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Check us out on Forbes Magazine's List of 100 Best Small Companies!

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Cavco Industries, Inc. - our parent company here at Palm Harbor Homes in Cleveland, Texas - and its family of companies in the construction services industry  (That's us - Palm Harbor - Cleveland!!) are proud to announce that we have been listed as # 13 on Forbes® Magazine’s list of "America’s Best Small Companies 2014."

Since 1979, Forbes has been publishing a list of their top 100 small companies from all industry segments based on their consistent sales and earnings growth. Companies included in this list must have generated less than $1 billion in revenue each year, have been publicly traded for at least one year with a stock price no lower than $5 a share, and may not have been involved in "fuzzy" accounting or have major legal troubles.

"Being ranked highly on Forbes 35th annual list of America’s 100 Best Small Companies is a great honor," said Joe Stegmayer, Cavco President, CEO and Chairman of the Board. "This recognition is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our associates to provide outstanding homes and construction services while generating value to our shareholders. We are thankful to our customers, associates, suppliers and our shareholders for helping us earn this wonderful distinction."

So if you want to buy your home from the BEST home manufactured home builder, come on in to Palm Harbor in Cleveland - 5 time Winner of Manufactured Home Builder of the Year and #13 on Forbes Magazine's Top 100 Small Companies in America!! 

Call us at (281) 592-8600!

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OUR HOMES WEATHER THE FORCES OF NATURE!!

Weathering The Forces of Nature!!

Since Palm Harbor began building homes in 1976, we have relentlessly focused on one thing. Giving our customers “more home for their money.” An important part of this is building a strong, durable home that provides peace of mind for home owners.

Over the years, when extreme forces of nature have struck an area with a concentration of our homes, thankful Palm Harbor homeowners have shared with us how their homes weathered the storm.

As their home builder, these stories are a great source of satisfaction for us. We are proud to know that the homes we build have protected so many over the years. It also spurs us on to continue to find ways to improve the strength and durability of our homes.

Homeowner Peace of Mind

Ron and Karen Nichols' modular Riviera model was the only home rated inhabitable for nearly a mile between 14th and 15th Streets in Mexico Beach after Hurricane Michael hit in October 2018.

Although we never want anyone to be forced to endure such an extreme force of nature, we know from experience that many will. Please, always follow weather-related warnings and evacuations for you and your loved ones.

And if you ever have to evacuate your home and possession to protect your life, you can feel much more secure about leaving if you own a Palm Harbor home.

If you would like to ream customer stories of homes that have weathered the storm, here are a list of some of our favorites. Just click through for more information.

Palm Harbor Homes Weathered These Storms

Art and Donna Fowler's Palm Harbor Home in Florida City, Florida survived incredibly well after 1992's Hurricane Andrew. Enlarge
Art and Donna Fowler's Palm Harbor Home in Florida City, Florida survived incredibly well after 1992's Hurricane Andrew.
Norm and Betty Bunn's Palm Harbor home surviving 2004's Hurricane Charley amidst destroyed homes by competing brands. Enlarge
Norm and Betty Bunn's Palm Harbor home surviving 2004's Hurricane Charley amidst destroyed homes by competing brands.
The Blood's home survived Hurricane Ike in 2008 in Sabine Pass, TX. Enlarge
The Blood's home survived Hurricane Ike in 2008 in Sabine Pass, TX.
Kurt and Betty Stafford's home survived Hurricane Irma in 2017 just like the other 14 Palm Harbor homes in Venture Out Resort. Enlarge
Kurt and Betty Stafford's home survived Hurricane Irma in 2017 just like the other 14 Palm Harbor homes in Venture Out Resort.
Ron and Karen Nichols' modular Riviera model was the only home rated inhabitable for nearly a mile between 14th and 15th Streets in Mexico Beach after Hurricane Michael hit in October 2018. Enlarge
Ron and Karen Nichols' modular Riviera model was the only home rated inhabitable for nearly a mile between 14th and 15th Streets in Mexico Beach after Hurricane Michael hit in October 2018.

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