Your New-Build Home Guide: How a Home Warranty Works

Your New-Build Home Guide: How a Home Warranty Works

It is not uncommon for homebuilders to provide buyers with limited coverage of repair or replacement on certain elements in a new home. Understanding exactly how a home warranty works and what it covers can help give you peace of mind if things go wrong.

Most warranties for new-construction homes cover workmanship and materials as they relate to certain components of the house. These typically include windows, roofs, plumbing and HVAC systems. Warranties do not, however, cover expenses an owner may incur if they must move out of their home while repairs are made.

While home warranties provide coverage for a specified period of time after purchase, the builder typically decides the terms. At Perry Homes, we offer an Express Limited Warranty, which includes a two-year workmanship warranty and a 10-year structural warranty, on all our newly built properties.

Familiarizing yourself with what your new home’s warranty covers can help alleviate stress in the event you have to file a claim. That is why we have created a complete guide to your Perry Homes warranty. Discover everything from the coverage we offer to the process of submitting a claim to help you prepare for homeownership.

Does Perry Homes’ high-caliber warranty sound like the level of protection you are looking for in a new home? Explore our move-in ready homes to see the amazing properties waiting for you!

Discover how a home warranty works with Perry Homes, including the difference between our Workmanship Warranty and Structural Warranty coverages as well as how to submit a claim.

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Your New-Build Home Guide: How a Home Warranty Works

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