Frequently Asked Questions
Do the owners of Curington Contracting work in the business?
Yes, they are there full time overseeing the operations of CCI and planning for the future of CCI.
Is Curington Contracting Licensed & Insured?
CCI is licensed under and Class A State Certified license, and provides “Builder Risk Insurance” during construction, which covers the home. Also, all of our subcontractors are licensed and insured.
How long has Curington been building in Florida?
CCI has over 35 years of experience building quality homes in Florida since 1972.
Who will guide me through the building process of my new home?
A CCI sales consultant will walk you through the contract process. Next, CCI’s color coordinator will help you select the colors and features of your new home as your plans are being drawn. Then, during the actual building process CCI will assign a superintendent to oversee the construction of your home and help you with any questions or needs that may arise.
Can Curington Contracting help me find a building lot or subdivision to put my new home on?
Yes, CCI owns and/or builds in many different subdivisions. In addition to this our sales consultants are also licensed real estate agents and are very knowledgeable about Marion County land, subdivisions and lots.
Do I need to hire an architect or engineer to design and draw my home?
No, CCI has an in-house drafting team who will draw your home and have it reviewed by a licensed and certified engineer.
What if I don’t have a floor plan but have special requirements? Can Curington Contracting help design my dream home from start to finish?
Yes, Curington Contracting has a staff of experienced designers/draftsmen who have designed countless custom homes over the years. Curington clients also have the benefit of having their own personal new home consultants who are happy to assist with your requests.
What if I have my own custom plan, can Curington Contracting give me a price to build it?
Yes, CCI’s estimating department has many years of experience in estimating the cost of both custom homes and commercial projects.
Will I have a professional help when it comes to choosing items such as cabinets, lighting, tile, paint colors, and carpet?
Yes, CCI has very talented color coordinators who will assist you in going over the floor plan room by room, helping you to put together a home that will reflect your personal taste and lifestyle.
Can I make changes to Curington Contracting’s floor plans?
YES, and we are more than happy to aid you with the changes you request to make a house become your home.
What if I need to make a change or want to upgrade something in my home after the contract has been signed?
CCI is happy to provide a Change Order when requested by our valued customers. There may be costs associated with your Change Order depending on what your request entails and what stage your new home is at in the building process.
Do I see the plans before CCI starts building my home?
Yes, you will meet with a CCI customer service representative, the draftsperson who drew your plans, and your sales consultant for a customer plan review.
Who acquires the various permits for my new home and keeps track of government requirements needed for my home during the building process?
CCI is very experienced at walking through the permitting process, and we stay in constant communication with the appropriate government departments concerning codes and building requirements. CCI will also keep you informed of any changes that need to be made based upon government codes and requirements.
Is Curington Contracting current on all the new Hurricane codes?
Yes, and in addition to this we at CCI go above and beyond hurricane codes in many aspects of our construction (Please speak with a sales consultant for details.)
Will someone meet me at my property, to evaluate it, before construction?
Yes, a CCI representative will meet you at your home site to discuss laying out the home and answer any questions.
What if we are building in a subdivision with covenant requirements and/or an Architectural Review Board (ARB)?
CCI will obtain a copy of the covenant requirements for the subdivision and follow them throughout the building process. If an ARB is present, all needed documentation is submitted for their approval prior to building.
What kind of warranty can I expect with a Curington Contracting home?
CCI stands behind our homes with a 10-year structural warranty and a dedicated in-house warranty department ready to care for your home for the first year after completion.
Can I see the construction office?
Yes, a sales consultant will be happy to give you a tour. We have many employees that you will normally never see, but their jobs are just as important as the ones that you will meet. CCI has a great team and we look forward to turning your dreams into reality.