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We are thoroughly pleased to have had Gary and his team work on our home. Their professionalism, courtesy, and commitment to excellence in their work are commendable. We certainly would recommend them to others considering your modular homes.

David Bowerman - Elberon, VA

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Homes by Vanderbuilt
3300 Jefferson Davis Hwy.
Sanford, NC 27332

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Ranch help
see all 59 plans


featured plan - EARTH I
5/12

Compare at $99,995, our price $95,995

Ranch homes feature a single finished floor with a mostly rectangular footprint.   Some may feature an upstairs attic storage area.

Cape Cod Ranch homes feature a single finished floor with an unfinished upstairs bonus area.   Finishing the bonus area is optional and can be done at the time your home is constructed on your lot, at a future date when you desire additional living area or just left as a large attic storage area.

This bonus area can be used for additional bedrooms, a home office, a media room, a game room or most anything you need the space to become.

These homes feature a mostly rectangular footprint and are made up of two modules.

T-Ranch help
see all 22 plans


featured plan - Silverado I

Compare at $0, our price $138,995

T-Ranch homes are similar to Ranch homes in that they feature a single finished floor.  The difference is that these homes feature an additional "pod" module that attaches to the main two modules to form a T-shaped or L-shaped footprint.  Some T-ranch homes feature an upstairs attic storage area.

T-Cape Cod / Bonus T-Ranch help
see all 39 plans


featured plan - Washington II
9/12 Roof pitch with Bonus Area

Compare at $159,000, our price $137,995

porch, bay window incl, dormer opt.

Cape Cod T-Ranch homes feature one finished floor with an unfinished upstairs bonus area.   Finishing the bonus area is optional and can be done at the time your home is constructed on your lot, at a future date when you desire additional living area or just left as a large attic storage area.

This bonus area can be used for additional bedrooms, a home office, a media room, a game room or most anything you need the space to become.

These homes feature a T-shaped  footprint and are made up of two main modules plus an additional "pod" module.

Tri-module help
see all 36 plans


featured plan - Wilbury
10/12 Roof pitch with Bonus Area

Compare at $239,995, our price $194,995

porch, large double dormer and tower dormer included.

Tri-module homes feature a living space that is deeper front to back due to the main structure having three side-by-side modules. 

Tri-mod homes typically feature an unfinished bonus area. Finishing the bonus area is optional and can be done at the time your home is constructed on your lot, at a future date when you desire additional living area or just left as a large attic storage area.

This bonus area can be used for additional bedrooms, a home office, a media room, a game room or most anything you need the space to become.

Two Story help
see all 10 plans


featured plan - Bradenton
8/12

Compare at $225,995, our price $186,995

shown with optional porch and other items

Two-story homes feature two finished floors.  Some may feature unfinished attic storage areas or bonus areas above the second floor or in the "wings" . 


Modular Home Advantage

Modular Homes Appreciate in Value

Real estate bubbles and crashes aside, the purchase of any house is generally viewed as a smart, long-term investment. Modular homes from Homes by Vanderbuilt have an even higher regard in terms of financial return. Because of the high construction quality that is a hallmark of houses built by Homes by Vanderbuilt, the resale value can be substantively more than that of similarly sized homes that were built on-site using traditional construction methods.

Not only does the integrity of the structure and building materials used provide both fire and hurricane safety selling points with Homes by Vanderbuilt construction, but houses built by Homes by Vanderbuilt are simply better able to stand up to wear and tear of daily life and weather, so that they show better. Resale value very much depends on the first impression that curb appeal can make, and Homes by Vanderbuilt always builds with an eye to the future.

Homes by Vanderbuilt customizations, including accessibility features for the people with special needs, can greatly increase the resale value of a residence built by Homes by Vanderbuilt. From specially equipped kitchens and bathrooms to wider doorways and halls, along with popular luxury features like vaulted ceilings, walk-in closets and ensuites with jacuzzis, Homes by Vanderbuilt has the ability to alter plans and build to customer spec from the outset.

Homes by Vanderbuilt has more than 30 years of experience providing modular homes to satisfied homeowners in North Carolina and South Carolina and Virginia, Homes by Vanderbuilt provides their customers with invaluable advice, including a warning that any extensive modifications to a Homes by Vanderbuilt modular home (once it’s been installed on the buyer’s site) can void the home warranty as set out by HUD (the US Department of Housing and Urban Development). Homes by Vanderbuilt can also point their buyers to insurance companies that specialize in providing modular home insurance.

This kind of knowledge is literally money in the bank, and is one of the reasons why Homes by Vanderbuilt encourages their modular home buyers to customize at the planning stage. It’s also why so many buyers refer friends and family to Homes by Vanderbuilt.

Homes by Vanderbuilt offers one of the largest on-site showrooms in the Southeast with over 30 Homes by Vanderbuilt models available for inspection. They offer the opportunity to browse through catalogs that review another 120 Homes by Vanderbuilt modular home plans. These Homes by Vanderbuilt plans are presented by price category and provide those considering a purchase a wide selection of modular homes. Homes by Vanderbuilt can also quote derivations of these plans, custom plans and plans from other builders. For more information on the ease of living with a Homes by Vanderbuilt modular home call 800-801-1064 or visit them at www.ncmodulars.com.

Homes by Vanderbuilt
3300 Jefferson Davis Hwy
Sanford, NC 27332
Telephone: 919-774-6319

www.ncmodulars.com

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We invite you to visit us.

Homes by Vanderbuilt is a licensed general contractor in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia.  We have been in the modular housing business since 1984 and are privileged to have served thousands of satisfied homeowners.  We look forward to welcoming you into the Homes by Vanderbuilt family.

We currently offer a selection of over 120 modular home plans that we can build on your lot in much of NC as well as parts of SC and VA.  All of our modular homes are crane-set, meet or exceed the local residential bulding codes and qualify for the same financing terms as site-built homes.   Our modular homes typically use about 20% more lumber than conventionally framed site-built homes and feature 2x6 exterior wall construction which allows for energy efficient R-19 insulation. 

31 of our home plans can be seen at our beautifully furnished and decorated display center which is centrally located in Sanford, NC.  Please enjoy browsing through our catalog of 120 modular home plans shown in the price categories above.   We can also quote derivations of these plans, custom plans and plans from other builders.

All of our display homes are open and available for you to browse through at your leisure. We will happily provide you with a price book for you to use during your visit and our experienced, professional sales staff is available to answer any questions you may have. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to assist you in the selection of your new home.  We are confident that you will find visiting us well worth the drive from anywhere in our vast market area.

We hope to see you soon!

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Ashville III Kitchen Area
Ashville III Kitchen Area
Ashville III Living Room
Ashville III Master Bedroom
Ashville III Master Bedroom
Pine II Dining Room
Pine II Dining Room
Pine II Family Room
Pine II Kitchen Area
Pine II Kitchen Area
VG-512 Media Room
VG-512 Kitchen Area
VP-102 Dining Room
VP-105 Living Room
Wilbury Family Room
Wilmington III Sun Room
Ashville III Dining Room
Ashville III Dining Room
Ashville III Great Room
Ashville III Great Room
Ashville III Great Room
Ashville III Hall Bath
Ashville III Hall Bath
Ashville III Living Room
Ashville III Master Bathroom
Ashville III Master Bedroom
Pine II Computer Nook
Pine II Master Bathroom
VG-508 Computer Nook
VG-508 Kitchen Area
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Saturday

9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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Closed

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Modular Home Advantage

Less Material Waste

 

Efficient building processes plus materials being stored in a theft resistant location result in much less loss in materials which results in a cost savings for the home buyer.

Don't confuse modular homes with manufactured homes. Modular homes are built to the exact same building code and with the same quality materials used for site-built homes and must pass the same stringent series of inspections as site-built homes.. Modular home construction actually has several advantages over site-built construction.

Advantages of Modular Home Construction

Stonger Framing

The module to module construction offers an inherent strength advantage over traditional framing. Keep in mind that the modules must be stong and rigid enough to withstand being put in place by a crane. We build with 2x6 lumber for exterior walls rather than the 2x4 lumber used by most traditional builders.

Modular homes typically use about 20% more lumber and fasteners than site-built homes and fare better than site-built homes in Hurricanes according to FEMA.

Bulk Material Purchases

Modular Home Companies purchase lumber and quality brand name materials in large quantities directly from the manufacturer resulting in lower material costs.

Controlled Environment

A climate controlled building environment reduces the intrusion of moisture and other elements during the construction process.

Less Material Waste

Efficient building processes plus materials being stored in a theft resistant location result in much less loss in materials which results in a cost savings for the home buyer.

Manufacturing Technology

State of the art construction technologies result in a more accurate, more efficient building process with fewer mistakes.

Quality Assurance

Modular Homes are built to the same local North Carolina, South Carolina or Virginia building codes as site-built homes. They are also inspected by both the factory and Independent third party engineering firms. This results in fewer construction errors and lower costs.

Shorter Construction Time

Much of the construction process takes place before the home reaches the construction site which results in a much faster occupancy time in most cases.

Engineering Plans

Modular Homes provide the necessary plans for building permits and complete construction without requiring an architect, lowering costs. We offer far more floorplans to choose from than most builders and can even customize plans


Financing Cost

Quicker construction time with fewer interest charges, result in lower cost.

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