HOMEOWNER MAINTENANCE OR LIMITED HOMEOWNER WARRANTY?
Diligent maintenance of your home is an important element of homeownership that will protect your investment over time. If you are questioning whether or not an issue with your home is a general responsibility of homeowner maintenance or if it is a warranty item, here are some examples to help guide you…
- Regular Interior & Exterior Caulking Maintenance
- Changing HVAC Filters & Vacuuming Air Vents Regularly
- Paint Touch-up from Normal Wear & Tear
- Sealing Grout & Repairing Grout Cracks
- Proper Landscape Watering & Yard Maintenance
- Adjusting Your Sprinkler Heads To Maintain Adequate Coverage
- Damaged Sprinkler Lines from Improper Winterization
- Disconnecting Hose from Exterior Hose Bib(s) & Blowing Out Sprinklers (Prior to First Freeze)
- Concrete Cracks, Efflorescence & Frost Heaving
- Rodent or Insect Issues
LIMITED HOMEOWNER WARRANTY
- Appliances (Per Manufacturer Warranty)
- One-time Grout Touch-up/Repair
- Drywall Cracking & Nail Pops from Normal Expansion & Contraction
- Door Adjustments
- Non-functioning Heating or Air Conditioning Systems
- Water Leak at the Supply Line
- Sprinkler System Not Working
- Review our checklist to assist in your regular home maintenance scheduling.
- We have also created some helpful home maintenance DIY video tutorials to help with proper home maintenance.
What is not warrantable?
For a comprehensive explanation of your home warranty coverage, please reference your Limited Warranty and Performance Standards Manual provided to you during your home orientation. And as always, please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.