Exceptional Warranty and Service

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In addition to unique design, energy cost and savings, comfort and indoor air quality, low maintenance, new technology, safety and a few other things, a brand new warranty is one of the of the top reasons home buyers prefer new to existing homes. We provide a warranty that not only exceeds state law, it is one of the best in the business, and we back it up with exceptional warranty service and support.

WarrantyWhat does the warranty cover?

Our two-year warranty covers: lot grading and drainage, foundations and slabs, exterior concrete flatwork, framing, wall ceiling and beam tolerances, sub flooring and stairs, drywall tolerances and imperfections (such as blisters, cracks, seam lines), insulation, exterior siding and trim, masonry, stucco, roofs (including flashing, vents, louvers, gutters/downspouts, shingles/tiles, etc.), doors and windows, carpet, finished concrete flooring, wood flooring, hard surfaces (including ceramic tile, flagstone, marble, granite, etc.), painting, staining, wall coverings, plumbing fixtures and accessories, pipes and vents, heating and cooling, ductwork, electrical fixtures (including smoke and CO2 detectors), interior trim, closet shelving, mirrors, glass shower doors, hardware and ironwork, fireplaces, irrigation systems, fencing, pest control, electrical delivery systems, electrical wiring/panel/breakers/fuses, electrical outlets and GFI, wiring and outlets (for cable TV, telephones, Ethernet, etc.), plumbing delivery systems, wastewater treatment system, HVAC delivery systems, refrigerant line, heating and cooling functions.

In addition, we provide a 10-year warranty on structural components such as footings and foundations, beams, headers, girders, lintels, columns, load-bearing walls, partitions, roof framing systems, ceiling framing, floor systems and masonry arches.

At Jenkins we build a great home, and then we protect it with an exceptional warranty to ensure your total satisfaction. After all, one of the best parts about building a new home is that you don’t inherit someone else’s old-home issues. All of your issues will be around learning how to use all the fancy equipment on your new home. 🙂

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