734 East Main Street
Adrian, GA 31002
Adrian Homes Description:
"...Since it's beginning, Adrian Homes has built schools, apartment buildings, daycare centers, office buildings, and residential homes for hundreds of satisfied customers. In 1999, Adrian Homes added premium HUD code homes to it's offering of factory built home..."
Providing these building styles:
Providing modular homes and buildings in:
- Ranch modular homes
- Cape Cod modular homes
- Multi-Family modular homes
FL, GA, LA, MS, NC, SC
|How Long in Business||1962|
|Yearly Avg. Number of Homes (Est.)||200
|Professional Organizations/Affiliations||GMHA, DCA, SCMHA|
(Architects & Draftsmen)
|Builder Network||Over 45 dealers|
|Location of Factories||Adrian, GA|
|How to Buy a Home||Available through dealers and developers|
|Building Materials||Only provides wood construction|
|Energy Efficiency||R-19 floor, R-13(19) walls, R-30 roof|
|Construction Timeframe||3 to 5 weeks|
|Customization Flexibility||Fully customizable|
|Amount of Floorplans||Over 60 predesigned plans|
|Avg. Cost per Square Foot||$60 to $80|
|Avg. Transportation Costs||Varies by location|
|Avg. Placement Costs||Varies by location|
|Site Preparation||Handled by independent builder|
|Garage/Deck Availability||Some models can accommodate decks and/or garages|
|Possible to Addon to Existing Home||It is possible|
|Guarantees||Factory plus 2/10 warranty|
|Delivery Range||600 miles from factory|
|Number of Factory Inspections||Inspection upon completion|
|Number of Building Site Inspections||According to local requirements|
|Information Package||Website has general information and a form to request brochures.|
|Editor's Rating ||
|Editorial Review||Adrian Homes offers custom modular homes as well as manufactured (mobile) homes. They focus on single story residential homes but do have some two story home plans. Their modular homes are true off-frame units and not repurposed mobile homes. Unlike many other manufacturers their main focus is modular homes and their second focus are mobile homes. Their website has basic information and floorplans but is light on specific details. |
|Mystery Homebuyer Rating ||
Personal Reviews of Adrian Homes
Greg from Summerton,SC
The exterior on my home does have sheathing.But it is not a wood product .Looks like thin compressed cardboard waterproofed on one side with vinyl siding on the exterior.Kind of scarey.In my opinion for the money I paid,it should have been built better.
Jamie West from Sarasota, FL
We purchased an Adrian home in 2008. The dealer advised us at the time to pay the extra money to have a set-up crew familiar with these homes to do the install, which we did. By hiring the correct people to finish this home, we have no issues with doors, windows, flooring or the other problems people are complaining about. The home is insulated better than a block home, construction is solid and the wind rating of 130mph makes us feel secure. It is all in having a good contractor prepare the site for correct drainage and finish the home, just like anything else, correctly.
miller from live oak,fl.
beautiful, comfortable, watertight, airtight, ... we would not trade it for anything ... not even a stick built home. thanks Adrian for 13 years of total satisfaction.
ricky gay from hephzbah ga 30815
I have been in one have thought it was will built to is best
John Tolley from Beech Island SC
Less than 4 years old , nail heads are coming up thru the tile . Particle board sections are uneven . Crown molding is absolutely awful looking . Great home at a glance , just don't looks closely . Will give Aiken Housing one more chance to 'make this right.
Jacob Fodor from United States
Going on 6 years in my Adrain Home, So far minor complaints. Nothing is leaking. I do regular inspections of the roof to make sure no leaks. Having issue with the windows from Kinro that were installed. Kinro windows are crap and I have told them that. All my windows, 17 of them are hazing over. cant wait to replace them with Jeld Wen. I did have a wall stud 2x6 warp in the wall in the kitchen causing the wall to pull away from the counter top. I think I will wait till a kitchen remodel to address that issue.
Rose from Byron Ga.
I purchase a2006 adrian home from ranch park homes in milledgeville ga. I've never had an issue that was'nt taken care of. also after my warranty had ended ranch park came out and took care of some issues I was having with my floors. Three years later my floors are making anoise when walked on 'Icalled ranch park about my floors to ask questions on why this continue to happen, Iwas told why and Ineed to get acontractor.
John Tolley from Beech Island SC
We have been in our new Mod' since Nov.'09 . We have received many promises to correct the many problems with our home. We paid WELL over $200,000. so you can't say that we 'went cheap'. Earl was here for one day , promised to return numerous times but has NOT !! I suggest that if you decide to buy from Adrian that you put $5,000. -$10,000. in escro until they Finish your home.
chris from Rock Hill. SC
I have been in home construction a long time and somehow was persuaded to buy this home from someone. There is no exterior wall sheathing, which will cost me thousands along with very inadequate insulation. There is many, many things that were done to save money and cut corners. Do yourself a favor and avoid this company at ll cost. Don't even consider it. I have not discussed anything with the builder of this home. It is a shame too that the home is built so bad. I purchased it in 2006 and it was built in 2002, so it was only 4 years old when I purchased it
T Snead from Pelham Ga
My wife and I bought a home from this company and had it on site July of 2009. From the start we have had nothing but trouble. The attic insulation was almost completely gone. Our water lines were crossed mixing hot water and cold water together. Windows leaked from the start and the local dealer in Thomasville Ga could care less about anything after he got you to sign the paperwork. Hope you sleep well at night.
Etrendel Anderson-Green from Ellabell, GA
I purchased the T-Ranch modular home in 2003. The door frame at the entrance to the laundry room is rotten out to the wall, the molding on the insise has separated from day one, and the telephone number for adrian homes is not an accurate number; therefore, I am unable to contact them concerning this huge mess at my back door.
Chris from Fort Myers,FL
This home was very poorly constructed. All of interior doors were not level. There are areas through out the house that are un-level. Don't know what kind of paper that they install under the shigles but I have never seen paper (looks like a brown grocery bag) Used for drying in a roof. If this house was built in Florida, it never would of passed a single inspection.
C D from Kissimmee FL
Buyer beware! Adrian does not stand behind it's product. Once you buy you are on your own. Had a 1 year warranty when we purchased our home in December 09. They refuse to honor the warranty. Again, BUYER BEWARE!!!!!
M Garner from Asheboro NC
All those things should have been handled and done by the setup crew which is hired by the dealer. When folks don't want to pay for things and want a cheaper price they get cheap labor. Thus the reason China now makes almost everything. Adrian builds a good product and is very competitive in price. I'd like to sell their homes too.
sheila williams from macon georgia
very nice and affordable
alan from charlotte nc
we have been in the house for 8 years and had trouble from the start. With setup doors sticking ,water in the crawl space and the roof been leaking from the first day .The dealer is no longer in bussness, so I had no luck getting things fix. but if you buiy a home make sure the dealer is factory dealer .
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