When you purchase a new home, you want to know that everything is exactly the way you want it, that every detail is perfect, and that your home will stand the test of time. And you want the peace of mind that if anything should go wrong, you can get repairs completed quickly and economically.
That’s why the home warranty is so important. Understanding what’s covered and how to get help is a critical part of your move-in process.
Goodall Homes are built to last, and we hope you’ll never have to use your warranty. But we stand behind what we build, and we will make it right in the rare case that there is a problem with your new home. As your preparing to move into your new home, take a few moments to familiarize yourself with the provisions of your home warranty and then keep your paperwork in a safe place so you can find it when you need it.
There are three different home warranty periods included with your home warranty. Let’s take a look at what’s covered in each period.
During the first year of your home warranty, you’re covered for any defects in materials and workmanship throughout your home. Be sure to read your warranty booklet carefully to understand exactly what is covered during this warranty period.
In year two, your warranty covers defects in workmanship for plumbing, electrical work, and HVAC in your home. Once again, take a close look at your warranty booklet for detailed information about this warranty,
Starting at year three and extending through year ten, your home warranty will be serviced through Residential Warranty Company. This coverage period provides you with a limited warranty on the major structural components of your home.
All three warranties are transferable if they are in effect when you sell your home.
As you can see, the home warranty that comes with your new Goodall home provides you with excellent coverage for a full ten years after you move in. That gives you the confidence you need to relax and enjoy your new home and the wonderful community that surrounds it!You can find more information about what is covered in your home warranty on this webpage. And if you ever need to make a warranty claim, you can start the process on this page.