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Modular construction can make building your new home more cost-effective, quick, and hassle-free.

This guide explores the top modular home builders across South Carolina. You’ll learn more about what types of houses you can buy, what you can customize, and plenty more, so keep reading! 

Carolina Country Homes

A modular home builder and dealer, Carolina Country Homes was founded in 1998. Serving the entirety of South Carolina, the Lancaster-based company even ships its homes to North Carolina residents.

Interior view of a Carolina Country Homes modular home
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Specializing in three-section homes starting at $275,000, capes beginning at $250,000, and two-sectioned ranches for $215,000 and up, the available homes are quite affordable. 

Carolina Country Homes can even build you a home along the stunning South Carolina coast if you’d like. However, the cost will be higher. 

What We Like 

You can select from custom packages and features for any properties that Carolina Country Homes builds. For example, you can request a deck, a porch, an elevated foundation, railings or posts, and a garage.

Exterior front view of a Carolina Country Homes modular home
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For your home’s interior, you can customize the floor coverings, appliances, backsplashes, countertops, cabinets, ceiling finishes, interior trim, and lots more. 

H&H Builders

A local institution since 1974, H&H Builders in Conway offers factory-built homes from your favorite brands such as Holmes Building Systems, Cavalier, Excel, Titan, Dutch, Clayton, Schultz, and Champion.

Exterior front view of a H&H Builders modular home
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All modular homes are built in H&H’s factory and meet South Carolina building standards. You can get your home installed on a permanent foundation or sent to you via a carrier. H&H also sells manufactured built and site-built homes.

What We Like 

The range of homes H&H offers is extensive.

Interior kitchen view of a H&H Builders modular home
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You can select from two-bedroom, three-bedroom, or four-bedroom properties. The two-bedroom homes are under 2,000 square feet, while the four-bedroom, two-bathroom homes are well over 2,200 square feet. 

Congaree Home Center

Congaree Home Center builds mobile homes, modular homes, and custom properties in and around Lexington. 

Exterior view of a Congaree Home Center modular home
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The family-owned business was established by Jerri and Lester Newton in 1991. The older couple wanted to spend their golden years actively, and that’s why they started Congaree Home Center.

Decades later, Congaree is still family-owned and operated. You can select from a variety of homes to suit nearly any budget. The lowest-cost property starts at $115,000.

What We Like 

Interior view of a Congaree Home Center modular home's kitchen
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Besides the reasonable prices, we also like the modular home manufacturers that Congaree Home Center works with to provide an excellent selection of floor plan options. From Holms Building Systems to Schult Homes and Champion Homes, you can choose from ranches, capes, and plenty more modular home styles.  

Royal Homes

Here’s another exceptional family-owned South Carolina modular home builder, Royal Homes. For more than 30 years, owner Gene Richter and his family have built modular homes throughout the state. 

Exterior front view of a Royal Homes modular home
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Richter prioritizes every project he receives, building it, as he says, like it was his own. The attention to detail paid to the design shows in each of the 15 standard floor plans the Royal Homes team offers. 

What We Like 

Do you have something special in mind for your house? On Royal Homes’ website, you can virtually build your home with all the custom features you could ever want. 

Interior kitchen view of a Royal Homes modular home
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Select the cabinets in your kitchen and the lighting, hardware, flooring, sink, backsplash, and counters (including kitchen island countertops).

You can also preview what the exterior of your home will look like as you customize everything from the front door, shutters, siding, shingles, and elevation down to the roof pitch. 

Select Homes, Inc.

Exterior front view of a Select Homes, Inc. modular home
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Is it your dream to own a modular home on Myrtle Beach? Then Select Homes, Inc. is the builder you’ve been looking for.

The Conway company offers an extensive variety of floor plans for capes, ranches, and more. Many of the properties have at least two bathrooms and three bedrooms, making them perfect for larger families. 

Interior view of a Select Homes, Inc. modular home
Courtesy of Select Homes, Inc.

What We Like 

If you’d like your home to have a porch, just ask the Select Homes team. They’ll be happy to build you one.

Blue Ridge Log Cabins

Exterior front view of a Blue Ridge Log Cabins modular home
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Winning acclaim from Inc., which called it “one of the fastest-growing privately held companies in the nation two years running,” Campobello’s Blue Ridge Log Cabins is a South Carolina modular home builder to keep an eye on. 

The company has also been showcased on several television shows, including Extreme Makeover: Home Edition on ABC, Amazing Log Homes on HGTV, and Best Log Homes Ever, also on HGTV.

Interior view of a Blue Ridge Log Cabins modular home
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So what is all the hype about? Blue Ridge Log Cabins manufactures modular log cabins. The team usually favors the traditional log home style, but it also offers a Mountain Architecture Series. These properties boast a rustic charm for lakeside or mountain living.

What We Like 

Exterior back deck view of a Blue Ridge Log Cabins modular home
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Blue Ridge Log Cabins builds its unique brand of cabins to be as eco-friendly as possible. The team uses floor insulation with an R-value of R-19, double-hung Low-E vinyl windows, a vapor barrier, and roof insulation rated R-38.

Southland Homes

When Bernie Moore started Southland Homes, his priority was creating bonds with customers that could last a lifetime. Now, more than 40 years after the company’s founding, Southland Homes is managed by Bernie and his two sons, Marion and Sid.

Interior kitchen view of a Southland Homes modular home
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The quality of artistry is another pillar of Southland, which you’ll see as you browse the collection of modular properties. Single-wide and double-wide homes are also available. 

The two small modular home models, both under 2,000 square feet, feature two bathrooms and three bedrooms each. 

The Noble model includes a split floor plan, walk-in closets, a utility room, a built-in entertainment center, and a kitchen island. 

Exterior front view of a Southland Homes modular home
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The Heritage modular floor plan is more open with a private study, a front porch, and a built-in entertainment center. 

What We Like 

Southland Homes has deep-set roots in South Carolina. The company’s portfolio of homes is extensive and shows the breadth of what the team is capable of.

Cripple Creek Cabins

Blue Ridge Log Cabins isn’t the only modular cabin builder in South Carolina! You can also work with Cripple Creek Cabins in Due West.

For over ten years, Cripple Creek Cabins has built prefab cabins for the people of South Carolina. You can select from three cabin styles, Fog Hollow, Creekside Manor, or Bear Ridge.

Exterior front view of a Cripple Creek Cabins modular cabin home
The Creekside Manor by Cripple Creek Cabins. Courtesy of Cripple Creek Cabins

Fog Hollow is a 12-foot by 28-foot property that’s 479 square feet. The living space is 264 square feet in total, including two loft areas, a bathroom complete with a shower, a kitchenette, and a living room. 

Creekside Manor is 12 feet by 36 feet with 567 total square feet and 360 square feet of livable space. The home features a closet with sliding mirror doors, a large bedroom, a bathroom, a kitchen with vinyl flooring, and a living/dining room.

Interior view of a Cripple Creek Cabins modular cabin home
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The third model offered is Bear Ridge, a 14-foot by 40-foot floor plan with 768 square feet. The living space is a roomy 476 square feet with plenty of amenities. 

For instance, you can enjoy a bedroom with a closet, a laundry area, a full bathroom, and a hickory kitchen. In addition, the living/dining room features beautiful and durable vinyl plank flooring. 

What We Like 

If some of those features don’t float your boat, that’s okay because Cripple Creek Cabins gives you the option to customize your cabin. For example, you can choose the color of your windows and whether they feature grids or are double-hung. 

You have your pick between vinyl, cedar, or black metal spindles. If you like interesting countertop materials, Cripple Creek Cabins lets you choose from butcher block, granite, quartz, or laminate counters, with several options afforded to you for each material.

You can even pick out the log stain color or the paint color.


South Carolina could be just the place you’ve been looking for to settle down and establish roots. With so many exceptional modular home builders at your disposal, many of which offer customized options, you can soon have your dream home in SC.

Also, be sure to check out our lists of modular home builders in nearby states, including Tennessee and North Carolina, and Georgia. Many of the companies featured may service your area of South Carolina.

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