COCLT Homeowners Portal
LIMITED WARRANTY INFO
Home warranties may vary based on the developer/builder. Warranty information is provided at closing detailing the types of warranties that come with a home, as well as their warranty periods. Below is general information about the warranties that are included with the purchase of your home. Do not contact the builder for warranty related items.
Each new construction COCLT home comes with a builder limited home warranty that covers eligible workmanship and materials identified in the homeownership binder. Additionally, the warranty will include defects in the wiring, piping and ductwork in the electrical, plumbing, heating, cooling, ventilating and mechanical systems. Warranted components of a home that do not meet established performance standards during the warranty period will be repaired or replaced.
Please contact the listed contractors in your homeownership binder immediately if you have an emergency situation, as identified in the homeownership binder, related to plumbing, electrical, heating and cooling, or your garage door during the warranty period.
After closing, it is imperative that you register all products within your home for the manufacturer warranty in a timely manner to secure the additional warranties, if offered.
From Day 1, keep a running list of the items covered under the builder limited home warranty that need to be addressed. A few months prior to the end of your warranty period, review and submit your list using the Builder Limited Warranty Service Request form. A COCLT team member will contact you to discuss your list and start the process of determining which items are eligible to be covered under the builder limited home warranty. An appointment will be scheduled to remedy the eligible warranty items.
MAINTAINING YOUR HOME
You have put in a lot of work to get to this point and it has paid off. Now, the fun part begins: making your home truly your own space. Below is information on maintenance, safety precautions, cleaning, warranties, and general tips to ease the transition into COCLT homeownership.
Your new COCLT home was designed to be durable, energy efficient and comfortable; however, all homes age over time so taking a proactive approach to maintenance is recommended. It is important to do regular home maintenance for a variety of reasons: a well-maintained home is simply more comfortable to live in for a homeowner; regular care minimizes unexpected repair work and keeps costs from becoming larger; and lastly, a well-kept home maintains the property value. It is best to perform maintenance on your home as soon as you notice the issue. This helps to prevent further damage from occurring and can help keep repair costs down. It is a good idea to inspect your home and yard once every six months to identify any items needing work.