MECHANICAL COVERAGE SUMMARY

Plumbing: Water lines, faucets, water heaters, drain lines, gas lines. Electrical: Main service panel, secondary service panel, and wiring. Appliances: Kitchen Appliances including and limited to oven, range, dishwasher, built-in microwave, trash compactor, and garbage disposal. Heating/Air (HVAC): Furnace, Air Conditioner, and Thermostats.

STRUCTURAL COVERAGE SUMMARY

Poured Concrete & Block wall foundations. Floor joists, bottom & top plates, and wall members. Roof leak repair (does not include replacement of bad shingles), load bearing walls, attached garage doors.

KNOW THAT YOU’RE COVERED 

This service contract is for the repair of leaks to your home’s roof for a period of 5 years following the date of inspection.

This policy covers all residential roof types, including asphalt/composition shingles, slate roofs, metal roofs, tile roofs, and non-commercial flat roof types.

This policy applies only to the home itself, and specifically excludes other structures.

PROTECT YOUR FAMILIES HEALTH

MoldSafe protection is offered for a period of 90 days following the date of the inspection, or 22 days after closing, whichever comes later.

New visible mold-
During the course of your home inspection and in your home inspection report, if there were no visible mold or moisture issues reported, this agreement covers the remediation (removal) of visible mold on surfaces permanently installed in the subject property.

Major Line Protection

During the agreement term, the following components are covered against failure due to normal wear and tear:

Water Line”. The water line is the single lateral water service line from the point of the water utility’s connection to the point of the water meter or main shut off line inside the home. The water line also includes well water lines, excluding those exceeding five feet under the surface level of the yard.


Sewer Line”. The sewer line is the single lateral sewer service line from the point of the home’s exterior wall to the point of connection to the sewer utility’s wastewater collection system or septic tank.

PROTECTED FOR THE LIFETIME OF YOUR APPLIANCES

Since 1974, home owners have been protected from dangerous items in their homes by federal law which prescribed a system whereby if a manufacturer designed a dangerous product, they MUST recall all those items and FIX THEM FOR FREE!

The problem in the law is that most often it’s up to the consumer, to find out whether appliances are potential fire or safety hazards!

There is a database designed and managed by the government, but you would have to wade through 210 MILLION recalled items to find out if a dishwasher or air conditioner is a hazard to your clients family, until now.

RecallChek is the first consumer appliance recall reporting system ever created, and is available to you now.

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