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Crestline Custom Builders

5880 Crestline Road
Laurinburg, NC 28352
Phone: 910-276-0195
Fax: 910-276-7989

Crestline Custom Builders Description:
"...Crestline Custom Builders, LLC is an industry leader in intelligently engineered custom modular homes. Unlike other homebuilders, we can build virtually whatever you want. We can work from your plans, or you can choose from the best collection of floor plans in the industry. Each of our 80-plus floor plans can be modified to reflect your family's unique lifestyle and tastes. The home we design together is then crafted to meet our exacting standards of efficiency, durability and quality..."

Providing these building styles:

  • Ranch modular homes
  • Colonial modular homes
  • Cape Cod modular homes

Providing modular homes and buildings in:

Company Background

How Long in Business1984
Yearly Avg. Number of Homes (Est.)Over 300
Professional Organizations/AffiliationsNone provided
Design Staff
(Architects & Draftsmen)
Full engineering staff and a consulting architect
Builder NetworkAbout 20
Location of FactoriesLaurinburg, NC
How to Buy a HomeThrough their network of builders

Construction Details

Building MaterialsWood home construction
Energy EfficiencyR19 fiberglass wall insulation, R30 roof insulation
Construction Timeframe4-6 weeks
Customization FlexibilityCertain plans can be fully customized
Amount of FloorplansOver 80 online home designs


Avg. Cost per Square Foot$60-$85
Pricing homes by the square foot is like pricing a truck by the pound. It’s not the best measurement. Your home price is based on many customized building specifications, finishes and customizatons.
Avg. Transportation CostsVaries by location
Avg. Placement CostsVaries by location
Site PreparationHandled by local builder


Garage/Deck AvailabilityDepends on model selected
Possible to Addon to Existing HomeNot offered
Guarantees10-year structural warranty
Delivery RangeSoutheast US
Number of Factory InspectionsUpon completion
Number of Building Site InspectionsHandled by builder
Information PackageInformation available on their website.

Our Review

Editor's Rating
Editorial ReviewCrestline Custom Builders are above average providers of modular homes for the Southeast. They offer a significant amount of customization options for their modular homes. They have options for all types of home buyers ranging from entry level to mid-range home buyers. Some of their lower end models are not very inspiring but they do have many other enjoyable floorplans and are worth a look.
Mystery Homebuyer Rating

Personal Reviews of Crestline Custom Builders

Patt Miller from Lake Marion SC
I purchased a 1700 sq ft (3 box) Crestline after a friend in Myrtle Beach bought her 2500 sq ft home. Bought the model right off the lot for a quick cash excellent offer. Transported and set it up 120 miles away from dealer lot at Lake Marion. This, by far, is the best built home we have ever owned. Even my electrical contractor said he had never seen such a solidly built house and asked if he could have first right of refusal if we ever sold it. When we did sell, it was a sad day, we loved this house. Wish I could have it in South Florida right now. Highly recommend this company. My friend still loves hers at the beach!

Kathy Enzor from Fair Bluff, NC
I have tried to get someone from Crestline to give a quote for replacement value for our 1994 home. It was built in the Laurinburg, NC location. No response yet.

Melvin Gaither from Winston Salem, NC
I bought a home from Crestline in July 1999 Model 505, The home has very cheap cabinet hindges, that would break after the plastic used in hindge construction dried out and plastic started poping like caps, the Windows were thermo-pane but the seals between the inner and outer panes were defective and the sun caused the windows to come apart. Also the upper and lower window sashes became unable to stay up without proping them up. They won't stay up on their own and the parts to fix them won't interchange like the windows are imported. The sheeting used for the top floor was not nailed down properly & evenly so my floors queak, the pieces rock back and forth in numerous rooms through out the house.. The hot water heater was mounted behind the wall not accesseable in case of a fire.. I have to take a cut piece of sheetrock off the wall to get to my electric hot water heater and it is too small for the house. I have to run at least 4 gallons of cold water to finally get hot water in my master bathroom sinks, tub and shower. The house was set too close to the ground on one end and it looks funny looking. The Heat pump was newly installed but the air handler has leaked freon every since I owned it. The air handler looked to be used out of another job.. I've had to buy freon constantly since ownership due to a bad coil that was rusty also. I've lived in the house for 20 years but it was painted very rushed, with roughly painted areas. The water pressure hot and cold is quiet weak and its hard to fill up a tub of water. The heatpump was a bit too small for the square footage.The home had only smoke detection and no Carbon monoxide detectors. The Gable flashing was ripped from the screws outside. The 1year warranty on this home was inadequate. Some of the crown molding was loosely installed, and the plumbing vent pipes are lose and appear disconnected on both ends of the house, that came apart during transport from Lauringburg to my address. Melvin C Gaither, original owner

Derrick Lee Oshields from TN
We had our home delivered and setup in 2011. After the contractors set the house up we noticed a difference in the floors and how level they were. After talking with crestline they decided to "sand" the floors down with a rented orbital sander to make them acceptable. But before that happened I had brought to there attention the floor joists that were clearly marked tge direction in which to install them were upside down. They blew us off and regardless to say unless we hired a lawyer and went to court we were stuck with it. My advice avoid them. U have been warned. The floor deflection on our house is unreal.......

Deloris Williams from Warrenton, NC
I was loving the modular we bought in 2003, no now I disappointed, because I have three rooms with the glass on the double pane have cracked straight down the frame; know one broke them.

Allen h lee jr from Jackson sc
I purchased a two story in 1992 have had several major issues one front door leaked ruined the laminate floor. Second when my dormers was installed no flashing placed so water intrusion at vinyl siding it was just sealed with silicon had to remove shingles replace osb board. It just makes me mad every time I think about it. Typical on all three dormer if you decide to have one custom made make sure you are there it ensure its done right when it's errected.

Mary J. Tramble from York, South Carolina
As a transplant to South Carolina from New Jersey. I didn't have a lot of time to decide on a location to build a home for my Mom who insisted on moving here to South Carolina to be close to her only sister. When we stumble across a Modular Home subdivision that was just getting started in York, SC and I was introduced to the builder from "Decision Homes by Crestline and I choose a "one acre Lot 112' X 395' in a country setting, where I was able to view the "Modular Ranch Home Model" which was being advertised at time and I was quite impressed. The three bedrooms with a bedroom suite on the 1st floor, 2 bathrooms, great room, living room, dinning room, kitchen with breakfast nook and washroom. Having the option to hide the stair's inside the wall that lead upstairs to a bonus room attic space of approx. (750 square feet) that we have completely finished, since the purchase of our Crestline Modular Home in 2001. We haven't had any problems. we have just upgraded to all new appliances from the original "Kenmore products that came with the House in 2001 as well as the heating and air conditioning system all original from the date we moved into the house on August 15, 2001. One thing I have learned, if you make "God" and prayer the Head of all decisions, even when you have to make quick decision like buying a home. He will cause all things to work together for the good. I would buy Crestline again! and that might not be too long in the near future....Sincerely, The Walker, Tramble Family

Richard Blank from Turbeville, SC
We had our Crestline home built in 1998 and have lived in it now for almost 17 years. We have had NO appliance problems, plumbing problems, wiring problems, or any other problems with our Crestline home. Also what we like about our home is that back then Crestline built our house exactly to our floor plan drawing (not from a book selection) and drywalled our house throughout. When many of our friends have visiterd they have been amazed to lean that our home is a manufactured (off-sight built) home. We are enjoying our wsell built Crestline home.

Wanda Ramirez from Virginia
The home is fine when bought in 2002, however all the windows sashes in my window popped. Seemingly all in the same week. There was a recalled on them because Crestline found out they were defective when they were installed. However, when I called about my windows they informed me that I couldn't get my windows replaced because the warranty had just expired a week before. I responded that I should not have to be held to the warranty because the merchandise was defective from the beginning. Was given the run around and I still have the windows.

Edna Shepherd from Virginia
Question really was in your office Friday and wanted to know if you could scan in the bid and spec sheet to your computer and send via this email address otherwise please fax the spec sheet to the staples store in Aberdeen , NC I will pick it up there another option if you get this after June 18 fax spec sheets to 7574247759 just call prior my home phone will accept a fax but I need to switch it over! I reviewed your web page and hope that the plumbing issues and O ring connector issues have been resolved along with storage issues under sinks and kitchen drawers. Most home owners assume you will have similar plumbing fixtures and storage features similar to a well designed plans that have been built successfully over and over. They also hope that all the kinks that were in the plan would have been worked out and replaced by efficient use if space and dependable parts and workmanship! I was happy to see that Modular homes when attached to real property has all opportunities available in the mortgage arena. However it did warn to have a lender familiar with the angst of modular homes! Thank You so much for helping me on Friday! Crestline I am sure builds quality homes and I am looking forward to doing business with a company that's been around a long time.

Carleen from West End NC
Bought my home in 1998. Overall satisfied. Well built. Have also had problems with the copper plumbing going to the sinks. Always repairing them. Some wiring issues also. Other than that, the house is solid....

stan thompson from Aiken, SC
We bought our house 1998 and it is very well made But I am constantly fixing water leaks in the water system. I have had to replace the o ring connectors just about On our whole house not to mention the water damage caused By the leaks. It has got to where I fix a leak every 2-3 months. All this started about 4 years ago. I am Looking at getting our whole house water system redone Because I am afraid to go off and leave the water on.

Craig Sweater from Weaverville, NC
We have had our Crestline off frame modular for almost three years, and the quality is excellent. I was a framing carpenter for years, and I would buy another one without hesitation. After reading some of these reviews I would like to add my own two cents. A Crestline home is solid, but that means nothing if it is installed by a questionable contractor. Research is a must! Almost more so when it comes to the builder. If your house was left unprotected from the elements for months and the roof leaks, maybe you should be writing a bad review about your builder, not the manufacturer. Find a great builder and you will be very happy with a Crestine. Our home is spectacular. Everyone thinks it a custom built home. We love it.

fred &pat herman from
Crestline homes are built as well as my father who built homes in Davidson county in north carolina. We enjoyed our home at the holden beach, but we moved back six years ago. And wish we had brought another up here but did not. They will work with to get just what you want. I miss my Crestline house and the beach. You cannot go wrong with this type of house. They are built very well.


NW and Carol Quick from Laurinburg
We had our home built in 1994. It is a two-story modular and one of the best built homes ever. We have had many compliments on this home. Quality throughout. Lots of cabinet space in kitchen and in the 4 baths. This home was customized just the way I wanted it. Great job Crestline.

Jon Huse from Stella, Nc
we had a house built in 2009 and there arent any drawers for the kitchen. my wife asked for a big kitchen and got a counter top and an island but two drawers. and i have never seen how they did the piping to my sinks like this before. you cant use one side as storage because the drain pipe is in the way and is right by the door. then we have some nails that were bent over by the kitchen and living room and it cut through our flooring. i love our house i just wish they took more time and pride on them.

I bought my house in 2000, the actual home is well built, but i have noticed a lot of smaller problems. The way they do the plumbing has cost me a lot of money, the connections of the hoses leak constantly. I have had to crawl under the house 5 times to replace connections from the hot water heater and kitchen, bathroom and upstairs plumbing on more than 2 occasions. the plumbing fixtures in the home are bare minimum rock bottom quality. toilets run, faucets leak and shower leaks. If you buy a two story home there is absolutely no room, none to crawl the space between the bottom and top floors and guess what, thats where you have to get to fix leaks. I had to cut a hole in the bottom floor ceiling just so i could get to a water line in order to fix a faulty connection. Oh and you need a $120.00 tool for each fitting size. If you think that you are gonna want ceiling fans later, get them now, because there will be no way to run the electric after the home is built.


allen lee from south carolina
The concept is really good and is cost effective but I have not too much luck with the construction materials used, structurally its sound but the water delivery piping has cost me headaches with leaks that has forced me to replace some floor and some joist due to water damage the brass ring crimp system eventually begins to fail and sprays on surrounding wood structures, purchased it in 1992 in Aiken sc

Don Hammann from Lake Tillery, NC
Crestline homes are built like a tank. Real lumber 16 on center throughout! Quality fit and finish and outstanding support from factory. You cannot go wrong with this manufacturer.

Debbie Martin from JACKSON, NC 27845
Crestline homes are very nice homes that are built well and offer a great selection of floor plans to suit every buyer. They offer almost every type of option that you could imagine giving the buyer a range of all types of things that they could add to their home. These homes cannot be beat!!! I made a mistake 7 years ago going with a different factory to build my first modular and I will not do that again. Crestline here I come..

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