Conquest has an initial discussion with a potential client, to determine a very high level idea of what the client is looking for in a new home. Conquest then provides an estimate, based on this information, along with a number of general assumptions. Our goal is to get as close as possible, with this estimate, to give the client a good understanding of what it would take to build their home.
Offer To Purchase Stage
If the estimate looks acceptable, Conquest will meet with the client, to discuss the details of the project. With those details and a set of production drawings, Conquest then drafts an “Offer to Purchase”, for final approval. If the Offer To Purchase is agreed upon, the client pays a 20% deposit, to officially start production. At this point, the price of the project will not change, unless the client makes changes to the scope of work.
With the deposit in place, the project now has secured a spot on the factory production floor, along with the approval to start ordering materials. All aspects of construction are taken care of by Conquest, providing a one-stop shop, for this project. Depending on the scope of work, homes will be in production from 4–8 weeks, on average. Conquest ensures that the home is delivered to the homeowners property, set up and functional.
Order Amendments after Offer
Any changes or additions initiated by Conquest or Client after the Offer stage, need to be documented on an “Amendment Form”. The majority of these initiated by the customer will result in additional time and/ or money. Additional work will not be performed until Amendment Form is signed by the client.
The final inspection by Conquest quality control staff will be used for reference on any warranty work requested thereafter. A digital photo record may also be kept by Conquest.