What You Missed at the Louisville Manufactured Housing Show – Part 1

I was anticipating seeing some beautiful new homes and talking with vendors from a side of the offsite construction industry I didn’t have a lot of connection. I was rewarded for my efforts. Here is the first of several articles about the show.

These pictures are from one of the homes on display from Adventure Homes. Check out the butcherblock island and the faucet above the stove. Nice features

This is the Living Room of this home.

I also found this really nice family room nearby in the home.

Here are a few of the vendors I met while there. Many of them specialize in manufactured housing only.

These state-of-the-art fittings from Flair-it require a crimp tool and are the most secure, cost-effective way to plumb large projects. This booth also featured DuraKwick Stone products.

The National Latham Group has been helping save their manufactured home clients money through volume buying for decades! Andrew Winterkorn is the guy!

I met Lisa Freeman at the N-Tech Industries booth, where she explained that the company provides flooring for the manufactured housing industry.

I love mechanical things, but I just couldn’t get my head around what Perfect-A-Line was promoting until I spent some time with Rand Brown. He really knows his stuff.

Gary Fleisher, Contributing Editor

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Gary Fleisher

Gary Fleisher, “The Mod Coach”, has been entrenched in the offsite construction industry for most of his life. Having started his career in the lumber industry, Gary spent decades working with manufactured and modular home producers and homebuilders. For the past 15 years his blog and LinkedIn postings have introduced thousands to the benefits of factory-built construction and have served as a forum for industry professionals to share insights and perspectives. Gary lives in Hagerstown, MD with his wife, Peg.

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