Have you been living in your newly built home for just shy of two years? Or wondering what type of warranty you have remaining after your house build? Well, you’re still covered by the two year minor defects warranty (from settlement date).
To your benefit, don’t ignore this opportunity to contact your Eden Brae Homes Maintenance Supervisor before you surpass the two-year mark. Add this to your Google calendar or a phone reminder entry to ensure you make contact at least 22-months from your original settlement date. Take note, Eden Brae Homes do not remind you of this – it’s up to you to contact them.
This warranty covers you for the following:
- Cracking that opens at least 1mm wide
- Bowing doors
- Damaged tiles
- And any other minor defects
To make it simple for your Maintenance Supervisor, grab yourself an old credit card and take a weekend to look over all the nooks and crannies of your home and take photos. You’ve paid quite a lot of money for your home, so if you want to make use of fixing anything outstanding under the existing warranty available with your builder, now is the time.
Anything smaller, is considered within tolerance and will not be fixed. Having lived in this home now for the last two years, you will learn that cracks appear – it’s all part of the building process. So don’t be alarmed. If there are major issues which concern you, don’t hesitate to contact your Maintenance Supervisor at anytime during the initial two years of your warranty period.
For us, 75 defective items later, we’ve just lodged our review with supporting photos outlining items we would like reviewed and repaired. This does not come at a cost to us and if required, Eden Brae Homes will schedule an inspection to review these defects in detail.
The majority of our defects included:
- Settlement cracks in joins around the window, grout lines, skirting and cornices
- A handful of settlement cracks in the walls and around the eaves
- We also had two creaking issues under our carpeted staircase and in an upstairs area of our bedroom floor