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After deciding on a lot/floor plan and what features you want in your home, as well as getting financing squared away, it's time for your home to take shape.

4.1 Building Permit

With the last changes made to the structure of your home, the plans are submitted to the city to be reviewed and approved for construction. This process usually takes up to 3 weeks.


4.2 Electrical Walk-Thru

After several weeks of construction, you will schedule an electrical walk-thru where you can decide within limitations, where you want electrical plugs, cable and telephone outlets, and lights. The electrical walk-thru is not required, as we would just default to our normal selections. However, if you have special needs with anything related to electrical or wiring, now is the time to decide exactly where and how you want things.



4.3 Selection Approvals

There may be several times throughout the course of construction that we get your approval on selections for your home before they are finalized or installed. This is to ensure you get exactly the product you wanted. One example is painting exterior & interior samples just to make sure the colors are what you wanted. It's often hard to visualize how things are going to turn out from very small samples.

4.4 Final Walk-Thru

Approximately three months after construction started, your new home will be complete. At this time we will schedule a final walk-thru to find things that may have been missed throughout the course of construction, minor things that need repaired, and to make sure each selection is the correct one. We can also spend some time showing you around your home and how things work.



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