Lightning, wind damage, flooding, and other natural disasters that result in damage to your home should be reported to your insurance company.
It is a good practice as a homeowner to re-caulk and seal interior and exterior areas of your home regularly exposed to water every one to two years.
Please refer to your specific appliance warranty information for any issues not related to faulty installation.
Some wear & tear and fading on painted or stained surfaces over time is completely normal. Please keep some leftover paint stored for touch ups.
It is common to hear noise when walking on the second story of a multi-level home, especially on hardwood or tile floors. Do your best to keep temperatures and humidity levels steady in the home to avoid expansion and contraction of the flooring materials.
Humidity is drawn to the coolest surfaces, like the windows of your home. Condensation seen on windows or window frames relates to the humidity of your home, rather than improper window installation.
As sheetrock or drywall settles in a new home, hairline cracks may form in the wall or ceiling, especially at the top corners of windows and doors. This is common with the application of drywall.
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