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Warranty Coverages

For home improvement work involving major structural changes or additions to a residential building, the Remodelor warrants to the Owners


For a one year period, the Home improvement shall be free from defects caused by faulty workmanship and defective materials due to non-compliance with building standards; and,


For a ten year period, the home improvement shall be free from major construction defects.

For home improvement work involving installation of plumbing, electrical, heating or cooling systems, the Remodelor warrants to the Owner that, for a two year period, the home Improvement shall be free from defects, caused by faulty installation of the system or systems.

For any other home improvement work not covered by paragraphs 1 and 2 above, the Remodelor warrants to the Owner that, for one year period, the home improvement shall be free from defects caused by faulty installation of the system or systems.

The warranty periods commence upon completion of the home improvement. The warranty period shall not be renewed or extended if the Remodelor performs correction work required by the Warranty.


Transferability

These warranties are extended to the current owner of the home and are automatically transferred to the new owner when the current owner sells the home.


Waiver and Modification

These warranties can not be waived or modified by contract or otherwise, by either party. Any agreement which attempts to waive or modify the warranty shall be void.


Remedies

Upon breach of any home improvement warranty, the Owner shall have a cause of action against the Remodelor for damages arising out of the breach, or for specific performance. Damages shall be limited to the amount necessary to remedy the defect, or breach.



Qualifying Measures
These are the most common measures eligible:
Insulation - Installing the appropriate amount of insulation in your attic, walls and floors not only helps reduce your cooling and heating costs but also makes your home more comfortable.
Duct sealing - Properly sealing your air conditioning ducts will reduce the amount of cooling and heating required to keep your home comfortable. This saves energy and lowers cooling and heating costs. Service Providers must test for air leakage before and after performing the duct sealing measures.
Caulking and Weather-Stripping - Caulking around windows and other openings and weather-stripping doors in your home can significantly reduce air leakage, which reduces cooling and heating costs. Service Providers must test for air leakage before and after performing the air sealing measures.


Additional Qualifying Measures
The following measures may also be offered by the Service Provider based on your home's needs and their capabilities:
Replacement of air conditioning units; equipment must be a new matched indoor/outdoor system with ARI (American Refrigeration Institute) energy efficiency rating of 16 SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) or higher
Replacement of heat pumps; equipment must be a new matched indoor/outdoor system with ARI energy efficiency rating of 16 SEER and a HSPF (Heating Seasonal Performance Factor) of 8.2
Replacement of electric water heaters
Installation of ENERGY STAR windows, refrigerators, dishwashers and clothes washers
Reduction of infiltration in a single family home, multifamily home or small business
Installation of renewable energy sources such as solar panels.

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