McKee Homes Building Process Guide

By John Rives

Buying a new home is an exciting and sometimes stressful experience for any homebuyer. In an effort to make sure that the homebuyer is involved in building their home and that their experience is positive and enjoyable, McKee Homes has created a homebuilding guide for presale buyers.  This process also insures that all chosen options and selections are correct and that the home is completed on time.

For a detailed description of each stage of the build process, please see our complete Building Process PDF file.

Preconstruction: Once a homebuyer has chosen a neighborhood, lot and floor plan for their new home and a contract has been signed by both parties, a preconstruction meeting is scheduled with the homebuyer and a representative from McKee Homes. The construction process, features, and options will be reviewed with the homebuyer at the preconstruction meeting and a timeline will be set to ensure that the home is completed by the close date on the contract. If any changes to the structure of the home have been requested by the homebuyer, these will be reviewed and the completion date of the home may be changed to allow for the additional work to be completed.

1. Prepare site 4. Pour Foundation
2. Foundation 5. Rough framing
3. Foundation Inspection

Pre Rough-In Walk Through: The homebuyer is invited to join the project manager on a pre rough-in walk through of the framed house. This walk through will give the homebuyer a chance to discuss the in-wall rough wiring, plumbing and HVAC which will be installed prior to drywall according to the selections and options they have chosen for their new home.

6. Rough plumbing, electrical and HVAC 8. Insulation
7. Framing and Mechanical Inspection 9. Insulation Inspection

Pre Drywall Walk Through: Another walk through with the project manager and homebuyer can be scheduled at this point to go over all utilities that will be covered up by the drywall to make sure everything is in the correct location.

10. Drywall 13. Interior Finish
11. Interior trim, cabinets and paint 14. Exterior Finish
12. Exterior Work 15. Final Inspection

Final Walk Through: The McKee Homes project manager will schedule a walkthrough with the homebuyer to acquaint them with the new home, its features and the operation of various systems and components. They will also explain the warranty process and give the homebuyer an informational packet that includes the appliance and equipment manuals, as well as explain the homebuyers’ responsibilities for maintenance and upkeep. This is also an opportunity for the homebuyer to point out any items that need to be corrected or adjusted. A final punch list will be created at this time based on any items that need to be corrected or adjusted and one more pre-closing walkthrough will be scheduled with the homebuyer.

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2 thoughts on “McKee Homes Building Process Guide

    • Pat, we don’t have plans to build an entire community in Wilmington with our cottage-style homes, but we can build some of the plans in either of our two neighborhoods there. We are currently actively building in Hanover Reserve, and will start building in the Willows, in Leland, sometime soon. Is there a particular floor plan you are interested in?

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