Irrigation, landscape and sod are installed in this phase; your carpet is installed; and your home is cleaned in preparation for your taking ownership. Your construction manager has a list of items that must be checked off before he will certify that the home is “complete.”
And once all of those criteria are met, your construction manager will schedule a homeowner orientation session with you. You’ll walk through your new home with your construction manager, starting on your front lawn and moving through the entire home. You’ll go over all of your home’s appliances and review the use and maintenance of each appliance with your construction manager. You’ll generate a list of outstanding items, if any, which need to be completed before you close on your home. Your construction manager will work to ensure that all those items are complete before the final closing.