Construction Process

We take pride in our craftsmanship.

Inside a Champion Facility

Our manufacturing facilities are designed to optimize the construction process. Craftsmen have access to tools, jigs, tables and material handling equipment that allow us to craft high quality, stronger, more durable structures. Such equipment is simply not viable for on-site construction. What’s more, our facilities protect building materials from the elements and other issues.

Champion manufacturing plants have approximately 20 to 25 workstations on the assembly line. In addition, there are multiple worktables and jigs where smaller components are put together and delivered to the assembly line with the use of overhead crane systems. Each station is equipped with the tools and equipment needed to complete the work within the station and increase the efficiency and quality of the workforce.

Champion Homes, Weiser, Idaho, construction process

Quality Assurance

At every step of the way, in-house inspectors check to make sure that each Champion home is built to our high standards. In addition to our own quality audits, third-party federal or state inspectors examine the modules at multiple stages of the process and certify that each home exceeds the appropriate building code.

This combination craftsmanship and quality assurance results in stylish manufactured houses that will you will be proud to call your home.