Si Robertson is Proud New Owner of a Clayton Home

Clayton Homes, a leader in manufactured housing, announced that Si Robertson is Proud New Owner of a Clayton Home. The Robertsons are slated to move into the new 2,123 sq. ft. ‘Sequoia’ model in the upcoming months. Si Robertson has endorsed Clayton Homes as a ‘Good Call’ for hardworking American families who want high quality, affordable housing.


Si became popular with the A&E hit TV show Duck Dynasty.

“Si and his wife, Christine browsed homes together, but Si’s wife made the final selection,” noted Clayton Homes CEO, Kevin Clayton.

Christine Robertson selected the Sequoia, a brick, triple-section modular home with three bedrooms and two baths. The open floor plan features a foyer, breakfast bar, large kitchen island with pendant lighting, and double sinks in the master bath.

The home has a traditional Southern wrap-around porch where Si is particularly excited about taking his naps. Si chuckles, “Look, the woman is the one who needs to be happy, she’s going to be there. Hey, I’m just going to visit and sleep.”

“The home is built indoors in a climate-controlled manufacturing facility to ensure it is higher quality and environmentally-friendly. In fact, the total scrap and waste from this home fits in less than two 30 gallon waste containers. This helps us keep our prices down so our customers can focus on family and the things that matter most in life,” said Clayton.

“I was just amazed at the different designs,” said Si Robertson. “Whatever you want, hey, they can make it happen. My wife is ready to move in TODAY.”

To check out the Sequoia floor plan or find a Clayton Homes authorized dealer near you, visit


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