Building a home is a very exciting process, but there are many administrative tasks that must be completed before we can hand over the keys. The post-construction phase is the final step in the construction process, and is sometimes referred to as the completion phase or close-out process. During this phase, we will conduct a preliminary walk-through, review and implement safety procedures, and prepare and provide you with necessary documentation, including a final punch list, which is a list of unfinished or incomplete tasks that require additional work. Typically, this list includes:
- Inoperable electrical or plumbing fixtures
- HVAC adjustments
- Flaws in paint, finishes, textures, and trims
- Nail holes or blemishes in drywall
- Missing switch plates or hardware
What to expect during the post-construction phase
The post-construction phase, sometimes referred to as the close-out phase, is a very important step in the construction process. During this step, the building is thoroughly inspected to ensure construction adheres to all building codes. Other aspects
- Final cost reconciliation
- Product data, project documents, and reports
- Certificate of occupancy
- Warranties and guarantees
Our commitment to our New York City clients
No matter what stage we are at in the home building process, your satisfaction is always our top priority. We know that the administrative aspects can be confusing, which is why we aim to answer your questions and provide you with information in terms that are easy to understand. In doing so, we take the stress out of the build process and turn it into an exciting and rewarding experience for everyone involved. At Vintage Homes We are passionate about our work, and we think that shines through with every New York City project we take on.
Let’s talk ideas!
If you are in the New York City area, give us a call for additional information on our construction services. We are more than happy to discuss projects that we’ve completed in