Posted by Melissa Lynn Galland on Jul 28, 2015 1:00:30 AM
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Visiting someone’s home always calls for a certain etiquette, and our Open House events are no different. But while snooping in closets and peeking behind doorways may be frowned upon when visiting other people’s homes, we actually encourage it.

Our Open House events are your chance to tour a home that’s currently under construction for an Adair Homes customer. We invite you to peek, poke, prod, and snoop to your heart’s content. After all, this is the perfect way to see get inspired and see the quality of every Adair Home for yourself.

But while it’s true that almost anything goes at an Open House event, there are a few rules of conduct that we suggest.

Don’t Forget Your Imagination

Remember that almost anything you see during an Open House event can be customized just for you. See a garage with two cars but dream of three? Done. Want a walk-in closet in every bedroom, a bigger bonus room, a brighter kitchen? Done, done and done. Think of an Open House event as a doorway to (almost) unlimited possibility.

Don’t Be the Silent Type

You know how a two year old will ask questions until they’re practically blue in the face? Well, we admire that kind of curiosity. In fact, we encourage all of our customers to ask as many questions as they can think of. After all, an informed customer is a smart and confident customer – and we think that’s the very best kind.

Don’t Be a Know it All

We know you have all the answers (we really like that about you, actually). But very often people visit an Open House event and they assume they know that every custom change they see must cost a fortune. The truth is that many customizations you’ll see at an Open House are remarkably affordable. Don’t be afraid to be a penny pincher (we like that about you, too). Ask a team member about pricing for any customized feature you see.

Don’t Forget to Bring A Friend (or Many)

Let’s face it, imagining how you would design your own custom home is much more fun with a friend. There’s something about a good friend that can inspire creativity and help you come up with ideas you may have never thought of on your own. We recommend that you start with a leisurely lunch with friends at your favorite restaurant and then head over to the Open House (why not make a day of it?) Don’t forget your cameras and your sense of adventure.

Don’t Miss Out!

Most of all, don’t miss out on upcoming Open House events near you. Every Open House event is a one-day only occasion and no two homes that we build are ever exactly alike. That means that once it’s over you may have to wait weeks or months before another Open House event is scheduled in your area.

We suggest bookmarking our Open House event page for easy reference. You can also follow us on Facebook for the latest updates. Either way, we can’t wait to meet you and hear all about your dreams for your own dream home.