GROFF HOME BUILDERS

1490 NE Pine Island Rd.

Building 5 Unit A

Cape Coral, FL 33909

(239) 910-3545

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BUILDING PROCESS

Step 1 - Getting Started

 

  • Carefully review our website.

  • Contact our preferred lender to learn about construction loans.

  • Get preapproved for financing.Choose a floor plan/model.

  • We can modify and customize the plan of your choice to meet your lifestyle needs.

  • Review lot choices, home prices, and design plans.

  • Sign a contingency contract.

 

Step 2 - Pulling And Processing Permits

 

  • Select your colors and finishes.

  • Process building permits, survey.

  • Disconnect utilities.

 

Step 3 - Pre-Construction Meeting

 

  • Confirm your color and finish selections.

  • Review your building and grading plan.

  • Verify layouts – such as kitchen, electric, cable and HVAC.

 

Step 4 - Pre-Trade Orientation

 

  • Confirm locations of AC registers.

  • Confirm locations of outlets and lighting before pulling wires.

  • Confirm kitchen and bath cabinet selections, locations, and layouts before ordering.

  • Review layouts specific to your home (such as interior trim and built-ins).

 

Step 5 - Pre-Drywall Orientation

 

  • Review the quality of materials and workmanship behind your walls.

  • Verify installation of optional features and details.

 

Step 6 - Quality Inspection (Satisfaction Guaranteed!)

 

  • Area Superintendant conducts a rigorous pre-inspection.

  • Fine tuning, tweaking, and re-inspection.

 

Step 7 - Attend Your New Home Orientation

 

  • Verify all quality standards throughout the home.

  • Review the use of all systems within the home.

  • Review our 2/10 warranty and service procedures.

 

Step 8 - Re-Visit and Settlement

 

  • Verify completion of any open items from your New Home Orientation checklist.

  • Turnover keys, Use & Occupancy Permit issued and Other Important Documents

 

Step 9 - Warranty and Follow up

 

  • Two Month Follow-up - We review your warranty coverage, ensure your home meets warranty guidelines, and address and repair warranty items.

  • Ten Month Follow-up - We review your warranty coverage, ensure your home meets warranty guidelines, and address and repair warranty items.

  • Two Year Systems Warranty – We make sure you're electrical systems, wiring, plumbing pipes and your heating and air conditioning ductwork are all covered.

  • Ten Year Structural – Designated load-bearing elements of your home are covered under the structural warranty for a period of ten years.

  • Manufacturer's Warranty – Many items installed in your new home are backed by a separate manufacturer’s warranty, including kitchen appliances, roof shingles, HVAC equipment, and plumbing fixtures.