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Centerline Custom Homes Model Update

Categories: Uncategorized | Posted: May 24, 2017

Have you seen this new Centerline Custom Home?

Located at 3955 Wyndmere Dr. in St. James Plantation!

New Centerline Custom Model!

Categories: Uncategorized | Posted: May 3, 2017

New Centerline Custom  Model!

Check back for progress updates, provide feedback, and the location!

Paws Place Crowdrise

Categories: Uncategorized | Posted: February 22, 2017


Brunswick County Home Builders Association

Categories: Uncategorized | Posted: February 1, 2017

New Elect 2017 President, Jeff Satterwhite 

Introducing “The Hampton” – Follow the Building Process of “The Hampton” @ 3846 Worthington Place

Categories: Uncategorized | Posted: July 8, 2015
The Hampton - Ocean Dunes Collection

The Hampton – Ocean Dunes Collection

New Ocean Dunes Collection Home

The Hampton – First Floor

The Hampton - Second Floor

The Hampton – Second Floor

Coming Soon to our Ocean Dunes Collection “The Hampton”

Categories: Uncategorized | Posted: June 10, 2015
New Ocean Dunes Collection Home

New Ocean Dunes Collection  “The Hampton”



Centerline Construction Chat: Renovation Series Part III – Building Materials

Categories: Brunswick County Home Building, Centerline Construction Chat, Renovation | Posted: August 17, 2013

Learn about what building materials should be involved when doing a renovation or addition on your home from Centerline Development’s Jeff Satterwhite.

The Renovation:
Adding another room to an existing home that is about 10-12 years old in St. James Plantation, located in Coastal North Carolina.

Subject of Video:
Building Materials

The first stacked pile on the left consists of 3/4 inch sub-flooring, tongue-and-groove, designed to get wet so that it does not warp or split during the construction process. The product name is Advantec Flooring by Huber Engineering – some of the best sub-floor on the market. The blue material in the video is 7/16 inch sheathing called OSB or Oriented Strand Board – so the pieces of wood are oriented in different directions in order to give it strength. It is a structural sheathing and it’s used for walls and roof.

The materials next to those are standard studs – we use mostly Spruce and Southern Yellow Pine. They are called “2 by 4’s” but they are really only 1.5/3.5 inches thick. The yellow material is called an LVL which is a laminated beam. Those are the structure members, or members that the floor joist or materials rest on or hanger into as a bearing point load. Below that, are 2X10’s made of Southern Yellow Pine, which is a very strong material used for floor joist, ceiling joist and rafters.

In the boxes are Simpson Hangers. The one shown is an H-10. An H-10 hanger goes on every single rafter, in this wind zone. The other is a Floor Joist Hanger and they come in all different sizes from 2X4 up to 2X12 and a lot of other specialty hangers. They are all galvanized, very strong material and designed to be used in this wind zone to hold the house together during high wind loads.
If you have any questions about renovations or new construction, or are thinking of updating your home in St. James Plantation, NC or anywhere in Eastern North Carolina, Please contact Jeff at or (910) 620-8883

View our Previous Renovation Series Videos:
Centerline Construction Chat: Renovation Series Part II – Mechanical and Floodplain
Centerline Construction Chat: Renovation Series Part I – Elevated Renovation

Introducing the Ocean Dunes Collection: Westwood

Categories: Brunswick County Home Building, NC Construction, Ocean Dunes Collection, Westwood | Posted: May 25, 2013


Introducing Centerline Development’s Brand New Collection of Home Plans: the Ocean Dunes Collection.

See the Home Plans for the New Westwood:

Westwood Home Plans

Centerline Construction Chat: Renovation Series Part II – Mechanicals and Floodplain

Categories: Brunswick County Home Building, Centerline Construction Chat, Floodplain, Renovation | Posted: May 25, 2013

Hear from Jeff Satterwhite about what is required when you’re building on a Floodplain in terms of the various mechanical features for your home.

Renovation Part II – Mechanicals and Floodplain

St. James Plantation, NC – This part of the land (that Jeff is on) is on the floodplain, on the marsh – all mechanicals, electrical wires, switches, compressors – anything that has to do with mechanical or wires, has to be above the freeboard of the floodplain. This area is an AE-11 zone. So, in Brunswick County, you have to have 2 feet above the AE-11, meaning everything has to be above the 13 foot elevation. The ground elevation here is about 6 feet, which means all mechanicals have to be 7-8 feet above the floodplain in order to be compliant with the local and CAMA building codes.

Watch Previous Ceneterline Construction Chat videos to learn more about the Brunswick County, NC Building Process.

If you have any questions or comments about renovating your home, please contact us at (910) 620-8883 or

Announcing the Ocean Dunes Collection

Categories: Brunswick County Home Building, North Carolina Living, Ocean Dunes Collection | Posted: April 25, 2013

Ocean Dunes Home PlansWe’re excited to announce the brand new Ocean Dunes Collection. This will be a collection of 10 new coastal home plan designs and styled for the easy-living lifestyle of eastern North Carolina. The plans will range in size between 2,200 square feet and 3,500 square feet. All the plans will be priced as a complete package with several options so the homeowner can put their personal touch on their new home. The Ocean Dunes Collection will have the custom quality of Centerline custom homes, but priced for today’s economy. Hone plans will maximize open space, large windows, upgraded molding, and numerous other upgrades.

Please visit the website in June to see all the exciting new coastal plans with custom quality at the right price.

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