Silverpoint Homes Blog

Building A New Home Should Be Fun

Joseph Coupal - Monday, August 26, 2019

Silverpoint Homes is here to remind you that purchasing a new home is supposed to be fun. So why do you feel stressed every time the topic of building a new home pops comes up?

We can guide you through everything, providing all the education you need, demystifying the entire process and having fun while we do it!

Contact us so we can discuss:

  • Your Project Budget
  • Our Free Site Review
  • Selecting The Right Plan To Suit Your Specific Needs
  • The Showcase Options Available In Our Design Center
  • The Various Models To Choose From
  • The Entire Project Management Process
  • …and so much more.

Take a deep breath, relax and give us a call. We are looking forward to guiding you through the amazing world of new homeownership—but we can’t start the process without you!

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Quality Modular Homes At A Price You Can Afford - Beckley, WV

Joseph Coupal - Friday, August 16, 2019

Building your new home can be an intimidating experience. As modular home builders, one of the most rewarding experiences comes from those who became frustrated when working with traditional stick-built home builders regarding just how much home they were going to get for their dollar. Luck for many, they delayed pushing the go button in order to give modular home construction a look only to find that for the same money they were going to get so much more out of their construction dollar. Everyone is essentially on tight budgets, but for those of you young people out there,modular construction empowers just everyone a path to a super high quality new home.

Because modular construction starts in a manufacturing warehouse, the building materials are screened for quality before they ever arrive the build site. For many (if not most) traditional stick-built construction firms, there is always high pressure to build around poor quality materials that are delivered to the site. Those pressures include the cost of returning and replacing poor quality materials, the time delays associated with the same, and the managerial oversight required to manage the returns. Once again, that is a non-issue with modular construction as the vast majority of the materials are screened and framed before arriving at the build site.

Indeed,modular building offerings to West Virginia will make you see the home building process in a whole new and positive light. If you are interested of building your dream home faster, stronger, and for less money than you thought possible, Silverpoint Homes is ready to lead you in every step along the way. Contact us today!

Modular Construction Offers Tougher Resilient Homes - Martinsville, VA

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, August 15, 2019

The disaster caused by Hurricane Florence devastated North Carolina and has caused many people in the area to lose their homes. While hurricanes do not hit Massachusetts with such severity, homeowners are interested in building homes that are safer and sturdier. Modular homes have more capacity to withstand strong, hurricane-force winds.

Strong, robust homes that can handle 180 mph winds are constructed by modular home builders. These homes are perfect for families who live anywhere in Virginia, but most especially for those who live in flood prone areas. Modular construction designs and builds resilient homes that can stand tough against natural forces. Modules are glued, screwed, and strapped for safe transport during transportation to the permanent building site. Because these homes are so securely built, they meet and often exceed state and local building codes. Additionally, the series of QA tests are the protocol of modular building systems to ensure these codes are properly met.

Homebuyers today need to pay attention to the quality of their homes and the materials and processes used to build them. Looking at the aftermath of past hurricanes, homebuyers should review all of their home building options. Contact Silverpoint Homes for strong and beautiful homes.

Modular Homes Make it Possible to Integrate Classic and Modern Home Styles - Greensboro, NC

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Homebuyers who are building a new home are keen on details and have unique tastes in home designs. Some want to fuse the classic home feel to modern homes. This may sound like a challenge, but with modular homes homeowners can add touches of colonial features to modern home structures.

With the advanced technology used in modular construction, designing the indoor and outdoor layout is easier. Additionally, modular homes in Greensboro, NC are fully customizable. With modular homes, homeowners have the leverage to make their homes unique by applying specific antique accents and pairing them with modern details. This can combine classic furnishings such as colonial architecture to stylish modern designs in perfect harmony.

If you want a home that both echoes classic and contemporary designs, then consider modular homes to get the style and atmosphere you desire. Contact Silverpoint Homes to find out more about custom-designed modular homes in North Carolina.

Modular Home Construction Makes Less Noise - Lincolnton, NC

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Modular construction is making waves in home construction industry because it is highly efficient and flexible. However, the loud construction noise that accompany traditional construction are attenuated with modular construction. Many neighborhoods often prefer quieter and faster building methods as more people in these areas wish not to be disturbed by construction noise .

Modular floor plans are highly customizable. They can be designed to fit the requirements of any homebuyer. Modules are pre-built with high grade materials in a factory setting. Each module meets or exceeds the local and state building codes and standards that apply for traditional construction. The indoor construction of the modules makes modular home construction faster and quieter because fewer machines and tools are involved during on-site assembly. Furthermore, on-site error and rework is also minimized.

Because of its low impact on the community’s lifestyle, modular homes in Lincolnton, NC have attracted many homebuyers. For more details about modular homes, contact Silverpoint Homes.

Modular Construction For Eco-Friendly and Energy-Efficient Homes - Beckley, WV

Joseph Coupal - Monday, August 12, 2019

Traditional construction consumes roughly 39% energy, 12% water and 68% electricity for one home structure, not to mention the large amount of carbon dioxide it emits 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 give 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 more 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.