Patriot Homes Rolls into the Gulf Coast Region with Solutions for the Rebuilding of the Gulf Coast

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Factory Built Housing provides an efficient and economical way to rebuild neighborhoods ravaged by Hurricanes Katrina. This innovative approach to the rebuilding process overcomes the labor and housing shortages that we are seeing in the affected areas.

One of the best gifts you can give someone is hope, and that is what the team at Patriot Homes took to the Governors Expo in Biloxi, MS last weekend.

Architect John Carricarte, Lifestylist® Suzanne Felber and the Patriot Homes team worked on designing homes that would fit in perfectly with the architecture and styles of the homes that previously graced the Gulf Coast regions and were ravaged by Hurricane Katrina. The Initiative Home was toured by dignitaries, media, developers, and consumers. All were amazed at what factory built housing can offer and were excited about the opportunities.

The Initiative Home was built at the Patriot Homes of Alabama facility and was complete with a full front porch wide enough for rockers or a porch swing, 9 ft. ceilings, and details that graced the historical homes in this area. The sunny, inviting interior became a favorite place for all to meet and discuss the rebuilding opportunities. The home was also a favorite because of how the home was designed around the coastal lifestyle -- the master suite with separate shower was ideal for an active family, and the kitchen was designed around a family that loves to entertain -- complete with stainless steel GE appliances and a pot filler for cooking up some fo teh local crawfish and red beans and rice. Nothing was semi-homemade in this home -- it was all designed around homeowners who expect the best at an achievable cost.

Patriot Homes has a 34 year long reputation of being a family owned business that builds homes for other families. Sam Weidner Sr., President of Patriot Homes is proud of how his company has always been a leader in the housing industry, and is excited about the opportunities that are now in front of us.

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