1. Outfitting Your Custom Modular Home: Interior Paint Inspiration

    In our previous blog, we discussed the finer points of how the cover of a book is much like the paint you apply to the outside of your new custom modular home. While the outside of the home should be pretty all-encompassing, you can get closer to the themes and pieces of the personality you want to tap into on a room-by-room basis. Depending on the themes you’ve created on the exterior you can u…Read More

  2. Outfitting Your Custom Modular Home: Exterior Paint Inspiration

    The colors of your custom modular home should reflect the custom nature of your house. They should tell the story of your personality and your family while coming together to create a beautiful exterior model of what you want your home to symbolize. You can see color symbolism in everyday things like the U.S. flag. The white stripes stand for the purity and innocence of a brand new nation. Those d…Read More

  3. Building a Custom Modular Home vs. Buying Existing

    If you’re interested in purchasing a home, you’ve probably heard the whispers of how much of a seller's market it currently is. That means that prices of houses are jumping by exponential numbers and leaving would-be homeowners in the dust because they’re too expensive. In this circumstance, most people in Charleston can panic, but you think wisely and think of your other options. In fact, m…Read More

  4. Outfitting Your Custom Modular Home: Tile Flooring

    If you’re pondering building a boutique house with custom home builders, consider modular homes as a less expensive alternative with the same amount of freedom as a custom house. With all of the choices required when considering a boutique or a custom modular home, flooring is one of the more complicated. There are quite a few different types of flooring now, ranging from vinyl to hardwood, to l…Read More

  5. Outfitting Your Custom Modular Home: Regular Flooring- Part 1

    Outfitting your home with all of the design aspects you’ve ever wanted is going to be the utmost fun. Kramer Custom Homes is here to help you pick through the myriad products to find the one that you’ve been envisioning, even if you aren't sure what that is yet. Last time, we talked about the up-and-coming green flooring trends that may appeal to you. After all, custom modular homes are the gr…Read More

  6. Outfitting Your Custom Modular Home: Green Flooring

    The greatest thing about customizing your home before it’s built is the absolute freedom of it. When you purchase your custom modular home, you’re going to be given options about the type of kitchen you want, the flooring, what color you want your banister to be, and everything else you can think of. Don’t get overwhelmed though, Kramer Custom Homes is here to help you narrow down your choic…Read More

  7. Modular Homes Versus Traditional Builds: Which Is Better?

    Whether you are buying for the first time or your current house just isn’t the right size for your family any longer, a new home should be an exciting adventure—even more so if you are finally ready to build your dream home. For so many of us, the idea of designing the perfect home to suit your family’s needs is a distant dream, rather than an impending reality. However, with recent advancem…Read More

  8. Why Choose a Prefab House?

    House hunting is more than just about the house. You’re not only looking to find just the right house, but you also have to factor in the neighborhood, the nearby amenities, and even which schools you want to be near for the kids. If you’ve been house hunting for a while and not finding anything you like in the right area, it’s a pretty understandable to think that building a home is going t…Read More

  9. What is a Modular Home?

    When you hear modular home, does your mind immediately go to those small, cramped manufactured homes that are parked, rather than built? Well, toss those ideas out immediately because a modular home is distinctly not the same thing. In fact, you may have been in a modular home before and never realized it because, once the building process is complete, a modular home looks like any traditional sti…Read More