Modular Home Manufacturers & Builders Directory
Four Seasons Housing
CLOSED (Parent of Admiration Builders)
PO Box 630
Middlebury, IN 46540
Four Seasons Housing Description:
CLOSED (Parent of Admiration Builders)
"...Four Seasons Housing offers a wide range of floor plans in both single and multiple section designs. All floor plans can be reversed and most multiple section homes are available as basement models. Single section homes are 14 foot and 16 foot in width and all multiple section homes are either 28 or 30 feet in width..."
Providing these building styles:
- Manufactured mobile homes
Providing modular homes and buildings in:
AZ, DE, IA, IN, KS, KY, MO, PA, WY
|How Long in Business||1994|
|Yearly Avg. Number of Homes (Est.)||300-400
|Professional Organizations/Affiliations||Local Manufactured Housing Associations|
(Architects & Draftsmen)
|Draftsmen are available|
|Builder Network||Over 50 builders|
|Location of Factories||Middlebury, IN|
|How to Buy a Home||Available through builder network|
|Building Materials||Wood construction|
|Energy Efficiency||Insulated ductwork, R19 blanket insulation, Blown cellulose attic insulation, insulated windows|
|Construction Timeframe||3 to 5 weeks|
|Customization Flexibility||Limited customization options|
|Amount of Floorplans||Over 55 online home designs|
|Avg. Cost per Square Foot||$65-$90|
|Avg. Transportation Costs||Varies by location|
|Avg. Placement Costs||Varies by location|
|Site Preparation||Handled by independent builder|
|Garage/Deck Availability||Depends on model selected|
|Possible to Addon to Existing Home||It is possible in select cases|
|Guarantees||One year guarantee|
|Delivery Range||300 miles around Indiana|
|Number of Factory Inspections||Determined by building codes of final destination|
|Number of Building Site Inspections||Handled by builder|
|Information Package||Their website form did not work when we called we were told to leave a voicemail which was never returned. After repeated attempts we gave up.|
|Editor's Rating ||
|Editorial Review||Four Seasons Housing is a mystery to us. We visited their website several times and it was often broken. When the website was working we found it to have very limited information. Then we started to speak with builders that deal with Four Seasons Housing and they gave us a positive impression but also mentioned that other modular providers can be easier to deal with (which our mystery shopper strongly agrees with). They do have some acceptable floorplans but it is hard for us to feel comfortable with Four Seasons Housing after they display such poor customer service. We would suggest that you look around for another modular home manufacturer.|
|Mystery Shopper Rating ||
Personal Reviews of Four Seasons Housing
Tina from lagrange, in
four seasons is houseing and like every place you run accrossed you will get a bad product once in awhile... for the most part I think they are pretty good... peple complaing about trim and discoloration that is petty, if you paid for upgrade and don't like it then maybe you should have paid more attention t what you are buuying, I am sure it gives you brand.. you really need to due your homework before buying a home, and remember these are manufactured homes.. I see a few with complaints on bowing floor, to me I would think this sounds like a set up problem.. infact alot of these problems on here sound like set up. There is one on here with electrical problems due to dealer re-wireing the box..? why was the deaer doing this? sounds like they wired it overloading a breaker and it keeps flipping off.. they are wired by the comapany for a reason.... I never seen a four season hous until 2005 but I have seen how they are built and what I have seen they were pretty good.. you get what yo pay for always remember this if you want a cheap home expect cheap material.. and do your homework before buying.. most place like four season you would have been allowed to actually watch you house be built, which would take about 3 days maybe 4....
Rob King from T.C. Michigan
i have lived in my single wide for about five years and its one thing after another its only a 97' and done way to much on it already,i looked on the roof before the snow fell and was shocked to see hundreds and i mean hundreds of staples sticking out UNDER the lap sum one to two inches above the shingles, im shocked i have not had problems till now. how can i get a new roof from the accountable party?
Ralph from Saint Ignace
You may want to sit before you read this. Within the first two years is the following. We had to replace the shingles on the roof. The guy we hired to replace the shingles said that our roof was the worst shingle job he had ever seen or heard of. We had to pay a contractor to repair all the drywall seams in the house. The stainless steel sink in the kitchen rusted and the sinks in the bathrooms were chipped and rusted before we moved in. So we replaced all the sinks in the house. The vinyl floors had staples that worked there way up thru the vinyl before we even moved in as well. The guy they sent to replace the floor vinyl and repair the bad staples was nothing short of grossly incompetent. After he was finished we striped the vinyl he replaced and then repaired the bad staples, we then replace the entire vinyl floor covering in the house. After all of our complaining the only thing we were ever able to get the manufacture act on was the floors. They sent us a check that did not cover the labor for the repairs we had to make to the floors before covering them with new vinyl. All together we paid 48,738.00 for a house we had to pay 15,785.00 to repair.
Bill Papineau from Indiana
i think four season built great houses...i use to shingle for them for 5 years..my group leader dave fager and the managment team were awesome even all the inspectors...in my opionion they were great and i would give the highest stars i could...i miss everyone....
Shelly from Brimley, MI
We purchased our home off the lot at a 20% discount from Brewbaker's in Onaway. What a joke! After their so-called discount we still paid over $75,000 for the house. It has your typical upgrades, but not worth what we were charged. So far, our kitchen floor is bowed (which by the way the Four Season employees told us this was normal from the house settling and that it would go down) it never has. The carpet is junk! Every door handle has broken, even the ones they gave us as a replacement. It's impossible to find a handle that fits as the doors they use are not your standard size door. SOmething has been wrong with the plumbing since day one. They brought in a plumber and said everything was fine. We can't run a bath and get a glass of water in the kitchen at the same time as the bath water takes all the pressure. If we are running the bath and we flush the toilet the toilet will run until we turn the bath water off. The appliances are cheap; even though we paid for the upgrade. It's no wonder this company is closed!!! Very angry buyer!
Karen from Michigan
I sure know why this place is now out of business! Our home is ridiculously cheap! We gave Four Seasons two chances- we upgraded from a Four Seasons HUD modular to a Four Seasons BOCA modular and it has been a nightmare! The company we bought it from didn't fix everything they were supposed to within the year warrantee (not nearly enough time either) and the floor in the middle of the living room is HEAVING UP ! Anyone know how we can get any recourse since we're having many problems with this thing, which I do believe is a manufacturers defect and should've been fixed! We have now been in this for just under 5 1/2 years (BAD years- we got taken by you Four Seasons and Brewbaker Housing!!
Jerry B from LaPorte, IN
Cheaply constructed. No service from either the manufacturer or the dealer. Paid for "upgraded" carpet...got junk. Paid for upgraded appliances...got cheap GE. Microwave fell apart first month. Refrigerator gave up in one year. Water heater blew up in first month. Brass water valves cheap chinese crap, snapped apart first year flooding kitchen. Had to replace the "kiddie toilets" (only 12" from floor to seat) with adult toilets (now 17" to seat). Quality windows installed incorrectly, leak around the frames. THought home was painted "contractor white" only to find out there was no paint whatsoever...just primer. The dealer could have told us before we moved in so we could paint, but left us in the dark until we tried wiping some dirt from around a switchplate and removing the primer in the process. Even the dealer brought in cheap concrete people (foundation cracked all the way through only 6 months in. Sidewalks sank. A total bad experience. No wonder they are closed. Probably couldn't afford the lawsuits.
Gerry Orr from Eldon Mo.
In 1996 we purchased a basement set home 72 X 28 with full drywall and overall we have been very satisfied with the home itself. The problems we encountered were not with the quality of a Four Seasons Home but with the dealership and their set up crew. Since we purchased a basement set home they were suppose to use a special roll on system but the company didn't have the roll on system but used someother method. At time of purchse we had a contingency clause not to order home until current home was sold but the dealership ordered it anyway and kept it on their lot. Before delivery of home, we were also lied to about the status of our home delivery and all the time it was on their lot for months and items were stripped from the home for others. However in order to get a lot of the set up completed properly, we had to contact our Public Service Commission and have a full inspection and force them to stand behind their work. Luckily with their support we were able to get our home liveable within months. Overall the quality of the home construction is very good but it's the dealers representatives and companies hired to set up these homes are the ones that makes your experiences a nightmare. You may want to check with your state authorities for guidance. Best of luck.
Bill Scott from Perrysburg, OH
We have had our home 9 years. Have had furnace repaired 3 times in first 2 years. The carpet is junk.Sky lights leak. Roof has been repaired 4 times.Faucets were replaced. Counter tops fell apart. Screens all fell apart the first year. We call it the money pit. We love the floor plan but not all the shotty work.
maureen ryan from Charlotte MI
We too bought our Four Seasons "home" in 2005 with cah. Paid 60,000-trying to sell it now-no one-even the park that sold it to us will offer more than 13,000 for it. We had a custom built gagrage built and a large custom deck built on the front-424,000 worth of improvements to their "crappy, horrid home" It too has been a nightmare! One thing wrong after another! We complained first thing about the large cracks in the drwall, noisy floors, trashy carpet that buckles in the middle in everyroom, skylight litterally fell into the kitchen-during the winter, cupboards falling apart, you name it-it's happened! It was a horrible mistake that costs us a fortune! We regret not turning around, refusing the not ready even for months "shack" and demanding the cash back and moving on down the road! It has been a horrible experience and now left with a 5 year old "dump" worth NOTHING, except for the garage and the deck! Horrid customer service after the sale (NONE). If you ever see "The Meadows MHP" anywhere-run the other way! Lying, theiving sales person, horrid management ("slumlords"). Thugs out of Detroit for owners who do NOTHING about your "home" problems or the neighborhood! We have kept the outside of the home immaculate and have made nothing but improvements to the inside, only to have the HELLHOLE fall apart around us! This is by far the WORST "Manufactured" company I have ever heard of! Don't waste your hard earned money. Believe what the actually buyers of these "homes" say-it is true-all too true-anyone who tells you otherwise is a delusional moron!
Robert Reynolds from Holden Mo.
we bought our four seasons home in 2007, cash, 2200 sq ft we had the dealer come out several times for the inside trim ,cockeyed front door, the drain from the master tub,two interrior walls showed light from an adjoining room and weve had several heating and cooling peopleout to work on the h/c system weve had a lot of moisture going into the basement from severe condensation from the air cond. just tonight i found that the main ductwork was almost full of water. Had to tear most of the insulation away from around the air cond. unit because fo the amount of water that was building up in the belly plastic . had to call an electrician out a couple of times because when they(the dealer) rerouted some wire in the breaker box and we didnt have power in 1/2 of the house a couple of times. im sure there are more problems that i forgot about but these are the ones that stick out in my mind. this was mine and my wifes only new home we will have I am a vietnam veteran 60 yrs old my wife grew up on her parents dairy farm down the road she grew up in a small home her father built in 1948 she and her brother had to sleep in the uninsulated attic so she thinksa this house is pretty fine she says that im too critical but i know homes are supposed to be built i guess that time will tell we bought our home from Pitts mobil homes in Clinton Mo. I'm going tohave to contact hud and get their take on this problem with the water in the duct system Robert Reynolds Holden Mo.
Sheila Roe from Senecaville, Ohio
I am giving Four Seasons aka IBS 2 Stars. We are pleased with our home BUT this is a huge BUT we HATE the kitchen. We loved the floor plan of this home. This was the only floor plan that we found where the bedrooms were all on one side. This is no pun intended to the company we bought from. They have been wonderful about fixing problems that they shouldn't have to. I feel so bad even calling them which to me,seems like all the time. We bought our almost $90,000 house and moved in almost 9 months. We had furnace troubles from the first day we turned it on and the company that we bought off of were so troubled and couldn't figure it out. I felt so bad for them. I think that they were out here 4 or 5 times and finally got it to run right. We had to go winter of 2009-2010(November-March) running space heaters in our home because the furnace would blow hot air half the time. Never knowing when it would start blowing cold air. The drawers in our kitchen were literally falling off the rollers. The pantry that we have has roll out shelves,would fall off. Leaving a crashing sound and food everywhere. They are claimed to be "fixed" but we still limit the amount of food that we put in the pantry for the fear of the shelves falling. The cabinet doors keep falling off the hinges. We have bought stock of screws so when they do,we can do a quick "fix." That just means the the original holes are "boreing out." The kitchen countertops have bubbles in them and we are still waiting on a reply from 4 Seasons or now what they call IBS. We are already talking about changing the cabinets out after 9 months of living here. While waiting on them for that reply,the kids bathroom countertop is also starting to bubble. The carpet .. oh the carpet. We have had people comment on the carpet since day one. The carpet is not plush at all and in fact it does look like it has been used LOL!. It's just flat .. but we have throw rugs to cover some of it up. Once again,we are already talking about replacing carpet in the next couple of years. It is coming from the walls but the dealer will be out to stretch it. I am sure that that will fix the problem. Remind you the house is only 9 months old. We do not walk with our shoes on or eat in the living room. Even though the kiddos have snuck a few drinks in there:)! There was no caulking around the shower,garden tub,tub in the bathrooms. My father in law did that. The shingles on the roof are starting to bubble now,just 2-3 of them. This was supposed to be a home that we would live in for years. We are now worried how long this house is going to last. I just want to add that we got Anderson windows and they are great. We also went with a basement,drywall and crown molding and that has been great. This is not a cheap home but there are days that we think that we should of bought a cheapo. That way once the warranty runs out,we would be able to afford to fix the problems. Once again,this is no pun against the dealer where we bought the home. They are super nice people and are doing their best to fix the problems... Thanks Joe :)!
Tara from Rock Springs, WY
IT SUCKS! THE FLOOR PLAN IS GREAT BUT THATS ABOUT IT! IT WAS BUILT BY IDIOTS AND PUT TOGETHER BY RETARDS! THE SIDING IS FADING LOOKS LIKE SHIT, IT LEAKS, THE ROOF KEEPS BLOWING OFF, IT CRACKS ON A DAILY BAISIS. WINDOWS DON'T FIT AND WON'T SHUT OR OPEN AND HAVE SEPERATED FROM THE FRAMES. ALL TILE HAS SEPERATED FROM THE WALLS. SHOWER SURROUNDS HAVE COME OFF AND HAVE MOLD FROM THE WATER NOW LEAKING BEHIND THEM. THE HARDWARE SUCH AS THE FAUCETS HAVE NEVER WORKED AND LEAKED SINCE DAY ONE. AND THE DOORKNOBS, WHAT A JOKE, WE HAVE BEEN LOCKED IN ROOMS AS THEY QUIT WORKING A WEEK AFTER WE MOVED IN! THE TARDS THAT PUT IT TOGETHER, DID NOT MATCH THE TRIM AND IT HAS FALLEN OFF SEVERAL TIMES. THEY DID NOT MEET THE CRITERIA I GAVE WHEN I ORDERED THE DAMN THING SO I DID NOT GET THE APPLIANCES I ORDERED. THE SLIDING GLASS DOOR WAS PUT IN WRONG AND HAS SINCE BEEN BENT SO BADLY THAT IT WILL NOT SLIDE AFTER IT WAS RE-LEVELED AND PUT BACK IN CORRECTLY. OH AND MY CUPBOARDS HAVE FALLEN DOWN!!!! AND TOTALLY SEPERATED FROM THE WALLS!!!! AND MY FIREPLACE OMG - IT HAS CRACKED, IT WAS NEVER SEALED AND IT DOESN'T WORK!!!! NOT TO MENTION NONE OF THE EXTERIOR DOORS LINE UP THERE IS A TWO INCH GAP AT THE BOTTOM OF EACH DOOR SO I HAVE BUGS AND A NICE BREEZE IN THE 20 DEGREE BELOW 0 WEATHER!!!! AND THE CARPET YEP IT BUCKLES, AND NEEDS STRETCHED. AND NO THE COMPANY OFFERS NO WARRANTY, AND WILL NOT COME BACK AND FIX!!!! THE LOCAL COMPANY THAT SOLD IT TO US CAME BACK TWICE TO "FIX" THINGS I COULD HAVE HIRED THE LOCAL BUMS AND WOULD HAVE GOTTEN BETTER SERVICE. WHAT A JOKE. THEY WANTED TO NAIL A FREAKIN 2 x 4 TO MY CEILING AND STAIN IT FOR A RUSTIC LOOK SO I WOULDN'T SEE THE CRACKS ANYMORE. AND THE DIPSHITS THEY BROUGHT IN TO FIX THE ROOF ACTUALLY BROUGHT HIS WHOLE FAMILY TO CAMP OUT ON MY LAWN. I HAVE PICTURES. AND THEY SPENT MORE TIME MAKING OUT THAN FIXING. WHAT A NIGHTMARE I HIGHLY RECOMMEND DO NOT BUY A FOUR SEASONS HOUSE, PLEASE PLEASE BUY SOMETHING, ANY OTHER BRAND!!! AND IF YOU SHOP IN ROCK SPRINGS, DON'T SHOP IN THE NORTHERN END. GO OUT WEST! HAD I OF KNOW IT WOULD OF BEEN THIS BAD I WOULD HAVE WAITED, BUT I NEEDED TO SAVE MONEY, WHAT A TRUE LINE YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR, HOWEVER, I SPENT WAY MORE THAN WHAT ITS WORTH.
kerri from red bud, IL
my husband and i purchased a four seasons home 8 years ago and it has been a nightmare ever since! I HATE MY HOUSE!!!! this was supposed to be the home we lived in for the rest of our lives and i cant stand even being in it! the roof leaks, the kitchen cabinets are falling off the hinges, the carpet sucked only a month after we moved in, the floor wasnt put together right so you can obviously tell where it is put together, the sinks are coming apart from the counter tops, the laminate is coming off the counters, the edging where it was placed around the floors and cabinets is coming off,the screens have been coming apart and the plastic edges of the screens are breaking! this was the worst mistake i have EVER made in my entire life! the company we bought it from doesnt give a shit! when anybody ever asks if the should do a home like this i tell them ABSOLUTELY NOT!!!!!!
Kay Palm from Centralia, IL
We purchased a new Four Seasons "Autumn Manor" in 2001 from American Lifestyles Homes in Pickneyville, IL. From the very beginning we had problems with the carpet bulging up. Now the roof leaks in several places and the siding needs to be replaced. My understanding by the paperwork is that the roof is warrantied for 30 years. I guess they are out of business...nobody answers the phone and their website does not work. I would not recommend either one of them.
brad from little rock, ar
I bought a 1998 72x28 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath with fireplace. Nice kitchen,den,dining layout. Except for a leak in one skylight,fireplace blower quitting, and peeling of some door coverings, I've been pleased. I had to replace the backsplash along the kitchen sink as it delamminated(sp) Replaced the kitchen sink with a double sided stainless. Pulled all the carpet, except master and placed laminated flooring. I have really loved living in my "trailer", my friends that live in "real" houses are usually shocked when we tell them that is a manufactured home. Unfortunately, my situation requires me to sell.
Does anyone here know someone who would be interested in buying my home and moving it?
Vicki Cogan from Gravois Mills, MIssouri
We purchased a Four Seasons home from Barnes Homes. The work done through Barnes homes was TERRIBLE. They took three times as long as they were supposed to, when they came back to fix things they were not fixed right. We had to pay a drywall man to come in and fix the crack where the home is joined. The drain from the bathtub in the main bathroom was not connected and leaked into the ceiling of the basement until it became so saturated that it finally started leaking down the wall out a plug. The ceiling in the basement had to be torn out and the drain fixed and the sheetrock work redone. The siding looks like it was hung by a 10 year old. My husband is constantly on a ladder reattaching the siding that has blown off. The floors squeak, the sheetrock is cracking, fortunately in a closet, the cabinets are pulling away from the walls in the kitchen, etc etc. I have no experience with any other homes, but I would certainly consider another brand than Four Seasons, and I would never use Barnes Homes again.
Lori from Linden, Iowa
We purchased this manufactured piece of garbage 2 years ago and have had nothing but problems. We had to wait for four seasons to come out and repair and replace over 2 pages of broken, damaged, missing, leaking, cracking things for 13 months. When they came they didnt have the correct parts and the parts they did bring were damaged or in worse condition than what we had. They told us they would have to return with the rest of our items and with the correct tools in a couple of weeks. Needless to say they never showed and finally after several attempts to get someone to call us with a time to finish the repairs we were told they were going out of business. So here we sit with 2 pages of warranty work still needing to be
done. The house is still cracking and the roof is leaking, we spend around $3000. in gas to heat because the duct work is cheap and has not been routed properly and needs to be replaced. All the countertops are pulling away from the outside walls and all the cubboards have cold air blowing in them. The fireplace is not what we ordered by any means this is for decoration not for heat and it is marked that way. We cant use it because it sends smoke back in house and sets all the fire alarms off. They replaced our back door with another broken and leaking door so we had to go and purchase and install a real door. The windows all leak cold air and we have to cover with plastic. We contacted Kinro windows regarding their windows and sliding patio door and they informed us after coming and looking at them that they were installed wrong by four seasons and that is why they leak blowing cold air and the patio door it flex's when the wind is blowing and leaks cold air as well they blamed four seasons. We paid extra for the upgrades on insulation and windows and also the flooring. I would not recommend or use Kinro windows they are a piece of junk and cheap! There are so many things wrong here that we are now looking at selling it!! Beware of four seasons and kinro windows. Just a note to Susan Grogan from Laurie Mo, I am glad you are so impressed please contact me I have a four seasons home you can sell !!
Ray from Greenville, IN
We bought this 1997 model Four Seasons Home 3 years ago and find it to be more sound than most if not all of the lot constructed homes I have lived in over the past 65 years. I added a concrete front porch to give a look of Permanence. We love it.
Francis Critney from Columbus,Indiana
I bought my home in 2002 and must admit this is the worst investment I have ever made !
I paid extra for your best carpet padding and carpet,the great room had to be changed 4 vtimes.When I had lamiante flooring installed the contractor laughed at the quality of both pad and carpet.
I have had to put on a new roof already and now I find that the drywall on the ceilings is falling down! To my surprise ,no nails ,or screws holding the dry wall up!!!!!Glue covers the ceiling joist and over about 2" either side.
I paid over $75,000 for this house and it is not worth $35,000.
I have never seen such shoddy construction,that includes the on site crew.
Oh yes,i had to reside the home too! Now I see that my windows are guing to !!!!
I pray for a tornado to hit my home.
I could never recomend your company !
Just in case you want to know where I bought this "wonderful"home they are closed now,but they were Taylorsville Homes Supercenter Inc..Mr.David ESKILSON
Judi Anderson from WV
We bought our home about 3 yrs ago and have had nothing but problems. We have had to replace the hot water tank, dishwasher, kitchen sinks, and the shower is next.
Will not buy another one of these homes.
Jason from Wisconsin
I purchased a Four Seasons Home in 1998 in northern Wisconsin. I am very pleased with the quality of this house, and I have only had minor problems. One of the windows did leak after two years and the skylight in the bathroom also had to be replaced after five years. Other than that this house has been a wonderful home for my family.
Rex from Pedro, Ohio
I bought a 1998 autumn manor series 16x80 in 1999 new and was told it was the best single wide built...as soon as the warranty ran out on my carefree vinyl windows the gas leaked and it cost 2,000 to have them resealed...I have a skylite in each bathroom which are being replaced because of leaking and my shingle roof was finished in a different color on about the last 15 feet of my home..I guess they ran out....also I have a gust of cold air that comes from under the lavatory in the bathroom in the winter....I have tried everything but nothing helps....I guess it was half finished also as long as it looked good.
Wayne Bentley from Fayette, IA
We have had nothing but problems with this house we have.
Kay from Minnesota
I would not consider this a home, it is always referred to as a house. Our floors are heaving in some area's and our kitchen is sinking. The cabinets (after being replaced because cheap one's were sent instead of the raised oak that we ordered) are pulling away from the walls because the center of the house is sinking. We have no air return system even though it was ordered. I do believe they converted a manufactured house into a modular one. Everything was wrong from day one. I need more space. Would never recommend Four Seasons Housing.
LaRue Nulph from Mercer PA
We purchased our home in September 1996 from Riverview Homes in Apollo PA. Randy Bollinger was our salesman and we have been very satisfied with the home. The way my husband set it up, no one knows it is a double wide. We live in a private community and our home looks ecvery bit as nice as the stick built homes in the same size category. I am having a problem finding a new range hood (because of the size) and I want one that is fully enclosed.
Kim from Mississippi
Admiration Builders, and Four seasons housing. We purchased a home here in the gulf port area that was a admiration home. This while it had some problems have been covered by the manufacture and is now a beautiful home for our family. Thank you.
Deborah Gabel from Biloxi, MS
We purchased and paid cash for a Four Seasons Home throught Morgan Hunter Homes and a local real easte company. It has been 8 months and the house still cannot be lived in. There are 3 broken floor support beams, the siding (LP) is buckeling, the foundation was not done properly,the interior walls continue to crack as the house sits there.
PS: John Carricate the Sales Manager for Four Seasons is the individual that actually handled the sale of the house with his brother Lou, who formed Morgan Hunter Homes.
We would never buy and wish we would have never bought this house.
Susan Grogan from Laurie Mo.
I am not a Customer, I sell Manufactured and Modular Homes. We recently started selling Four Season Homes, and I just wanted to say, I am really impressed with the homes. I come from a construction background, so I am pretty familiar with the way a home is built. So I can honestly say, I think Four Season Homes are truely a great investment. If you want true quality and great follow up, choose Four Seasons. And stop by and see me at Ozark Homes in Laurie Mo.
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