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Building a new custom home in North Carolina can be a daunting experience. Closing attorneys, real estate agents, bankers, forms, phone calls, and closings. While it can seem overwhelming, it is just a process. It is a process that Impresa Modular has guided thousands of customers through over the years. Our experienced Custom Home Consultants are here for you each step of the way through the building process. Our unique combination of experience and expertise in building custom modular homes can’t be matched anywhere. That’s because Impresa Modular is the only nationwide custom modular home builder in the U.S. We put the strength of our team into every new home we build for our customers. When experience counts, you can count on Impresa Modular.

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What’s in a Modern Modular Home?

It’s not what’s in a modern modular home that makes it different, it’s how it’s built and what isn’t in it that does. First, modular homes are built using modular construction. Essentially a home plan is divided into sections or segments called modules. These modules are small enough to be built in a factory and transported to a home site. Once transported to the home site, they are quickly assembled, connected to utilities, and completed. Because the modules are individually built in a factory, they can take advantage of the benefits that indoor construction provides. Materials are stored inside and kept dry. As each module is constructed, both the home and the workers are kept out of the elements. Water never puddles on your floor during construction. In many counties, few if any building code inspections take place on traditional homes. In the factory, not only are there code inspections, but quality inspections. Each home goes through a final inspection before it is shipped to the home site.

There are a few things you don’t get with modular homes that come standard with traditional, site built homes. To begin with is the fear of mold and mildew. Traditional building is done over an extended period of time outdoors. Remember the last time you drove by a home site while a home was being built? Not only were the home’s floors exposed to the elements but the building materials were strewn around the jobsite getting warped and wet. Moisture is the enemy of new home construction. After the trapped moisture that comes with building onsite, next is the excessive air infiltration. Building onsite means outlets, plumbing entry points, and other area locations can’t be sealed easily or effectively. Energy efficient construction techniques just can’t be applied as effectively when building onsite.

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Flexible Design Means Beautiful Modular Homes in North Carolina

Modular home design can incorporate just about every style of home with most any option. Your Custom Home Consultant will guide you through the process of planning, designing, and building your new home. Modular homes are perfect for that retirement or vacation home in Asheville, the beach house in Nags Head, the cabin overlooking Sugar Mountain, or any traditional style of home located in between. Impresa Modular offers hundreds of standard floor plans to choose from, or you can start with one of our standard plans as a base and customize your new home. We will even consult with you through the process to design a completely custom home for that special piece of property.

North Carolina – Home of the First Successful Airplane Flight

North Carolina’s economy is shifting away from tobacco, furniture and textiles to technology-based businesses such as biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, and life sciences. Tourism is important with visitors spending more than $1 billion each year. Sports include year-round golfing, skiing at mountain resorts, both fresh and salt-water fishing, and hunting.

Points of interest include the Great Smoky Mountains, the Blue Ridge National Parkway, the Cape Hatteras and Cape Lookout National Seashores, the Wright Brothers National Memorial at Kitty Hawk.

State Facts & Fun

Whitewater Falls in Transylvania County is the highest waterfall in the eastern United States.

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