A structural warranty provides a legally binding, written agreement between the home builder and the homeowner. It contractually defines the builder’s work-product obligations related to construction quality and continuing obligations.  Under these kinds of agreements, the builder stands as insured and the homeowner is the prospective beneficiary.  Also worthy of note, realize that warranty insurance is different from liability insurance. In a typical structural warranty agreement, the builder guarantees his structure will stand without defect for at least 10 years.

AcuSystem Inspectors understand the language and the fine print of these warranties.  Let us go over your situation and circumstances.  Whether your scenario is in a preventative stage or you have issues that could lead to legal action, our team of experts will help you navigate these often-tricky waters.

Preventative Action

Electing the service of a Warranty Investigation while still under construction can help confirm your project is completed with the highest degree of integrity. Through our third-party inspections, you can validate your contractual agreements by showing all workmanship is up to industry standards and local code ordinances. It is important to keep these documents in a secure location should questions or doubts ever arise about the structure’s design or construction.

Post-Build Legal Action

Should a complaint be made, or a claim filed against your structural warranty after the completion of the build, even several years later, it is important to act fast. In these situations, you should certainly bring in outside opinions from seasoned pros.  Our Warranty Investigations bring the same passion and dedication to providing solutions when structural integrity is at question.