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Survivor Testimonials      
These residents of Charlotte County had nothing but praise for the way their modern manufactured homes weathered Hurricane Charley.

2004: Year of Disaster 
The 2004 hurricane season was the worst ever for Florida—and the most expensive series of disasters in U.S. history. Find out the details of four consecutive hurricanes.

Four Strikes       
Charley, Frances, Ivan, Jeanne—four of the most unwelcome visitors Florida has ever had. View the sequence of four strikes in six weeks in the late summer of 2004.

The Best Built Homes in America
Modern manufactured homes are not the flimsy constructions of popular myth. They are, in fact, engineered and built to be stronger than the most stringent building codes require.
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