Clayton Built® manufactured homes are made with quality materials from brands you trust. Check out what brands are a part of our building process and learn what materials go into each home.
What materials go into manufactured home walls?
Just like a site built home, our homes are built from quality materials such as finished drywall, which a commonly used material for manufactured home walls. It often provides more design options. However, Vinyl On Gypsum (VOG) and Paper On Gypsum (POG) wallboard are also used because they are easy to clean, are lightweight and hold up better against liquids¹.
Drywall Underneath Both Options
With either finished drywall or covered wallboards, the base wall material you'll find in your manufactured home is drywall. POG and VOG wallboards are pieces of drywall that have a covering laminated to the entire piece of drywall.
Both finished drywall and covered wallboards are made of a slightly thinner drywall material than walls found in site-built homes because thinner drywall weighs less and makes the building process and transportation process more efficient.
What kind of wall studs go into manufactured homes?
The wall studs you'll find in Clayton Built® manufactured homes will vary by your final home site wind zone, the home site thermal zone, the price point of your home and other factors. This means that depending on a variety of factors, you may have wall studs in your manufactured home that are 2X3s, 2X4s, 2X6s or even 2X8s