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When Things Go Wrong – Some Home Warranty Terms You Need To Know

Tarion Building Confidence
Publication date:
May 24, 2018
Article Summary: 

This blog post from Tarion provides information on some of the key terms and conditions in a new home warranty. The post explains that a new home warranty provides coverage for certain defects and issues that arise after a home is built, and that homeowners should be aware of the specific terms and conditions of their warranty. The post covers terms such as "major structural defect," "envelope," "building code," "normal wear and tear," and "maintenance," and explains what each term means and how it applies to the warranty. The post also provides information on what homeowners can do if they experience an issue covered by their warranty, including contacting the builder and filing a warranty claim with Tarion. Overall, the post aims to educate homeowners on their rights and responsibilities under a new home warranty, and to help them navigate the process if they need to make a claim.


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Source Citation: 
Tarion Building Confidence
When Things Go Wrong – Some Home Warranty Terms You Need To Know
May 24, 2018
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