Each Royalpark home is inspected by skilled craftspeople at every building stage to ensure that it meets or exceeds our rigorous standards for materials and workmanship. In addition, municipal building inspectors, as well as qualified hydro, gas, heating and plumbing authorities, conduct regular inspections to ensure the lasting quality and performance of all aspects of your home whether it is a townhome, semi-detatched, or detached.
We deliver the Royal treatment even deep within your walls where no one else will see. It’s all part of our commitment to quality, excellence and making sure the job is done to the highest possible standards. After all, this is your very own fortress, inside and out – and keeping you safe and comfortable is our number one priority.
Every Royalpark home is slightly different once all the work is complete. Given the differences in the lot, elevation and craftspeople involved, no two homes are ever identical. What remains constant is our unwavering commitment to quality and to making sure that your home reflects your personal vision. From start to beautiful finish we will work tirelessly to ensure that your home is built to your specifications and will contact you once it is complete to arrange a personal inspection.
Keeping things on track
At Royalpark we do everything we can to meet our construction commitments, although delays may occur for reasons that are beyond our control. A shortage of building materials or skilled workers can cause delays, as can the necessary contributions of municipalities and utility companies in Ontario.
If a delay should occur, rest assured that the Royalpark team will share in your frustration. We will work aggressively and without delay to rectify any holdups whenever and wherever possible. Our goal is to get you into your new home as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Therefore, if through some unforeseen circumstance a construction delay does occur, know that we are here working on your behalf. As soon as any delays are resolved we will contact you in writing stating the new expected delivery date and outlining everything we are doing to keep the process on track.
Let us give you the Royal tour
Once your home is under construction, we understand that you are excited and may want to stop by from time to time to see how things are going. The Royalpark construction crews are working hard to build your brand new Royal home – and, as we all know, construction sites can have some safety hazards.
Rather than stopping by unannounced we recommend that you only visit the site on your personal inspection day. This is the best way for you to receive a proper tour of the building site, receive the answers to any questions you may have and avoid construction hazards. You can get the answers to any immediate questions by contacting a Royalpark Representative by phone.
Taking care of all the details
As the excitement builds we look forward to arranging your Pre-Delivery Inspection, an essential step in the Royal process of buying your new home. Approximately one week prior to your closing date, you will visit your new home with a Royalpark Representative to give it a thorough inspection.
On the day of your inspection a Royalpark Representative will walk you through your new home, answer any questions that you may have and note any concerns.
From past experience we have learned that it is best if only the key decision-makers are present at this inspection so that you can give your full attention to this important task – therefore you, the purchasers, must come to the inspection alone, without children or other relatives. Royalpark will not conduct inspections with groups. At this time you will also complete a Tarion Warranty Certification of Completion and Possession (CCP). This is your record of any defects discovered during the inspection, as well as your enrollment in the Tarion Warranty Program, a warranty protection program for your new home.This is the perfect time to ensure that the vision that you had for your new home is realized down to the smallest detail.
Your inspection gives you the opportunity to check all aspects of your home and to make note of any chips, cracks, scratches or other deficiencies that need our attention. You will need to set aside enough time to make sure that you are able to give the inspection your full attention – two hours is the approximate amount of time that most people require to give adequate inspection to all areas: floors, cabinets, countertops, appliances, walls, ceilings and windows.