Start at American Homes for a quality, friendly buying experience

In 1968, local attorney John C. Solomon started a family business selling modular homes. For eight years, that business operated under the name Solomon Homes. In 1976, the business got a new name, American Homes, but kept the same family-oriented atmosphere and great service.

More than 40 years under the American Homes name, the Mileground Road business has been around longer than any other retailer in the state of West Virginia. That can likely be traced back to that friendly, top-notch service from everyone – the salespeople to the builders to the finishers. Many of the employees have worked there for 30 years or more, providing decades of experience in every area.

That helpful attitude also translates to an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, which determines what businesses meet accreditation standards. Those standards include being committed to making a good faith effort to resolve any consumer complaints.

With all this in mind, it’s easy to see why American Homes is the best place to go if you are shopping for a modular home – be it for a small, two-bedroom model; the largest five-bedroom option; or a commercial space.

Using a team approach, American Homes helps its customers from start to finish. From choosing the right floorplan to picking amenities to delivery, set-up and finishing, customers will deal with American Homes crews every step of the way. They know most home buyers expect to do a new home project just once, but American Homes employees do it every day and are proud to help make the experience easy.

Check out the Mileground location to see 17 homes on display. Don’t see what you like? There are hundreds of other plans available through five different manufacturers. And, the plans can be customized to meet the wants and needs of each customer.

There’s so much to choose from: Ranch-style, two-story, split-entry, Cape Cod, chalet, custom, vacation homes, the list goes on and on.

American Homes also offers a free site inspection, includes the cost of a crane and other set-up costs in the price of all modulars, and works with each buyer to do as much, or as little, of the project as the customer wants. For those wanting it, a purchase from American Homes can be a turn-key experience.

Looking for more than the home? American Homes can help with basements, septic systems, driveways, garages and other site improvements – no problem.

American Homes has grown from four employees to more than 40, and has helped place thousands of people in quality housing. From the time Solomon started the business, its mission has been to provide quality housing at affordable prices.

From the time Solomon started the business, the family and employees have prided themselves on selling the best products and doing their jobs right, treating all customers the way they should be treated.

All of the model homes are unlocked and open for the consumer's browsing pleasure. Prices are in all the homes and include all the features that you see. American Homes encourages potential buyers to come in and spend some time in the homes. There's no high-pressure sales here.

If it’s time for a new home, go to American Homes first. You won’t need to go anywhere else.