Clayton is committed to building green.
We believe in building our homes in a controlled environment free from the outside elements where we can control waste and energy usage levels. We recycle cardboard, plastic, carpet padding, vinyl siding and scrap wood.
Excess building waste is minimized by having exact dimensions and measurements for our building materials. Any excess, if at all possible, goes to a mulching company thus keeping it out of landfills.
By building efficiently and monitoring energy consumption we save money over time and then pass these savings on to our customers so you can save even more money.
The energy and resources used to build our homes are used more effectively than site built homes.
Looking for energy efficient features for your home? Check out the ENERGY STAR® Certified Home. By choosing one of our ENERGY STAR® certified new homes, you get a modular or manufactured home that is more energy efficient than homes built to the minimum code requirements.Find Out More
*ENERGY STAR and the ENERGY STAR mark are registered trademarks owned by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
ISO 14001 is an environmental management system designed to help minimize our facilities’ negative effects on the environment while complying with local laws and regulations to continually improve.
These high standards make a positive contribution to the world we live in.
Clayton has made a commitment to certify each and every one of its building facilities.
What does this mean? We are taking our commitment of “building green” to a national level – we are committed to holding ourselves to the highest energy management system we can.