Home Owners Warranty

Buying Decision Simplified

Buying a new home is one of the largest investments you will ever make, which is why it’s important to ensure your home comes with protection. As a 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty® (2-10 HBW) builder member, Lindbergh Properties provides every home we build with 10 full years of structural home warranty protection from the nation’s leading home warranty company.

Warranty Benefits

With the purchase of your new home, you’ll receive a copy of the structural home warranty contract that explains what is covered as well as a maintenance booklet to give you tips on how to care for your home. In addition, the warranty is fully-transferable, which increases the resale value of your home.

The 2-10 Builders Warranty

Home builders usually provide homeowners with a 10-year, insurance-backed, new construction structural warranty. Approved by the department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), it is the most used and best recognized new home warranty in the home building business. In addition to 10 years of structural defect coverage, many builders also provide the 1-year workmanship and 2-year systems coverage, which combine to give homeowners the most comprehensive protection on their new home purchase.

Systems & Appliances Service Contract

Your Systems & Appliances Service Contract provided by 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty covers unexpected breakdowns of major systems and appliances. It takes effect when other coverage, such as manufacturers' warranties or one-year workmanship coverage expires. Coverage includes repair or replacement - including both parts and labor - of your home systems and appliances most likely to break down due to normal wear and tear.

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The 10-year Structural Warranty provided by 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty provides 10 years of structural defect coverage beginning on the earlier of the day you move in or close.  A structural defect is defined as physical damage to your home's designated load-bearing elements caused by failure that effects their load-bearing function to the extent that your home becomes unsafe, unsanitary or otherwise unlivable.