Posts Tagged ‘modular homes burlington nc’

Four Things to Consider When Designing Your Modular Home

Modular home building has grown by leaps and bounds over the past few decades. Improvements in technology and efficient building practices make modular homes the premier choice for homebuyers. When potential buyers come to the design center, they are so impressed with all of the design options available to them. Three of the most important [...]

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Building Greener, More Energy-Efficient Homes

There are three reasons why people choose to build a greener, more energy-efficient home. The first is to promote healthy living, the second is to save money on energy expenses and the third is to conserve our earth’s resources. With less waste, more energy efficient components and recycled materials, modular home construction is inherently green [...]

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How to Choose a Modular Home Floor Plan

Modular homes are becoming increasingly popular as homebuyers discover the affordability and durability of this type of construction. Another great feature of these homes is the ability to completely customize it with various design options. Choosing the floor plan that will meet the needs of your family and give you the look you desire will [...]

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Safe Bathing Walk-In Bathtubs:Our Newest Design Option

Carolina Custom Homes of Burlington is proud to announce that we now offer Safe Bathing walk-in bathtubs as an available option in our modular homes. These tubs help all individuals bathe safely and comfortably. Both attractive and functional, walk-in tubs are a smart addition to any home. Many people who suffer from arthritis, loss of [...]

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Buying Your First Home: Three Reasons It Should Be a Modular Home

Purchasing your first home is an exciting and sometimes overwhelming process. From choosing design options to financing, there are a lot of decisions to be made before you can become a homeowner. Many first time buyers are discovering the many advantages of building a customized modular home.  If you are considering buying your first home, [...]

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Designing a Modular Home to Fit Your Family’s Lifestyle

One of the major benefits of modular home construction is the ability to custom design your home.  With so many options available, you are able to build a home that will best meet the needs of your family’s lifestyle. Whether you prefer a five-bedroom home for a growing family or a smaller ranch for just [...]

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Our Energy Efficient Modular Homes Help You Save Money

These days, we are all looking for ways to reduce our energy costs. Homebuyers appreciate the many benefits of LP® TechShield® Radiant Barrier Sheathing. Installed like conventional roof sheathing, this product features a thin, durable layer of aluminum laminated to the OSB roof sheathing. This creates a highly effective radiant barrier that can reduce air [...]

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Modular Homes Are the Leader in High Quality and Affordable Housing

Buying a house can be an intimidating and expensive endeavor. Many people believe that finding a high quality, affordable home is out of their budget. Modular homes allow you to design a custom home to your specifications while staying well within your budget. This is one reason why modular housing is quickly becoming a popular [...]

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The Advantages of Manufactured Housing

Manufactured housing has become more efficient and advanced than the homes of the past. Builders use high-quality materials and state-of-the-art building technologies to create customizable, affordable homes. You may be surprised to find that these homes are comparable to the traditional stick built homes that many of us live in. Modular or manufactured homes offer [...]

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Foundation Options for Modular Homes

There are a lot of decisions to be made when designing your dream home. Choosing a foundation for your modular home should be done carefully. You will want to consider the price, construction time, and land when selecting a foundation.  Modular homes can be placed on a slab, basement, or crawl space, depending on your [...]

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