In today’s Tidewater Custom Modular Home blog post, we thought we’d share with you a picture of a completely customized modular home kitchen that we are particularly proud of. For this home buyer, a downstairs laundry in close proximity to the kitchen was a highly desired feature.
How many floor plans do you suppose are out there today that place the washer/dryer in plain view of the kitchen? Not many. The point we’re making here is that when you trust our award-winning team here at Tidewater Custom Modular Homes, you can count on your future home being built to the exact specifications desired regardless of the unique nature of your floor plan desires.
Let’s talk a moment about the cabinets of this fine kitchen. The image depicts the durable and beautifully-crafted cabinets typically incorporated into our modular home formats. We are hands-on in product offerings, selection, and development on your behalf. We guarantee the quality and durability of our creation.
Let’s get started together on your next custom modular home design. If you’re not fully informed about the superiority of modular construction over traditional stick-built construction, click here. Then, contact our team here at Tidewater’s Custom Modular Homes.
The utility room is an important section of the home that typically functions as the laundry/ ironing area and storage for other practical equipment. This is also where you sort and organize clean clothes after they are washed and dried. This is one area of the home that most new home buyers need a bit of an assist to customize for their specific tastes and needs. We welcome the opportunity to help you here.
When this space is well thought out and designed, it can be a game-changer. The following images are just a couple of examples of utility rooms that we can build for you in your new modular homes:
Quite a contrast, right? Does one of them resonate with you? If yes, great! We’ll build it out. If no, give us a call here at Tidewater Custom Modular Homes. We’ll help you ensure your new custom modular home is smartly organized, eye catching, and extremely functionally efficient.
Here at Tidewater Custom Modular homes (serving Norfolk and the entire Tidewater area), it’s not just about building award-winning custom modular homes, it’s about consulting you every step along the way. There often comes a time in the home building process where the depth of choices becomes overwhelming for the new home buyer. Rest easy, helping you make those decisions is a privilege that we take seriously. Take window selections for instance. In your custom modular home purchase, you have a host of options. Today we’ll share with you one of the more popular sections.
Modular homes use new and improved double-hung windows with classic design. It is crafted using heavy duty and low-maintenance vinyl that comes with wide array of options, features and sizes.
Features & Benefits of A Double-Hung Windows
- Colonial brick mold design for traditional look and energy-efficient glass window design to help energy bill while keeping the home comfortable in every season
- Requires minimal maintenance and can remain attractive for years
- Tilt-in sash for cleaning ease
- Contoured lift handles for easy operation
- Fusion-welded vinyl frames for sturdier, durable design
- Broad range of complementary picture windows and specialty shapes
- ENERGY STAR® U.S. certified
- Limited lifetime warranty for customer's peace of mind.
Once again, double-hung windows are but one option for you. We would value the opportunity to build and consult you regarding your next home build-out, every step along the way. For more information about the very best value for your home buying dollar, contact Tidewater Custom Modular Homes
We talked last week about two-story modular home construction options and thought we follow that up with another popular style home that we are building across Hampton Roads: cape cod style modular homes. This style of home is distinguished by their pitched roof and vintage New England appeal. They are perfectly symmetrical and features shingles that cover the house, fancy shutters on the front-facing windows, roof dormers.
Cape Cod's sloping roof is more than just a distinctive feature. While most cape cod designs are single story floor plans, some home builders love the cape cod design as they seek to reduce initial home building construction cost while retaining the option to easily expand their living space in the future. When the time comes to add additional living space, the undeveloped space under the high sloping roof is converted into an extra bedroom. So, beauty, functionality, and expandability all in one custom modular home design.
The following are some our cape cod-style custom modular home offerings:
To learn more about the beauty of cape cod style modular home construction, contact Tidewater Custom Modular Homes today.
The two-story style modular home is the most popular style of modular home built across Virginia Beach and the surrounding areas. What we want to do here today is pictorially demonstrate to you the unique appearance and functionality of our custom two-story modular home offerings. We offer you the ability to build a truly unique and eye-catching Virginia Beach home.
The bottom floor plans are completely customizable with most new home buyers seeking downstairs master bedroom suites. This home style is ideal for a growing family. Virginia Beach lot sizes tend toward the small side and this style home is perfect for small lot construction.
Here are just a few of your Tidewater Custom Modular Home two-story style offerings:
When it’s time to begin your new Virginia Beach home construction, allow us the opportunity to demonstrate how, through modular home construction, you can get better value and more space for your homebuilding dollar. Contact Tidewater Custom Modular Homes anytime.
If you are wondering if modular home construction offers vaulted and cathedral ceilings, the answer is absolutely YES! A vaulted ceiling extends from the first-floor level to the ceiling of the second level. A vaulted foyer will make the entry of your two-story home more exquisite and breathtaking.
The vaulted ceiling requires an extra job on the drywall where modules and floors intersect. Also, more railings are needed to be installed for the balcony and stairways. On the other hand, the cathedral ceiling is open to the pitched roof above. Converting a flat ceiling into a cathedral ceiling creates a sensational aesthetic appeal to the living space. This demands a more consolidated structural frame to uphold the roof.
Planning for a vaulted or cathedral ceilings would mean extra work for the modular home builder. Thus, some contractors don't offer home designs with vaulted foyers. The good news is, you have come to the right modular builder. Tidewater Custom Modular Homes can help you materialize your dream modular home with a vaulted/cathedral ceiling. Contact us today to get started with your modular home plan.
Beautifully-crafted exterior and interior doors make a huge impact on the appeal and function of your new custom modular home construction here in Williamsburg. Rest assured that we will ensure that your main door entrance will make a statement to be proud of. We celebrate the ability to consult you regarding material, color, shape, form, and function regarding one of the most statement-making aspects of home design.
In our modular home construction building process, we pay close attention to door selection and installation. Armed with a full consultation on entry door considerations, our clients enjoy maximum flexibility in arriving the very best value for their home-buying dollar.
Once again, it’s the little things that separate the average home builder from the likes of the award-winning team here at Tidewater Custom Modular Homes. Contact Tidewater Custom Modular Homes to learn more.
At a glance, modular home construction looks exactly like traditional stick-built structures. Let’s take a deeper look into a number of the critical differences that make modular construction an overall superior product.
Lagged Corner Framing
To those of you who don’t understand the difference between nailing and lag bolting, we need to demonstrate that for you. Our modular home’s frames are lagged together which makes them structurally incomparably strong vs our stick-built competitors.
Walls Secured with Screws & Nails
Walls are set in place first with nails, then with screws for extra tight framing. Most traditional builders skip the screws as it adds time and expense. We never skip the screws.
HVAC Boots Sealed to Floor
Helps eliminate air leakage for cooler summers and warmer winters
Insulated Solid Headers with 1" Foam
Provides a thermal break to prevent unwanted transfer of heat
Mud Blocks on Back of Drywall Seams
Smart use of excess material eliminates unnecessary waste and makes a stronger drywall seam
Backer Board for Shelf & Mirror Attachment
Provides a large area to securely fasten closet shelving and bathroom mirrors
Blocking for Kitchen & Bath Electrical Boxes
Provides extra support for these high-use areas
Fire Stop at All Framing Penetrations
It's not just for code... it's also a good idea. And makes your home more airtight.
Cat-5 Phone Wire
You could actually create a computer network for your whole house with our standard phone wire
Gaskets on Exterior Wall Electrical Boxes
Helps to insulate and eliminate drafts
Concealed Fasteners for Kitchen Cabinets
Provides a clean, finished look for your new cabinets
To learn more about the modular building system, contact Tidewater Custom Modular Homes.