To take full advantage of your orientation, consider these hints.

  • If you visit your home a day or two prior to orientation, you may notice dozens of details that need attention. Lastminute rush is common. The fine tuning that polishes a home for delivery cannot be done until final installations are complete.
  • If you haven’t already done so, read the builder’s limited warranty, warranty standards, and literature you have received about home maintenance.
  • Review the forms the builder uses for the orientation. Builders who provide a homeowner manual usually include copies in it for you to preview.
  • Bring your contract, selection sheets, and change orders.
  • If you have questions, write them down, room by room, so you can bring them up when you get to that part of your home.
  • Orientations are most beneficial if you can focus on your home and the information your builder presents. Arrange for friends and young children to see the home at a time before or after the orientation
  • Wear shoes that are convenient to get off and on and comfortable clothing.
  • Arrive for your orientation rested and alert.
  • Plan to listen carefully and take a handson approach. Push buttons, lock locks, and flip breakers. This action helps you remember the dozens of details your builder covers.

Jimmy Miller Construction Company

363 Highway 149
Clarksville, TN 37040
(931) 553-4044

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