National Warranty manual
C E N T U R Y C OMM U N I T I E S H OM E OWN E R M A N UA L
• Construction methods and materials vary from different areas of the country and change over time. It is common when you are familiar with one method, you naturally question a different one. That does not make a new process wrong. If you still have questions, please contact your Construction Manager or Sales Manager.
NEW BUYER ORIENTATION MEETING The purpose of the New Buyer Orientation is to conduct a comprehensive review of your final plans and specifications, as well as the building process itself. We will discuss such things as site visits, trade partner communication, your selections, and estimated target delivery date. A copy of our construction building sequence is included at the end of this section. We will be glad to answer any questions you have at this meeting. Your Sales Manager or Construction Manager schedules the New Buyer Orientation (NBO) once all of your selections are completed. This meeting takes approximately 60 to 90 minutes. SAFETY ON THE JOB SITE AND VISITS We understand that you will want to visit your new home at times during construction. A new home construction site is exciting, but it can also be dangerous. Your safety is of primary importance to us; therefore, we must require that you set an appointment with your Sales Manager before visiting your home. Open toed shoes are not permitted, and you must wear a hard hat during your visit. A member of our staff will accompany you to ensure your safety and to provide you with answers to any questions you may have. • Children under the age of 12 are not permitted on an active site. • Pay attention to where you are walking. Look in the direction you are moving at all times. • Watch for any building materials, boards, cords, tools or fasteners that might cause tripping, cuts or any other injury. • Do not enter any level of a home that is not equipped with stairs and rails. • Stay a minimum of six feet from all excavations. • Watch out for grading equipment and delivery vehicles and be sure to give them plenty of room. These vehicles are loud and big, and you need to assume that the driver can neither see nor hear you. Please observe common sense safety procedures at all times when visiting:
In addition to safety considerations, be aware that mud, paint, drywall compound, adhesives and other materials are in use and can get on you or your clothing.
Many buyers welcome the chance to tour their home just after the rough mechanical
PA G E 2 . 2
C E N T U R Y C OMM U N I T I E S
Made with FlippingBook - professional solution for displaying marketing and sales documents online