MARYVILLE, Tenn. Oct. 3, 2013 – Camouflage wall panels. Check. Si Security Locker for your hunting gear. Done. “Si’s Stash” safe for valuables. You bet.
Clayton Homes, America’s largest homebuilder*, recently unveiled the limited edition Si Pad, an affordable, quality home designed with the needs of ‘the outdoorsman’ in mind, inspired by Duck Dynasty® star, Si Robertson. Robertson has endorsed Clayton Homes as a ‘good call.’
This charming, country-chic home is available in
five unique floor plans with available features like:
Camouflage wall panels
“Si’s Security Locker” designed as a gun closet
Wooden ceiling beams
Rustic wood trim throughout the home
Wood grain linoleum flooring
“Si’s Stash” safe
Farmhouse sink with gooseneck faucet
”When Si was looking at all the different models and discovered our savings value, he was surprised,” said Kevin Clayton, CEO of Clayton Homes.
”Since we are the nation’s largest homebuilder*, our buying power allows us to purchase high-quality building materials, add more features, and pass the savings along to our customers.”
Si praises Clayton Homes for their customer service, and for being built in America. “I‘ve got a Clayton Home. Trust me, I’m gonna out-relax everybody in a 100 mile radius,” quipped Si Robertson. “Hey, if that don’t make you want to buy a Clayton Home, maybe this will. My icy stare.”
To check out the Si Pad floor plan or find a Clayton Homes authorized dealer near you, visit claytonhomes.com.
About Clayton Homes
Clayton Homes’ purpose is opening doors to a better life, one home at a time. As one of the nation’s largest home builders, Clayton Homes is a vertically integrated Berkshire Hathaway company that builds, sells, finances and insures manufactured homes through its affiliates and family of brands.
Duck Dynasty and A&E are the trademarks of A&E Television Networks, LLC and are not affiliated with Clayton Homes, nor is Clayton Homes a sponsor of Duck Dynasty.
*Largest homebuilder in 2012 as of 7/26/2013, based on a comparison of the number of manufactured homes sold to the number of site built homes sold as reported by builderonline.com and the number of manufactured homes shipped as compared to all other manufactured home manufacturers as reported by the Manufactured Housing Institute.