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edguice
I don't mind, but I can't remember. I may have some paperwork somewhere; I'll come back here if I find it. My builder was E&L builders in Manassas, VA.; they got them from the NE somewhere.
   
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edguice
My home; for the holidays
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Amanda Carol Interiors

Great article on things to know about prefab homes. Thanks for the share!

   
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