Chuck Morgan

Vice President of Site Construction, Clayton Homes

Chuck Morgan has been in the manufactured housing business since 1991. Starting out as an independent business owner installing and refurbishing manufactured homes until 1997, Chuck then moved into the retail side of manufactured housing as a salesman, sales manager, general manager, Regional VP, Zone VP, and VP of Operations. He is currently the VP of Site Construction, heading up a new venture for Clayton Homes to elevate the quality of home installations. Chuck is a graduate of the University of Tennessee with a BS and MBA in business, marketing, and finance, is certified manufactured home installer in the state of Tennessee, and is active with various state associations as well as MHI, the industry's national trade association.


Site Preparations for CrossMod™
| Sep 8, 2020

A new class of manufactured homes, known as CrossMod, is making incredible strides for homeowners. A CrossMod allows a homeowner to purchase a HUD code home using traditional site-built financing. CrossMod models are modern, stylish homes that can appreciate in value because they can use site-built homes as comps in the appraisal process. Two Lending […]

Basic Soils Science
| Aug 31, 2020

Soil is made up of different sized particles, air, and water. The four main types of soil are: gravel, sand, silt, and clay. The type of soil used can make or break the overall quality of the foundation so it’s important to understand a few basics of soil science to ensure a long-lasting foundation. Watch […]

Retaining Walls
| Feb 11, 2020

A retaining wall is a vertical structure designed to contain soil and prevent erosion. The most common retaining walls used in residential construction are Gravity and Anchored walls. Gravity walls use the weight of the wall to hold back the soil. They are best suited to small slopes requiring walls of less than 3-4 feet […]

Introducing MH Advantage® by Fannie Mae
| Apr 1, 2019

MH Advantage® is an initiative from Fannie Mae® that offers manufactured homes with certain features as an affordable alternative to site-built. There is an affordable housing crisis in America. The average new “site-built” home costs $363,300 with land, which the average household cannot afford in most areas. Manufactured housing has been identified as a likely solution […]


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