If you’re buying a newly constructed home for sale, you’ll most likely get a builder’s warranty with your purchase.
But what does a builder’s warranty cover?
What Does a Builder’s Warranty Cover?
While every builder is different, for the most part, your builder’s warranty should cover:
- Clapboard and shingles
- Concrete foundations and floors
- Doors and windows
- Dry basement
- Garage doors
- Heating and cooling
- Roofing and siding
- Septic system
- Thermal and moisture cover
It’s probably in your best interest to have an attorney look over the warranty before you agree to it – and at the very least, you should read it thoroughly. You can’t count on the warranty to cover everything, but it should at least guarantee the builder’s craftsmanship and materials.
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