Spectrum Homes Total Quality Assurance Process
- Orientation & Site Visit
We meet with you to understand your needs, explain our process and define expectations
- Quotes and Design Build Agreement
We provide a comprehensive quote for your review and a design build agreement, when you've decided to build your dream home with Spectrum
- Pre-Construction Meeting
After contracts and permits are obtained, our construction manager will meet with you to review every phase of the project
- On-Site Work
Our professional staff ensures a clean work environment and provides open communication throughout the project
- Walk Throughs
Prior to completion, detailed “in-house” checklists are created for evaluation
Upon completion, a final “punch list” and limited warranty review are provided along with a complete and thorough review of your home’s heating, air conditioning and other critical systems
Every project is followed up with a survey to ensure total satisfaction. Ask us about our rating on any previous work.
"The difference is in the details."
We can help make one of your most important decisions easy. Our Total Quality Assurance Program is a customer-centric approach focusing on you. You will be introduced to the options that now exist in today’s construction industry. "The difference is in the details", from the type of subflooring used when building your home, to the type of cabinets being installed, we are committed to delivering quality, value and consistency by utilizing the latest building practices and professional resources through every step of the process.
The Four Components of New Construction on Your Own Home Site
Land values vary based on location, topography, site improvements, surrounding properties, municipal services and most importantly supply and demand.
Generally includes the costs associated with obtaining necessary permits and utilities to be used on your lot. The cost and amount of lot improvements will vary depending on the location and topography of your home site (i.e. building permits, water/sewer system, impact fees and grading).
Will vary depending on the type of design, specifications and floor plan you select.
Will vary depending on the type of loan you choose. Common financing options include conventional, construction and bridge loans. The type of loan you select will determine the funds needed at your real estate closing.