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Norris Modular & HUD homes

   Norris has a diverse product for the multi-section layouts. Norris currently is offering three lines of products that each offer different capabilities and different layouts. Some product lines have limitations in changing layout, options, floor-plan, etc. but these lines also give the most amount of home for the money. 

   Norris has been a stable and superior home in construction for 35+ years. The Norris name is one of quality and superbly built homes. Norris homes is a division of Clayton Homes has been setting new standards and boundaries in the factory built industry for many years. Clayton Homes is the The United States largest home builder in the nation. Clayton Homes is nationwide with many high quality products. Any questions please email us at

Norris multi-section product lines:
To go to layouts and to get more details on the product lines below click on links.
**Please Contact us to check availability of plans, as some plans have been discontinued or changed as of
Summer 2010**

Norris Series

Top of the line product offering by Norris. Floor-plan changes, 3 section offerings, 9 foot ceilings option, modular & HUD availability. Norris Series is the most adjustable series, some changes will incur an engineering fee. Finished drywall standard in all rooms in all models, full tile backsplash in kitchen, much much more.

Elkmont Series

 **No longer Available 3/1/10**

Century Series

The most home for the money with finished drywall throughout standard w/vaulted ceilings or 8' flat ceilings, oak cabinets standard, drywall accents, much much more.

Designer Series

The bottom dollar home with finished drywall, oak cabinets, OSB wrap and fiberglass tubs & showers, 13 oz carpet, flat panel doors, hard to beat in this price range.


Modular vs. HUD


Built to state, local or regional code where the home will be located. System-built homes are transported to sites and installed.


Built entirely in the factory under federal code administered by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), which became effective June 15, 1976, and has been upgraded numerous times. Covers single or multi-section homes and includes transport to the site and installation. Regulations include: design & construction, strength & durability, transportability, fire resistance, energy efficiency & quality.