Warranty Info
As one of the biggest purchases in your life you need to know that your investment is backed by a rock solid guarantee. Thats where the 2-10 Warranty comes in. It’s the most-used and best-recognized warranty in the home-building business. This one year of workmanship coverage, two years of systems coverage, and ten years of structural defect coverage is approved by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and offers comprehensive coverage on your new home purchase.

Peace of Mind

2-10 Home Buyers Warranty has a network of more than 10,000 pre-approved, licensed and bonded contractors, eliminating the need for you to find, qualify and negotiate prices with contractors. Plus, the contractors bill 2-10 HBW directly. So you don’t have to find a contractor, and better still, you don’t receive a bill from one.

One phone call or a few clicks online takes care of everything. Your claim is immediately dispatched to the highest-rated contractor in the area who can quickly respond to your needs. You don’t even have to call the contractor; they’ll call you to set up the appointment, and then make the repairs at the time most convenient for you. It’s fast and easy, and we do all the work for you.

1-Year Workmanship Surety Coverage

Your 1-Year Workmanship Warranty gives you coverage beginning on the day you close. It protects your home from defects in materials and workmanship for a full year, as defined by the Construction Performance Guidelines in the 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty Booklet. To see more info, view the demo.

2-Year Systems Warranty

Your 2-Year Systems Warranty coverage begins on closing day. It protects your home from defects in the electrical, plumbing and mechanical distribution systems for a full two years, as defined in the Construction Performance Guidelines in your 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty Booklet. To see more info, view the demo.

10-Year Structural Warranty

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 designed load bearing elements caused by failure that affects their load-bearing function to the extent that your home becomes unsafe, unsanitary or otherwise unlivable. To see more info, view the demo.