MARYVILLE, Tenn., Nov. 10, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Clayton, one of the largest homebuilders of manufactured, modular and site-built houses in America, announced the launch of a redesigned version of its website, ClaytonHomes.com, which features a fresh look, interactive tools and helpful content to educate and guide homebuyers during their journey to homeownership.
The new site, designed by Made Movement of Boulder, Colo., has been in the works for almost a year and was created to provide an immersive, user-friendly experience that includes a sleek, modern homepage with beautiful photos and videos as well as enhanced innovative capabilities that allow homebuyers to get inspiration as they explore and dream of their ideal floorplans.
"We are extremely excited to launch this website to the public, especially Millennials," Clayton CEO Kevin Clayton said. "We want to change the way homebuyers begin their journey toward homeownership, and we believe that an interactive, creative space where site visitors can customize and dream of their ideal home is going to be the answer."
Some of the new website features include:
"Today's customer wants to be in the driver's seat and we are delivering that with these new features," Clayton said. "We will continue to unveil additional digital tools and mobile apps throughout the year that will empower our customers and help make this important life decision a social, interactive experience. We can't wait to revolutionize the homebuying journey and guide our industry into the digital future."
Clayton, a Berkshire Hathaway company, was founded in 1956 and is proud of its history of providing affordable, quality homes. The Company is a diverse builder offering traditional site-built homes, modular homes, manufactured housing, "tiny" homes, college dormitories, military barracks and apartments. In 2015, Clayton built more than 34,000 homes. Clayton Built™ homes are designed and assembled in America. The Company's 36 home building facilities became ISO 14001 registered in 2016 for green building practices.