Silverpoint Homes Blog

Modular Homes and High-Def TVs, What Do They Have in Common?

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, October 31, 2018

I wanted to take a moment to ask you a question. Do you have a high definition television in your living room? At this point in time, these flat screen marvels are probably in more than just one room of your house, am I right?

Depending on when you purchased your HD set, you may have overpaid. Prices have plummeted since they first came on the market, making you wonder why in the heck you didn’t just wait a bit longer to snag that technological wonder.

Purchasing a new home is very similar, but on a grander scale. If you’ve been waiting for the right time to buy, now is the time, but, unlike the price of techno gadgets, you have a much smaller window of opportunity.

With the economy on the rebound, the demand for new, quality built homes has increased. This means that the price of building materials will soon rise, and homebuilders will be forced to charge homebuyers more for the same home that they can purchase right now at a much lower cost.

Don’t miss your chance! Let’s discuss your new home now before the interest rates increase and you’ll find yourself being charged a higher per square foot price. There’s still time, but trust me, Silverpoint Homes have been in the business for over 15 years, and we know what’s right around the corner.

Contact Silverpoint Homes today and let’s set up a time to discuss building your new home.

The new Noble Model Home OPENS Saturday, October 13 - Beckley, WV

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, October 10, 2018

INCREDIBLE VALUE at $90 per Sq.Ft.

The newest version of the Noble Model Home is ready.

Opening this SATURDAY, October 13, 2018 10AM - 6PM

Silverpoint Homes of WV | 250 University Dr. | Beaver, WV 25813

Noble Model Highlights

  • 1,456 Square Feet
  • 3 bedroom | 2 bath Ranch
  • Base Price = $ 125,095 ($85.92 / Sq.Ft.)
  • As-Displayed = $ 131,500 ($90.32 / Sq.Ft.)
  • With 8'x24' Shed Porch = $ 143,500

We've taken one of our best selling homes and made it even better!

  • Hardwood cabinets with soft-close doors and drawers STANDARD
  • Upgraded Shaw Endura Flooring (WATERPROOF!) in Living Room, Kitchen, & Dining Room
  • Optional 7/12 Roof Pitch
  • Optional 8'x24' Shed Porch
  • Whirlpool Stainless Steel Appliances with Side x Side fridge
  • Block Glass Window in Master Bathroom
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Modular Homes for Superior Construction, Lower Costs and Less Waste

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, October 02, 2018

Modular construction can be used to create long-lasting, high-quality homes that last. In general, "modular" means that home construction takes place in a factory, before being assembled onsite from modules.

Modular construction can be used to build high-end, high-quality homes because it allows for higher quality homes faster and for less money and time than traditional, "stick-built" construction.


Modular homes are built to a higher level of quality than stick-built homes, in part because they must be able to withstand the stresses of transport. Joints are tighter, fasteners are more accurately applied, and material is cut with more exactness. The modular construction process is also subject to more QA checks throughout construction, ensuring a superior and more sturdy home.

Saving Time and Money

The modular building process decreases construction time. Similar, custom stick-built homes can take one to two years to design and construct. In contrast, after the design stage, a modular home can be built in 6 to 8 weeks, because the foundation work on-site and home construction occur simultaneously; and factory construction leverages specialized construction teams, equipment and facilities. As a result, a modular home can cost less per square foot than an equivalent stick-built home.

Sustainable Building Practices

Modular construction supports sustainable building practices. Thirty to forty percent of the material used to construct a typical stick-built home ends up in a landfill. With the modular home construction process, an average of two percent of materials end up as waste.

For more information on modular construction, contact Silverpoint Homes.