If You Bought a New Home in 2017, You Need A Builder's Warranty Inspection
If you purchased a newly built home this time last year, it may be time for a Builder's Warranty Inspection. Most builders and subcontractors extend a one year warranty on a newly constructed home for things like structural components, electrical systems, HVAC and major appliances.
You want to make sure you take advantage of this opportunity to get anything fixed by the Builder before your warranty is up. The best way to do this is by getting a Builder's Warranty Inspection. There are lots of obvious things that you would have noticed malfunctioning or breaking, but there are some things that you may not see that could become bigger problems in the future.
A Builder's Warranty Inspection will check every detail of your home, and give you a report that you can provide your home builder before your warranties expire. We want to help you make sure you make the most of your policy, before those repairs will have to happen on your own dime.
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