Tuscany Homes, a builder of high quality custom homes in Vancouver WA, wants you to know what to expect after moving into a custom home.
In part one, we discussed being flexible and projects. In part two, we’ll look at imperfections, not beating yourself up, and having to shop for furniture.
Imperfections. Your custom home is perfect for you but it may not be prefect. Don’t panic. Consider listing the touch-ups you think need to be done and then contacting Tuscany Homes (or the builder of your custom home).
Your custom home is big. It’s difficult to catch every little ding and loose screw during a walk through. Sometimes those things can only be found by living in the home.
You’ll want to beat yourself up. Your new custom home is pristine, but every nick, scratch, ding, and chip will be your fault (or the fault of your guests).
Give yourself a break when you break something in your new custom home. It’s bound to happen. It’s called living.
You’ll probably buy new furniture. Depending on where you are in your life, you might move into your new custom home with a bunch of furniture or very little furniture.
Either way, you’ll probably want to visit a furniture store, at least IKEA, and you’ll probably want to visit them frequently. It’s very likely that you’ll want (or need) new furniture for your custom home.
To read part one of this series, click here.
Do you want to experience what it’s like moving into a custom home? If you do, contact Tuscany homes, a builder of custom homes in Vancouver WA.