Most Important Steps When Moving Into a New Home
Toronto, Canada (PRWEB), August 8, 2014 – Bremont Homes (www.BremontHomes.com), the Greater Toronto Area’s finest home building company, is presenting advice on the critical steps that each new homeowner must follow when moving in to a new home.
“Buying a new home can be a complicated process, so it’s important to know the procedures so nothing is overlooked,” says Gary Breda, president of Bremont Homes. “After purchasing the home and getting welcome letters from the builders, the most pressing letter issued will be from the décor consultant to prepare for a décor appointment, followed by making a structural appointment and colour appointment. This process of varying décor could last up to 120 days.”
The subsequent letter will be to inform the homeowner that construction has commenced, followed by another letter confirming completion of framing, windows, and shingling of the roof. Breda explains that in the case of Bremont Homes, it’s going to take some time because, as premiere custom home builders in Toronto and throughout the GTA, they hold themselves to a high standard of quality.
“The next step will be for the homeowner to arrange a private walk-through with the décor consultant and then set up a pre-inspection,” he adds. “This will take place about 30–60 days prior to closing.
“About 30 days after closing, a follow-up letter will be sent to check in on the move-in progress, though we at Bremont Homes actually send two more check-up letters, one eight months after closing and another after 15 months,” Breda concludes. “All of these steps, when taken by Bremont Homes when having someone move into their custom home, are over and above Tarion warranty regulations.”