1. Visualize Expectations
You will meet with our sales staff to narrow down your wants and needs in association with your budget, floor plan, and style of home. Knowing what you are expecting and needing in your home allows us to more accurately bid the home you dream of.
2. Drafting & Details
Our in-house architectural drafter will go through your home in detail with you to make any changes you require before we bid out your home. If you are designing a custom home, every detail will be considered and put into your construction plans. You will then go through requirements with our estimator to make sure everyone is on the same page, and your project will be bid. A construction agreement will be drafted and accepted by both parties, and you are on your way to a new home.
3. Design & Selection
You will be meeting with your interior designer throughout the building process to make selections on things from roofing to outlet color and everything in between. You will be utilizing an online system to approve all of your selections so everyone stays informed and the information can be accessed by all parties at any time. This makes decision making easier, clearer, and enjoyable rather than stressful!
4. Building Process
You will be meeting with your project manager throughout the building process for site layout, framing and electrical walk-thrus, and intermediate meetings on anything that may come up. This involves you in your building process and keeps communication open. Your project manager will also be utilizing the online system to communicate pertinent information to you on your home.
Congratulations! Your dream home is complete and you are almost ready to move in! We will do a final service walk-thru to answer any questions you have on your home and take care of any last minute items that may come to mind. You will be provided with a closing kit including touch-up materials and mechanical owner’s manuals.
The warranty is detailed in your warranty packet you will have received at signing. It references and troubleshoots many questions you will have about your home as you settle in to life there. There is a 1-year Materials and Workmanship warranty and a 10-year Structural Elements warranty to ensure you can worry about the important stuff--the people in your home, because the rest is covered.