WOW! You have been in your new home almost a year already.
This means your “Builder Warranty” is about to expire.
Do you know what your “Builder Warranty” is for? Think about your car and the transmission going out 1,000 miles after your warranty runs out. You have to pay for a new transmission. This is exactly what builders want to happen with your new home.
Your builder DOES NOT want to pay for repairs that were overlooked during the building process. The home builder budgets on average 2500.00 per home sold for warranty repairs, if they don’t have to fix anything they pocket that money.
Some common items found during the 11-month warranty inspection are:
Improperly installed roofing materials
Grading and drainage issues in the yard
HVAC issues – (Rooms that are too cold or hot)
LET US TELL YOU EXACTLY WHAT YOUR BUILDER NEEDS TO FIX:
We will complete a full, comprehensive inspection covering items from the roof down to the foundation (including the sprinkler system). This inspection covers all major components of your home systems such as your roof, HVAC, hot water heater, plumbing, electrical and more. At the end, you will receive a full color inspection report documenting all the items that the builder can and should pay for.