Everything You Need To Build A Modular Home In North Carolina

We won’t go in to all of the reasons that modular construction is superior here, but you can see our other articles on why they’re less expensive, safer, get built faster, more energy efficient, and more environmentally friendlyInstead, just click below to find the builder or home of your dreams.

  • While North Carolina is home to many different types of home styles, most floor plan are for Two Story, Cape Cod, and Ranch modular homes.
  • Two Story homes are more popular in the suburbs surrounding cities like Charlotte, Raleigh, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Durham, Fayetteville, and Cary while Ranch, Cape Cod, and even Chalet style modular homes are more often found in more rural areas.
  • Prices for modular homes in North Carolina can still be significantly lower than site-built homes, but make sure the builder you choose to work with has a manufacturer partner that’s not too far away. In the closest factory is in Pennsylvania, make sure that they can provide shipping for the house that won’t cost an arm and a leg.
  • Prefabricated building in North Carolina is becoming more and more popular and serves both high and low-income areas.
  • If you live on the coast, you should consider the structural superiority of modular building over site-building. Learn why FEMA says modular homes stand up better to hurricanes than site-built homes.

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