“I want to build a house. But where do I start?” It’s a question we hear all the time, and it makes sense. Whether it’s your first home or your next new home, there’s plenty to consider before you build, from your budget to choosing a location, purchasing land, and more. Don’t worry. We’ve selected some of our best resources to help guide you through the process, step by step!
Designing and building your dream home is an exciting opportunity to create the space that’s just right for you and your lifestyle. It’s fun to design your perfect floor plan, select your favorite designs to match your style, and watch your creative visions become reality.
There’s still that nagging, kinda scary question: Can I afford to build my perfect home?
What do you see when you picture your dream home? A tall, towering multi level house? Or a sprawling one story with room to roam? If you’re on the fence, here are some things to consider:
So, you’ve decided to build a custom home. You can see it now: the layout, the colors, the final designs. You’re ready to start on your dream home, but you still have a few details to work out.
Like where to put it.
If you’re worried that all modular homes look exactly the same, think again. We’ve pulled some of our most popular three bedroom floor plans perfect for growing families, each with its own unique style and features you’re sure to love.
Have you been thinking about building a modular home? What are they really like? You’ll find plenty of articles out there talking about the pros and cons of going modular, but there’s also a lot of misconception out there.
Our company has been building modular homes throughout the state of North Carolina for decades, and we’re here to debunk some popular myths about modular homes.
Baby it’s cold outside! Spring is off to a cold snowy start but what better way to welcome in the season of new beginnings than fresh new home decor! Here are tips to bring spring into your home when winter weather is holding on outside.
There are many benefits to building a new home. With a new home, you can customize the floor plan and design details to meet your specific needs and choose energy efficient materials. Not to mention, you won’t have to worry about major home repairs for years to come.