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Step 4: Construction

You’re Always Part of the Process
We reward your trust in building a new home with Beazer by keeping you informed and involved throughout the construction process. From pouring the slab to final checkpoints and orientation, you play a key role in the progress of your home with ample opportunities to provide input.
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Building Trust

In addition to the quality assurance checkpoints during key construction phases outlined below, your Beazer New Home Counselor will answer any questions you may have as well as keep you up to date and involved in your home’s progress on an ongoing basis.

Obtaining Permits

The first step in your home’s construction is to prepare and obtain all the required structural, plumbing, mechanical, and electrical permits. These permits ensure your home meets and exceeds local and national regulations for efficiency and safety. Once approved by the proper officials, we will begin building your new home to these specifications.

Construction and Checkpoint 1

The next step in your home’s construction is pouring the home’s foundation, completing rough framing, and installing windows and exterior doors. Rough mechanicals are also installed. Upon completion of these steps, you can request a pre-drywall orientation with the onsite builder.

Construction and Checkpoint 2

The next stage in building your new home includes: installing drywall and completing interior finishes and trim, including fireplace surrounds; cabinets and vanities; installing exterior finishes such as brick, siding, stucco and stone, and installing countertops, electrical components and plumbing.

At this stage, we will accompany you on a thorough orientation of your new home before closing. From learning how to light the furnace to where you can shut off the water, you’ll learn all the exciting features in your new home and how to operate them.

Scheduling Movers & Moving Possessions

Your Beazer Closing Coordinator will provide an estimated date for move-in. Please be aware that there are a lot of variables in the construction process that can affect this date. When scheduling movers, a good rule of thumb is to wait until about 30 days prior to your closing. At that point, set a tentative date with your movers, then at 14 days prior to closing, lock in the moving date with the moving company. If you’re anxious to begin moving your possessions into your new home, you can begin doing so as soon as all the paperwork is signed on your closing date.
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