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Not Sure 08-25-2006 07:11 PM

Home warranty insurance???
 
I was just wondering if anyone had any experience with home structure warranty insurance? I am thinking about buying a policy for the home I am building that will be for sell. (Long story as to why I am selling it instead of keeping it. Might still keep house, not positive yet.) I think it would be an excellent selling point. I have only hired licensed subcontractors and their work should be insured by them. I have asked for liability and workmans' comp. insur. certificates. But, I was thinking "just in case" I should buy structure insurance. Is there any insurance out there that will also cover stuff like electrical and plumbing?

AtlanticWBConst. 09-04-2006 10:23 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Quintin (Post 17045)
hello, just an advice if you need insurance quotes for your problem well why dont u try check this site deleted link they have a couple of known companies here and found out good benefits from their services.. Maybe it can help you who needs affordable insurance for your needs..

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First off, it's NOT a PROBLEM he has :no: . As the poster said, he was comtemplating it.

Second, :no: he NEVER said he needed Insurance Quotes.

Third,a Newbi first poster inviting another poster to get insurance quotes. ..
:thumbdown: Sounds definitely like a sales pitch to me....

joasis 09-04-2006 05:30 PM

No spam allowed!

Not Sure 09-04-2006 11:40 PM

No, I didn't need a link to get price quotes...
I've got an offer that I'm considering already on the table. I was just wondering if a structure warranty is something that many builders buy. In New Mexico, the structure of a residential building is the responsibility of the builder for 10 years.

joasis 09-05-2006 06:06 AM

In Oklahoma, generally 1 year..and that is if it goes to court. Most builders are more ethical then that anyway.

IMO, most problems with a new home will occur in the first year...matter of fact, except for driveways cracking, I haven't seen any problems appear after the 1st year that was related to the builder.

Not Sure 09-06-2006 05:50 PM

Found a thread!
 
I found a thread on the Contractor Talk forum where a home warranty is discussed...

Anyone interested can find it at
www.contractortalk.com

Search:
warranty

Currently the thread is on page 4.

The thread was posted by chrisherk and is dated 6-5-06.

The last person to respond to the thread was ApgarNJ on 6-12-06.


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