Home Construction Warranty
As the home construction business becomes more complex and lawsuits have become more prevalent in America, the concept of the home construction warranty has evolved. With a home construction warranty, the homeowner can require the homebuilder to return and rectify any problems with the design or construction of their house during a certain period of time.
The first step in the home construction process is the development of an architectural design. While in some cases the client can have a home built to their exact specifications, cost and building codes frequently lead to the adaptation of a common design developed by the builder and used hundreds, if not thousands of times. Whether or not the design is unique or common, a home construction warranty should still be included as part of the contract between the builder and buyer.
After establishing a floor layout, or plan, and checking to make sure the design meets building code standards, construction begins. After the laying of the slab, the frame of the house goes up. Without the proper design, it is impossible to know the length and depth of the house, the size of the rooms, the height of each floor or the location of the ceiling. Any mistake in the size or shape of a room or the frame is covered under the home construction warranty.
Once the residential construction framing begins, other parts of the house can be put in around it. One of the most important steps is the installation of water pipes and electrical wiring. Weather protection and retaining walls come next. Inside, the heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems (HVAC) are installed, along with the electrical wiring and plumbing started on the exterior. Insulation is put in and floors are laid before the walls are put in; in more modern homes, wiring for cable and other electronic systems is put in at this time as well. Once the wiring is complete, the walls and ceilings are completed. Personal touches like cabinetry, furnishings and other internal d?cor complete the process. Any mistake during these processes is also covered by the home construction warranty.
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