Can I see my home under construction?

Because of OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Association) regulations, as well as insurance stipulations, we are not allowed to let anyone go into their home until it is significantly completed. As you can imagine, construction sites can be quite dangerous and we'd hate to see anyone get hurt. However, with that being said, you will be invited to visit your home approximately one week prior to closing. One of our quality assurance representatives will give you a formal new home orientation, pointing out important aspects of your home along the way. In the event that there are any miscellaneous touch-up items that need to be completed, a second walk-through will be set up for the day of the closing, giving you the confidence that your new home will be delivered in move-in condition.

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Alex, New Home Specialist

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Hi, I'm Alex, a New Home Specialist at Bigelow Homes. I'm here to answer any questions you may have in your new home search!