How It’s Built

Live Oak Homes is an industry leader in producing top quality, high-value homes. At Live Oak Homes, they realize you have many options in your choice for home ownership. That is just one of the many reasons they take such pride in each home and strive to build the best home available.

Live Oak Homes are built in a controlled factory environment with state-of-the-art technology, which means they are able to produce a higher quality home more efficiently. Unlike site-built houses, their building materials and skilled employees are protected from the elements during the construction process. This prevents damage to the materials and allows them to avoid costly weather delays.

Live Oak Homes also saves you money by being extremely energy-efficient as certified and approved with the Energy Star label. Be sure to ask your sales associate for details on how your home can be constructed to Energy Star specifications.

These homes are built to meet and exceed quality standards required by the Federal HUD code. Each home is inspected by a third-party inspector as required by HUD, in addition to the many quality inspections performed by their caring staff members. When you buy a Live Oak home, you can rest assured you are getting the best value and quality home for your money.

Available Custom Upgrades

Talk with your sales associate on how to add any of these custom upgrades to your Live Oak Home.



  • High-Arch Metal Faucets
  • Oversized Kitchen Farm Sink
  • Wall Ovens and Microwaves
  • Over-the-Range Built-in Microwave
  • Smooth-Top Kitchen Ranges
  • Stainless Steel Range Hood
  • Granite Island Countertops
  • Real Hardwood Cabinet Doors


  • Wood-Plank Ceramic Tile
  • Glass Subway Tile Backsplash
  • Stone Step Entry for Garden Tub
  • Customized Cabinetry
  • Porcelain Sinks with Moen Faucets
  • Ceramic Tile Sit-Down Showers
  • Rainforest Shower Head

Windows & Insulation

  • Low-E Insulated Windows
  • Transom Windows
  • R-30 Blown Insulation
  • R-19 Sidewall Insulation
  • R-22 Floor Insulation

Around the Home

  • Recessed LED Lighting
  • Knockdown Textured Ceilings
  • Tape and Texture Walls
  • Nine-Foot Ceilings
  • Atrium Doors
  • Shiplap Accent Walls
  • Dining Room and Kitchen Tray Ceilings

Exterior Features

  • Deluxe Exterior Packages
  • Galvanized Metal Roof
  • Sliding Glass Doors
  • Southern-Style Porches