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Written By Erin EasleyPublished 03/27/20
Buying a new home is a life-changing experience but also a difficult one. With such a substantial investment on your mind, it can be easy to forget the small details. For example, how should you layout your new living room? What unique decorations should you get?
Here’s a question that you should think about. How can you protect your new home’s appliances and systems? If a breakdown does occur, could you contact a suitable contractor on such short notice, and do you want to pay the costs out of your pocket? The solution is a builders’ home warranty, which is available to brand new homes.
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What does a builder’s warranty cover? As mentioned, your appliances and home systems will be safe under a builder’s warranty contract. Air conditioning, washing machines, and stovetops are some examples.
For a modest regular fee, the contractor vendor will dispatch a prescreened contractor and cover the costs of any repairs or replacements. It’s a great way to ensure peace of mind that you won’t lose access to central heating in the middle of a frigid winter.
Don’t assume that new houses aren’t susceptible to unexpected issues. Building companies may cut corners, make construction mistakes, or use lower quality products. And many homeowners don’t want a broken dishwasher to ruin the experience of a new place to live.
Prevent future frustration by investing in a builders’ warranty. This type of contract differs from homeowners’ insurance, which mainly covers significant disasters like tornadoes or flooding. It also differs from manufacturer’s warranties that cover individual appliances for short periods of time.
Unlike these plans, a new construction home warranty protects you from any initial issues that occur soon after construction completes. Wear and tear damages are generally also candidates for coverage, unlike the other options mentioned above.
When a construction company first finishes a house, it will send an inspection team over to check for immediate issues. Remember to keep any paperwork you receive as records.
Any problems this initial inspection fails to account for will be liable for warranty coverage, so prepare to present the records when the time comes.
Many home warranty vendors offer customizable coverage so that customers can choose the appliances or systems to protect. Decide what essential items in your home deserve coverage by analyzing how useful they are to your family, the average lifespan of the item, and the expected cost of repairs.
This price flexibility means that builders’ warranties can cost as low as a dollar a day for base coverage. No matter your choice, the price will always be less than paying out of pocket for immediate repairs, which include diagnostic fees, hourly rates, and the cost of replacement components.
If a home warranty when buying a home sounds like a good idea to you, get in touch with Liberty Home Guard, North America’s leading supplier of reliable home warranties, at (866) 699-4589. Get a quote today and find out why so many of our clients on TrustPilot, SiteJabber, and ResellerRatings love us so much.
Our plans range from appliance coverage to home system protection to any combination of both. We have lightning-fast 24/7 support teams ready to take any questions you have. During a claim, we will provide live updates on repair status. And the security of your personal information won’t be left out as we encrypt all our consumer data.
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