What is a Manufactured Home?

A manufactured home is built indoors in a factory-like setting. The finished product is covered and transported to its new location, and assembled there. A manufactured home is simply a home that is built off-site, rather than on-site.



  • Faster. They’re built 66% faster. 
  • Quality. Built by full-time, highly skilled employees for consistent, on-time delivery.
  • Customizable. Tell us what you want, and it gets built that way.
  • Green. Building this way has a smaller environmental footprint.


Kent Homes offers the most energy efficient line of homes manufactured in Atlantic Canada.

Kent Homes is the first manufactured home builder in Atlantic Canada to offer all houses at EnerGuide 83 Standards. *Comparing the average home today at an EnerGuide 77 rating, a Kent Home with an EnerGuide 83 rating is 24% more energy efficient, a saving of almost $1000 per year. Plus, EnerGuide 83 homes could qualify for Government Rebates. Ask your Kent Homes Retailer for details.

All Kent Homes are built to industry EnerGuide 83 (E-83) Standards:

  • Lower heating bills every month
  • Bigger & better Low E & Argon windows
  • Comfortable living year round with a heat pump
  • Low maintenance costs
  • Enhanced and controlled air quality


Tight Construction

  • Built in a controlled environment free from weather elements
  • 6 mil vapour barrier ensures continuous, completely sealed envelope
  • Floor sheathing glued and screwed to floor joists
  • Acoustical sealant between walls, floor & roof eliminates air leakage
  • Insulated electrical boxes complete with vapour barrier on exterior walls

Structurally Sound

  • Kiln dried lumber with 19% moisture content or less
  • 2x3 cross bridging between floor joists
  • Double perimeter floor joists
  • Pre-Engineered roof trusses

Insulation Techniques

  • Fiberglass insulation installed from the outside eliminates air gaps on the cold side of the insulation
  • Insulating the roof from the outside in before sheathing is installed guarantees the best coverage

Kent Homes Standards

  • Exterior walls at 24" on center reduces thermal bridging
  • Tarred and nailed roof shingles
  • Heat Recovery Ventilation Systems
  • Fujitsu Ductless Mini Split Heat Pumps
  • Low E & Argon windows