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Blog Category - North Carolina Living

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.

Mild Winter in Southeastern NC vs. Harsh Northern Winters

Categories: NC Construction, North Carolina Living | Posted: January 30, 2013

As many have probably noted, the weather the last few years has been anything but normal. Thoughts of strange weather patterns came to mind last week when the Carolinas warmed up enough for folks to actually get outside and enjoy the rays for a few days.

A recent Fox News article out of Washington, stated on January 28th, “The arctic blast that gripped much of the central and eastern U.S. last week and into the weekend is on its way out and a significant warm-up is on the way to much of the eastern half of the country.” It went on to say:

“Farther to the East, the aforementioned warm front moved through Washington, D.C., and Philadelphia on Monday morning. Some snow, sleet and freezing rain fell at the onset, before a changeover to rain in these cities.

Weather in Southport NC

The significant warm-up will take until Tuesday to get into the Carolinas and mid-Atlantic, when temperatures rise into the 60s all the way northward to the Mason/Dixon line.

The 70s will be common as far north as Fayetteville, N.C., on Tuesday.

Even residents of central and northern New England who haven’t experienced a 32-degree temperature in over a week will turn much milder Tuesday into Wednesday.

High temperatures in NYC, Boston, and Albany will rise into the upper 50s and near 60 degrees on Wednesday.

And warm up in the Carolinas, it surely did. Temperatures along the coast reached as high as the upper 70’s. It was out of this world to see people sunbathing in bikinis on the beach in the middle of January.

According to a New York Times article dated January 8 – 2012 was ‘the year of a surreal March heat wave’… and ‘the hottest year ever recorded in the contiguous United States.’ So what does this mean for Southeastern North Carolina? That our already mild winters are just getting even warmer.

Many of the people who have relocated to NC from northern states can agree that the sun shines more often and winter is just more pleasant on the coast. Do you agree?

NC Beach

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