I’m interested in a home, how do I get in touch with someone?

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What maintenance is recommended?

Spring
1. Inspect caulk and grout around countertops, cabinets and bathrooms. Perform necessary touch-ups.
2. Window and door weep holes should be cleaned and tracks lubricated.
3. Inspect exterior surfaces that may need caulking, paint or stain.
4. Test all smoke alarms and replace batteries.
5. Change furnace filter.
6. Turn the humidifier off and set to summer mode.
7. Test air conditioning system (before turning on, check that compressor is not obstructed by debris).
8. Pour water down drains that are not often used, especially the basement floor. This will prevent sewer gases from entering the house.

Fall
1. Change furnace filter.
2. Test heating system.
3. Clean and turn on humidifier. Put selector on winter mode.
4. Adjust or replace weather stripping on exterior doors as needed.
5. Examine interior and exterior caulking. Perform necessary touch-ups.
6. Test smoke alarms and replace batteries.
7. Winterize sprinkler system and disconnect hoses from faucets.
8. Clean gutters and downspouts to ensure water drains properly away from the house.
9. During the winter months, remove snow and ice from concrete as quick as possible.
10. Do not use any deicing agents on concrete surfaces! Using deicing agents (salts) will void your warranty.

Why buy new?

Personalize, Not Compromise
People want to be able to personalize their home with their own tile, flooring and appliance choices. In a new home, the consumer can select virtually everything down to the knobs on their kitchen cabinets. It’s all part of the American Dream.

Technology
Technological advances mean that today’s homes are safer, because new homes take advantage of breakthroughs in building science. For example, hard-wired and interconnected smoke alarms bring a new level of fire safety to new homes. Furthermore, new fire-resistant construction materials, such as better electrical wiring, mean less chance of a dangerous electrical fire.

Energy Efficiency
Building codes along with standards such as NAHB™’s Green Building Standard, ENERGY STAR®, and WaterSense® mean that your builder can choose from an ever-expanding array of products and materials to make a house more energy, water and resource efficient.

How do I get started?

Our sales staff will guide you through the process of building your new home, but the following is a rough outline of what is involved.

1. Determine your financing by consulting a mortgage loan officer.
2. Select your lot and home style.
3. Leave a deposit with Sales Staff.
4. Sign Building Agreement/Purchase Agreement.
5. Start building your dream home!