|Our Award Winning Homes have
been acclaimed both in State and National levels. We
were awarded 1998 Energy Efficient Builder of the Year and in 2000, Valley Manufactured Housing
followed up with a Gold Medal in the National Association of Home
Builders EnergyValue Housing Award.
We were the first ever manufactured home builder to receive this
We have received another
Medal in the National Association of Home Builders 2001
We received a Silver
Medal in the National Association of Home Builders 2002 Energy Value
National Association of Home
Builders 2001 EnergyValue Housing Award
In 2001, ten Gold Medal Winners were awarded. These winning builders
represent the future of the home building industry.
Moderate Climate Factory Built Home
Valley Manufactured Housing, Inc., has been fabricating factory-built
homes for the past 11 years and currently builds about 400 units annually.
This 1,902-square-foot HUD-code house was built near Yakima, Washington, for $35
per square foot.
The exterior insulation and air sealing package creates an energy-efficient
building shell that includes R-33 floors, R-21 walls, R-49 flat ceilings, and
R-38 cathedral ceilings. A whole-house exhaust fan is coupled with window
air intake vents to ensure indoor air quality. Factory assembly reduces
waste and permits in-house and third-party quality inspections. All Valley
Manufactured Housing construction meets or exceeds the Super Good Cents Energy
Valley Manufactured Housing would like to thank Mike Lubliner, WSU Energy
Program, Super Good Cents/Natural Choice staff; Summit Windows; State
Industries, hot water heaters; American Standard, faucets; Johns Manville,
insulation; G.E., appliances; and Panasonic, whole-house ventilation fan.
The company extends its greatest appreciation to its staff, which
conscientiously builds superior quality, energy-efficient homes.
Dear Mr. Berger
In recognition of your commitment to the construction of energy efficient
housing., Washington State University Cooperative Extension Energy Program
awards Valley Quality Homes with the title, "1998 Energy Efficient Builder
of the Year.
In 1998, every manufactured home Valley produced exceeded the energy
efficiency standards of the Super Good Cents/ Natural Choice program.
Valley's quality control is consistent and uncompromising. Valley passes
every Super Good Cents/Natural Choice in-plant inspection without a hitch, and
follows up with good customer service. In 1998 our office did not receive
a single complaint regarding Valley homes.
The Goal of the Super Good Cents/Natural Choice program is to build homes
that are more comfortable and cost less to live in. All Valley homes meet
this goal. Super Good Cents and Natural Choice homes use 30% less heating
energy than manufactured homes built to meet the national standard. High
levels of insulation, air sealing, and high quality windows make every square
foot of the home comfortable. Valley's commitment to building these high
quality homes has made it a standard bearer for energy efficiency in the
manufactured housing industry.
WSU Energy Program, Super Good Cents/Natural Choice Staff