Modular Home Manufacturers & Builders Directory
Pine Grove Homes
100 Hammersmith Drive
Pine Grove, PA 17963
Pine Grove Homes Description:
"...Since our humble beginnings over 37 years ago, our housing companies have earned and enjoyed the finest reputation among consumers, builders, retailers, and code officials within the housing industry. Our companies are operated "hands-on" by on-site owner management with nearly 40 years of experience..."
Providing these building styles:
- Manufactured mobile homes
Providing modular homes and buildings in:
|How Long in Business||1982|
|Yearly Avg. Number of Homes (Est.)||Over 300
|Professional Organizations/Affiliations||None provided|
(Architects & Draftsmen)
|No architects available|
|Location of Factories||Pine Grove, PA|
|How to Buy a Home||Through authorized retailers|
|Building Materials||Wood & Steel|
|Energy Efficiency||Exterior Walls: R-19 Fiberglass Insulation, Floors: R-19 (outrigger area) & R-27 (belly area) Floor Insulation, Roof: R-38 Ceiling Insulation|
|Construction Timeframe||1-3 weeks|
|Customization Flexibility||Limited customization options|
|Amount of Floorplans||Over 50 online floorplans|
|Avg. Cost per Square Foot||$80-$110|
|Avg. Transportation Costs||Depends on final site|
|Avg. Placement Costs||Depends on location|
|Garage/Deck Availability||Depends on model selected|
|Possible to Addon to Existing Home||Not offered|
|Guarantees||10-Year RWC Structural Warranty|
|Number of Factory Inspections||Dependent on final delivery location|
|Number of Building Site Inspections||Performed by builder network|
|Information Package||Online brochures and floorplans available on their website|
|Editor's Rating ||
|Editorial Review||Pine Grove has had some trouble. In 2010 their operations were flooded and damaged. We were informed Pine Grove closed their manufactured homes operation. It appears that Pine Grove Homes has continued their operations in a new location. If you are looking for a manufactured home you should proceed with caution to make sure they have fully recovered from the 2010 setback. If you want a custom designed two story modular home you should visit their sister company - Pleasant Valley Modular Homes. The Pleasant Valley Modular Homes division does a good job accommodating those seeking true modular homes. Our mystery shopper liked the large amount of information and online brochures found on their website but found the website a little hard to navigate.|
|Mystery Shopper Rating ||
Personal Reviews of Pine Grove Homes
gary day from berwick maine
My wife and i ahver been looking for two years now and have deciced on a pine grove home. We did a plant tour and it is unreal the care that goes into these homes. The people in the center are very helpefull and never onced tried to push us or sell us any upgrades what so ever. They listened to our need and what we wanted and showed us just that not every thing under the sun so you were all confused and purchased what theyup sell. I have listened and read all kinds of on line reviews Pine grove and pleasent valley are not salesman they are there to help us the working man and women and put us in a home we want not what they want to sell and make money on. There is a lot to be said about a company like this and the way their homes are built.. Our thanks go out to the complete crew at pine grove and pleasent valley home exspecialy Jeff zimmerman who help us . Thank you ever so much for your honesty and advice The Days Sharlene and Gary From maine
Robert from Egg Harbor, NJ
Happened to read the review I wrote a few months back and saw I had mistakenly given 3 stars as a rating. This should have been a 5 star review.I still love my home and continue to be impressed with the how little it takes to heat or cool. With 12 inch "I" beams and 2 x 6 walls the insulation is great! Be sure to check out their web site and compare the specs. to other homes before you buy. I only did this after the purchase but was I glad to see I had made a lucky choice!
Robert from Egg Harbor, NJ
Bought my 16 x 68 single wide 16 months ago! Love it! Well built energy star home. Super efficient, super insulated. Nice appliances ie. side by side fridge with water and ice through the door, full size brand name washer and dryer, self clean range with three racks, etc. Beautiful maple cabinets throughout. Home comes with a 25 year warranty shingled roof. 10 year structual home warranty. What more can I say but I love my home! Thanks Pine Grove and I wish you the best in helping others in their search of a truly quality manufactured home.
Mike from Maine
Crappy molding,cheap doors,hole in the kitchen floor,bad roofing job,have to replace the drywall on one wall and the rest has to be redone even after their people "fixed the problem" and the list goes on. Their repair men do fly by night work,Just get it done. Good luck...
Roxie Saulsberry from Lower Burrell
We purchased our home in 2003. Our skylight leaks in the kitchen when we had that bad winter there was water pouring into our kitchen through the microwave. We need our storm door replaced and the bathroom sink is all puckered from the water. Our carpet is puckering as well and needs replaced.
Clinton Small from Topsham, ME 04086
Our 2010 16 X 68 mobile home is very comfortable/ Ceiling in te kitchen has cracked in two different places. Other room ceiings have cracked. Carpet is bunching up throughout the home. We do love the open concept expecially the oak kitchen as my wife loves to cook.
Florence Alpert from Candor, NY
Totally Dislike. Year 3 of ownership of 24 X 52 double wide, replaced sky lights, mitigated the roof damaged for improper install, replaced both bath room ceilings.No warrenty on anything after one year from purchase date; time line does not start at the time of receiving a Cert.of Occupancy. Yr 4, replaced furnace, a ridge cap on roof. Yr 10, had to replace toilets, both seals broken,( we are of normal 150 lb weight) Need to replace one floor and replace floor covering both floors. Yr 12 replaced roof shingles. Home is still in need of replacing 11 windows have broken air seals and have year round moisture inside and 5 of them can no longer be raised up to open. Company would not come on site to when requested to inspect roof or windows.
Tom Dee from Denver, NY
We are in our 25th year living in our Pine Grove double-wide home which is situated on private land in the Catskill Mountains.
Three years ago we replaced the original roof which entailed having to also replace all the egde wood panels, front and back, due to water damage. Problem turned out to be not in the manufacturer, but the on-site installers who failed to properly install roof cap venting. Major ice dams caused the failure.
Furnace is original, still working as is all plumbing pipes and electric wiring. We have replaced faucets and master bath counter top and sink, elextrical outlets that simply failed from years of use.
A couple of years after moving in we began removing all wall battens and screwed and taped panels. All ceilings were replaced with sheetrock (gypsum board) about five years after we moved in which was our choice. This past winter we refinished all the oak cabinets in both baths and kitchen.
Our main reason for purchasing this home was due to the basic structural quality which was lacking in most all other manufacturered homes on the market at that time. It has survived well the brunt of our brutal Catskill Mountain winters. Snowfalls of 18-24" are common here. Our main issues were with the local mobile home dealer from whom we purchased the home. Despite their best efforts to ruin the home, even to the point of leaving the ends of the house exposed for an entire winter before installing the siding, it has held up well. ABout nine years ago we attached a two car garage and converted the smallest of the three bedrooms into a 11'X20' den. We are currently looking to replace the original garden tub in the master bath as it has been cracked for a number of years and getting worse. In retrospect, if an upgrade to a better material than ABS plastic is beening offered on this product I strongly suggest taking it. Color fading has been very apparent in the bathroom appliances and for the most part all color match has failed many, many years ago.
The exterior of the house was wrapped in Fomcore, but I think that even a 1/4" OSB type board would have worked better in the long run.
All windows and doors were replaced about fifteen years ago as they were of the then typical mobile home style.
I haven't seen a new Pine Grove home so I can only go by our own personally experience. If they have kept up with the market and are continuing to build quality into their homes I would recommend them highly.
Sharon L. White from Eliot ME
I have lived in my pinegrove home (model #1962) for 2 years. My major complaint is the beading between the kitchen counter and the backsplash. It continually cracks. I would like to upgrade my front door but in the online brochure you give descriptions but no pictures. Is there a brochure that shows my options?
William Gurney from Lewes, Delaware
First I would like to say that we love our home which we have now occupied for four years. We talked my sister-in-law and her husband to buy a Pine Grove Home and they bought one exactly like ours. I do have a serious complaint, we purchased upgraded vinyl flooring in the kitchen, the floor is turning yellow at the ends, it appears the glue is coming through the vinyl. My sister-in-law is having the same problem in the exact same location. I would very much appreciate if someone could contact us in regards to the flooring. Thank you.
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