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  • Dropped brick seat
  • Atrium-brand single hung vinyl windows
  • Gas heat with forced air furnace and gas water heater in Unit 3A, with option to upgrade to all electric home.  Homes in Unit 4 include all electric homes with heat pump and 50 gallon electric water heater.
  • Armstrong "Initiator" no-wax flooring
  • "Red Bud" carpeting from Shaw Industries, with "Stain Safety."
  • Architectural shingles
  • Elongated commodes and 40” Plate glass mirrors in bathrooms
  • North White interior paint from Sherwin Williams
  • Flat jambs on interior cased openings per plan
  • Crown molding in formal living and dining rooms, per plan
  • Planned Homeowners Association for maintenance of detention basin

All Ball Homes include:
  • Garage door opener at each overhead door
  • Recessed lighting in kitchens, per plan
  • House wrap
  • Molded Two Panel 2 panel Roman smooth interior doors from Masonite
  • Cased openings with flat jambs per plan
  • Crown molding above kitchen cabinets
  • Armstrong “Initiator” no-wax flooring
  • "Red Bud" carpeting from Shaw Industries with "Stain Safety"
  • 5lb carpet padding
  • Low-maintenance brick and vinyl exteriors.
  • Low-maintenance vinyl windows
  • Frigidaire electric self-cleaning range with electronic clock and timer
  • Frigidaire dishwasher
  • Disposal with continuous feed
  • Range hood
  • Chrome-finish kitchen fixtures, bath fixtures
  • Satin nickel bath accessory kits
  • 8" deep stainless steel matte finish double bowl kitchen sink
  • Smoke detectors
  • Landscaping package
  • Plate glass mirrors and elongated commodes in bathrooms
  • Vented soffits
  • Passive radon vents
  • Deadbolts installed at front entry and rear door
  • Icemaker line ready to connect
  • Satin nickel finish door hardware

Updates to included features are based on what is standard as of the contract date for build to suit homes.  For Quick Moves (spec homes) a variety of factors, including the date that plans are drawn and certain materials are ordered, will determine whether or not an update to the included features will be effective for that home.