There's a lot to know when it comes to purchasing a new home or condominium.
You've bought your home, so what comes next?
Selecting finishes for your new home can be a daunting experience — but a rewarding one. Here are some helpful hints to get you through the process.
Time and effort invested prior to the appointment will be rewarded with a satisfying end result — their beautiful, personalized place to call home.
Know the location of the breaker panel; it includes a main shut-off that controls all the electrical power to the home.
Your plumbing system has many parts, most of which require little maintenance. Proper cleaning, occasional minor attention, and preventive care will assure many years of good service from this system.
Slight cracking, nail pops, or seams may become visible in walls and ceilings. These are caused by the settlement of your home.
Your home is equipped with a fan coil unit which is a simple system for heating and cooling your home by way of a heating/cooling coil and fan. It is part of the HVAC system installed in your home’s building.
When warm, moist air comes into contact with cooler surfaces, the moisture condenses. Outside we see this as dew; inside you may see it as a layer of moisture on glass windows and doors.