525 Barnesville Highway
Wylliesburg, VA 23976
Website: Cardinal Homes Website
Cardinal Homes Description:
"...A modular home builder in Virginia VA, Cardinal Homes Inc. builds advanced and stylish modular houses. Cardinal Homes, Inc. has many years of experience, ensuring your modular home plan is designed with the utmost care, craftsmanship and, most importantly, with you in mind. Cardinal's new modular homes can be modified and built effortlessly to accommodate loved ones who may be handicapped. ..."
Providing these building styles:
Providing modular homes and buildings in:
- Ranch modular homes
- Colonial modular homes
- Cape Cod modular homes
- Contemporary modular homes
- Multi-Family modular homes
- Commercial modular buildings
NC, SC, VA, WV
|How Long in Business||1970|
|Yearly Avg. Number of Homes (Est.)||100-200
|Professional Organizations/Affiliations||National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), Building Systems Council (BSC)|
(Architects & Draftsmen)
|Builder Network||About 60|
|Location of Factories||Wylliesburg, VA|
|How to Buy a Home||Through their network of builders|
|Building Materials||Wood, brick|
|Energy Efficiency||Insulation R-15 fiberglass in walls, R-30 fiberglass in floor, R-30 fiberglass in roof, double-glazed w/Low E, single-hung windows|
|Construction Timeframe||2-5 weeks|
|Customization Flexibility||They can accommodate most plans|
|Amount of Floorplans||About 120|
|Avg. Cost per Square Foot||Not Provided|
|Avg. Transportation Costs||Not Provided|
|Avg. Placement Costs||Not Provided|
|Site Preparation||Handled by independent builder|
|Garage/Deck Availability||Some plans provide for decks, otherwise they only provide the materials for decks and garages for the builder to complete.|
|Possible to Addon to Existing Home||It is possible in select cases|
|Guarantees||Manufacturers warranty and additional warranty available|
|Delivery Range||West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Mississippi|
|Number of Factory Inspections||Depends on final destination|
|Number of Building Site Inspections||Handled by builder|
|Information Package||Wide variety of information available online|
|Editor's Rating ||
|Editorial Review||Cardinal Homes is a solid provider of modular homes with upgrade options that you can select for an above average home. Their designs are good for people looking for good value in a new home. Their website has a good amount of information including many floorplans and a virtual walkthrough. Their homes do come with nice standard features but to really be satisfied it is likely you will want to select some of their upgrade options. Cardinal Homes is a good modular home provider to consider. They probably are not the bets option if you are looking for an upscale home but they do a good job offering good value for the non-millionaire home buyers.|
|Mystery Homebuyer Rating ||
Personal Reviews of Cardinal Homes
Marilyn from Spout Spring, VA
We have had two houses built by Cardinal Homes and have been happy with both. The symmetrical cape is 1400 square feet plus a finished heated basement which is another 1400 square feet and an unfinished attic which could add another 750 square feet. It was completed in 2010 and I have had no problems. It is total electric (heat pump) and my bill averages about $100 a month. Our first house was built in 1999 and we had no major issues there either.
Allison long from Floyd, VA
Bought our house in 2001 with plans to live in the home until we retire. So many regrets. The first year we were happy, then the warrentee expired. That's when the trouble started. Here's a few of the major problems we have encountered: 6 of the windows have broken seals and are fogged between the panes, the spindles on the staircase are not all the same size, exterior door molding began to dry rot within 2 years of purchase, bowing dry wall, horrible insulation, stairs have no skirt molding & squeak & are loose, surround for master bath tub started to fall out. No room to list the rest. BUYER BEWARE!!!!!!
Daniel Dexter from North Carolina
2007/2008 I bought a ranch 1800 SqFt. Bad BAD Worse! Ever system in the home was messed up. I beams bounce by 1/2" and there suppose to, Nails through wall into room then into floor, Windows open hard, framing not lining up leaving gaps in door trims, electric box's wrong so cover plates don't sit flush to wall, light hanging from ceiling, ceiling electric box mounting screws striped, plumbing put in wrong side of house/box, every time I went to do the things I was going to do myself I had to fix or wait on them to fix the mistakes they made. I'm not kidding ever part of this thing had something wrong with it. When my contractor contacted them on the plumbing they told him "no it's right", that's what my contractor told me. Demo's I saw with storage in attic had floor down, mine only came with a few boards and they weren't installed. Insulation just threw in gaps everywhere. I'd like $10,000 from cardinal just to cover all the crap wrong that I had to deal with. It's hard to find a modular that does it all right, not perfect, just right.
Some day I like to put a video up on youtube showing all the crap that company did. If it wasn't for my wife I would have sued them.
Rhonda from Greenwood, South Carolina
Overall we were very pleased with our Cardinal home. We had it built in 1998. I was surprised by my electric bill, it was very low, and we had two stories. We sold the home a year ago, and we liked it so much, we are going to have another Cardinal home built. I would recommend Cardinal homes to anyone.
Marri Neilson from Victoria VA
My home was built in 2006. The workmanship was excellent. Some interior walls feel cold and I am curious about the insulation in the walls and between the first and 2nd floors. I am especially impressed with the finishing work done on site. I would have another house built by Cardinal without a doubt.
Charles Chaney from Chase City, VA
We couldn't be happier with our Cardinal home. They built to our floor plan including vaulted ceilings and "lifestyle" features such as wider hallways, 36" doors, and level front entry. Quality is excellent - we had one small settlement crack after a year in the house. We appreciate the "green" attributes of our home including the limited impact on the building site, and the energy savings as a result of the great insulation. We built in 2002 and would definitely do it all again, and have convinced friends to build their new home through Cardinal.
Gary Henderson from Stuarts Draft, Virginia
From the first moment I met with my builder that handled the ordering, delivery, set up and finishing of my Cardinal home, We were extremely pleased with the level of service, quality of materials and timely manner of product from start to finish. I truly believe it was my builder that made all the difference, but we do feel Cardinal produces a quality product for the money.
David Hawkins from Red Oak Va
I bought a home from them in 1987. The bath room wall was and is still bowed out. The tile flooring had( and still does) gaps where it should have met the wall near and around door moldings. The master bath room ceiling started molding the first year we were in the home as did the windows. I found out in 2007 why the ceiling was molding, the insulation was missing over top of the bath room. In 2003 I had to start replacing all the windows because of the mold and the windows were just falling apart. out of the 3 sinks in the house 3 pipe traps were leaking.
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