Designing Your New Modular Home

As a modular home builder in Springfield, Arlington, Alexandria and the surrounding areas, we have helped many people like you who are in the process of designing their new modular home. So what are a few things you should think about and decide on while you are in this stage of the planning and building process? We have a few suggestions for you.

Your budget is definitely going to factor into your new house’s floor plans. You should already have a clear idea of what you can spend on your new home, and you should have a contingency fund set aside as well.

The next thing you should think about is your current home and its floor plan. What aspects of it do you like, and what aspects of it do you dislike? Is there anything you would change if you could? While we work off of existing floor plans, we can take those floor plans and customize them based on you and your family’s wants and needs. You might decide you want a larger bathroom in your master suite, and we can make that happen with just a few tweaks to the floor plan.

What rooms or areas of your home are must-haves? If you need a home office for your line of work, make sure that is factored into your final floor plans. If your home office needs anything specific, like built-in bookshelves, that is another thing your modular home builder should know about. Remember that modular homes can be fully customized, so your house can be as uniquely you as you want it to be!

One of the biggest trends these days is having a laundry room on the same floor as the bedrooms. This makes doing the laundry and putting away a lot easier. Do you want something like this for your new home? Or maybe you prefer to have the laundry room in the basement. No matter what your preference, make sure your modular home builder is aware of this too.

If you would like more information about our services as a modular home builder in Springfield, Arlington, Alexandria and the surrounding areas, call Carbide Construction at 703-550-8711 or you can Contact Us.

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