With tablets and smartphones gaining popularity, and in some cases becoming necessary in the everyday American lifestyle, we’re stepping up our game when it comes to available upgrades and features in our manufactured homes.
Most of our manufactured and modular homes can now be equipped to accommodate such devices. Check out my picks for the top 4 tech features Clayton offers:
1. Built-in Power Strip
Have you ever had a kitchen appliance that was nowhere close to an electrical outlet? Or possibly multiple pieces of technology at your desk with not enough electrical outlets on the closest wall?
If the answer is yes, then you know the struggle of having to go out of your way to simply use an outlet. You could resort to a bulky power strip or extension cord, but typically those can get messy and a bunch of jumbled cords isn’t very pleasing to the eye.
If this sounds like a problem you’ve run into then this first feature might be just what you need. These built-in, pop up power strips can be added to a number of manufactured home features such as kitchen counters and built-in desk spaces.
2. Tablet Mount
This second innovative tech feature is a game changer when it comes to anything from hosting an event to just general, everyday life. The tablet mount feature allows you to consolidate multiple tech devices into one information hub.
From there you can control several of your favorite tech features such as your surround sound stereo, programmable thermostat, blinds and multimedia library from one central location. The tablet mount docks onto the wall in the most trafficked room of your manufactured home for easy access.
3. Keyless Entry
Ever wished that you didn’t have so many keys to keep up with? If you have ever misplaced or lost your house key then you know how frustrating it is not being able to get into your own home.
The keyless entry feature offered by Clayton for mobile and modular homes is an easy-to-use number pad that can be installed on any exterior door. This tech feature can help eliminate the need to carry a house key or keep a hide-a-key, which could help make your home safer.
4. Sliding Barn Doors
Doors aren’t typically considered “tech features,” but these particular doors can change the feel of the room and how you view your home! You can even add farmhouse flair with certain sliding barnwood doors.
They can also keep your favorite tech devices hidden when you want them to be. This trendy feature helps you utilize space in your home and looks good while doing it!