it was founded 1990 and is owned by Champion---a stable, publicly traded company.
With worldwide focus on caring for our planet’s resources, affordable Evergreen homes offer environmentally responsible materials and energy efficiency. We incorporate earth-friendly materials to not only increase the comfort and beauty of each home, but to also reduce harmful environmental impacts.
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