Silverpoint Homes Blog

Silverpoint Homes—The Right Builder For You

Joseph Coupal - Friday, June 28, 2019

The decision to purchase a new home isn’t a choice made on a whim. We’ve recently provided you with emails detailing everything you must consider before placing your dream of homeownership into the hands of a builder.

For over 15 years and more than 700 happy new home owners, we’re confident when we say we will exceed your expectations.

Silverpoint Homes invites you to take the next step in the process. Call Silverpoint Homes. Let’s have a conversation about what you want in a new home.
If those values are align with yours, then we feel Silverpoint Homes will be a good fit as your building partner, and we invite you to take the next step.

We look forward to meeting you.

 

3 New Home Considerations You Can’t Ignore

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, June 27, 2019

How many new homes does a person buy in their lifetime? If you’re like most homeowners you can count them on one hand, and that doesn’t include the thumb! Being that a new home purchase may be a once in a lifetime decision, you can’t afford to make a mistake.

Here are three things every new homebuyer must consider before making a purchase:

1. Think Long Term.
How long will you be in this home? Five years? Twenty? Regardless the length of time you plan on living in your new home, you have to anticipate the upkeep and repairs every home requires as time marches on. Do you want build specifications and components that are designed to last?

2. Don’t Skimp On Quality.
Like everyone else, you’re concerned with the ‘bottom line’, after all a good deal is a good deal—except when it isn’t. A big mistake is to go with a builder that offers a cut-rate price. Have you ever wondered how they can build a new home at such a ridiculously low price? Sadly, they cut corners on things they simply shouldn’t, including items like insulation, siding, windows and doors. They claim they’re saving the buyer a few bucks, and that might be true initially, but wait until your utility bills start rolling in, not to mention costly maintenance charges down the road. “Doing it right the first time” actually saves you money, resulting in a more comfortable, durable home for decades to come.

3. Pride Of Ownership.
Purchasing a new home is much more than looking at the price tag. It’s not like you’re going to the supermarket and selecting the store brand tomato soup over Campbell’s because it’s thirty cents cheaper and tastes almost the same. Trust me, that last thing you want to experience is buyer’s remorse. It’s not like you can go back to the builder next week and just purchase another home. You deserve to experience the deep satisfaction of having a home you can be proud of for years to come. Get it wrong and, well…

The fact is, we won’t let you make a bad decision. For over 15 years. Silverpoint Homes has been helping homebuyers find and enjoy the right home for your family and budget.

When you’re ready to explore your new home options, contact us. We are looking forward to hearing from you!

Modular Construction For Eco-Friendly and Energy-Efficient Homes

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, June 26, 2019
Greenbrier

Most people are aware that modular homes (such as our 3325 sq/ft “Greeenbrier) are stronger and much more energy efficient than traditional “stick built” home construction. But did you know that modular construction consumes roughly 39% less energy, 12% less water and 68% less electricity to construct than stick-built homes. In addition, stick-builders emit massively more carbon dioxide during the construction process. Looking at these figures, it is apparent that traditional structures are far from being green homes.


Modular construction in Beckley, WV gives rise to eco-friendly and energy-efficient homes. Since construction time is scaled down in modular building system, this leads to the practical use of energy and resources along with minimal construction waste. Moreover, more and more modular builders are using sustainable materials for a smaller carbon footprint in their building procedures. Furthermore, modular homes are easily adapted or expanded after construction.


Essentially, modular buildings are greener buildings that create less subsequent construction waste. For environmentally construction process and greener buildings, consider modular building system. To find out more about modular construction, contact Silverpoint Homes.

Your New Home Is Still Waiting

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, June 25, 2019

You’ve heard the old saying, “You snooze, you lose.”

In the past you’ve shown interest in a quality new home from Silverpoint Homes. If you’re still interested in a new home that represents the best value in new home construction available anywhere, then there’s never been a better time to act than right now.

Interest rates are once again very low—but they won’t stay this way for long. The increasing demand for new homes will soon push interest rates higher and a projected shortage of building materials will add to the cost of every new home in the very near future.

By acting now to get your modular home, you’ll not only escape the price increases soon to come, you’ll find that your home will appreciate in value faster as costs and demand rise.

But perhaps the best reason for acting quickly to secure your new home. Silverpoint Home is that the sooner you’re in your home, the sooner you’ll be able to enjoy the comfort and security of one of the finest homes being built today.

Don’t snooze and lose. Contact us today to arrange your private tour of some of our most popular homes. We'll be happy to meet you at your convenience and to show you why there’s never been a better time to own a new home.