The most recent hurricane that hit the Carolinas resulted in extensive damage to considerable residential properties. The furious toll of wind, rain, and surging of floodwater wiped out many homes. Currently, many are still taking refuge in disaster relief centers. Fortunately, modular home builders in Wilmington, NC can provide new hurricane-safe homes to these affected families.
Modular homes can be more quickly built to meet and exceed state and local building codes. The modules are manufactured in an enclosed environment where weather cannot affect the process or the materials, modular homes can be delivered to the permanent site faster than stick-built homes can be constructed. Additionally, modular homes have rigid QA tests and standards that traditionally built homes do not need to be subjected to. This means that modular homes can withstand higher winds and have more secure and advanced footings for water front areas. This means that those families who lost their homes during Florence can move into and occupy new, safer homes faster.
In addition, custom-built modular homes have flexible floor plans that can meet the distinct needs of families. Modular builders fortify these homes making them more sturdy and resilient to better withstand the savage of environmental forces.
To find out more about customized modular homes in North and South Carolina, contact Tidewater Custom Modular Homes.