By Todd Delahunt – Delahunt Homes
This is the exciting part, your custom home builder will walk you through your new home to acquaint you with its features and the operation of various systems and components, and explain your responsibilities for maintenance and upkeep as well as warranty coverage and procedures. Your custom home builder may refer to this as pre-settlement walkthrough. It’s also an opportunity to spot items that need to be corrected or adjusted, so be attentive and observant.
As a custom home builder at Delahunt Homes, I would suggest examine the surfaces of countertops, fixtures, floors and walls for possible damage. Sometimes disputes arise because the homeowner discovers a gouge in a countertop after move-in, and there’s is no way to prove whether it was caused by the custom home builder’s crew or the homeowner’s movers.
If you would like to see the next step in the process to building custom homes, have a look at the post in this series by Delahunt Homes.
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