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Nationwide Custom Homes Considering building a new home? Doing your research? For most of us, purchasing a home is the biggest financial decision we will ever make. Your dream home is important, so there are plenty of decisions to make, not the least of which is method of construction: 100% site-built, HiPeformance modular home construction, panelized construction, etc.

Nationwide Homes continues to research and create educational material that helps our potential customers make a good financial decision.

Below are two comparison checklists available to print and utilize as part of your research. The first one is used to compare Nationwide Homes to other modular home companies. The other is used to compare Nationwide's HiPerformance modular construction to traditional 100% site builders. You may need to print each one multiple times if you are comparing several builders..

Click each link to open the PDF checklist. 

Compare Nationwide's HiPerformance modular construction to other modular brands (136KB PDF)

Compare Nationwide's HiPerformance modular construction to traditional 100% site-built homes (140KB PDF)

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Southampton Model

Nationwide Homes opens a new HiPerformance model in Martinsville, Virginia. The Southampton is one of 9 models in our popular collection of homes - Homestead Collection. Homestead Collection homes...


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What Customers are Saying About Our Custom Homes

"David and I could not have been more pleased with Nationwide Homes. From the very beginning, we were treated wonderfully by BJ Lankford, a salesperson at Nationwide. She always answered our phone calls and/or texts no matter when or what time it was. Quinton Small, our construction supervisor, did more than we could have every imagined. He was always willing to help us in anyway possible. We are thrilled with our beautiful home and highly recommend Nationwide Homes!"

Kristen,
Axton, VA

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Quick Facts

Nationwide Homes are built to the same building codes as traditional site-built homes.