National Warranty manual
H. Seams visible in carpeting Seams in carpeting will be visible. This is not a construction defect and is not covered under the Century Communities’ Warranty. Gaps between carpet backing at seams should not be visible. Carpet that does not meet this standard will be repaired. Hardwood finish Hardwood flooring should be uniformly covered with finish. Imperfections in hardwood finishes should not be visible from six feet when viewed at a 90-degree angle under normal lighting conditions. Hardwood flooring that does notmeet these standards will be repaired or replaced. TIP: Homeowners should only use cleaning products recommended by the manufacturer. To prevent damage, homeowners should avoidwalking on hardwood floorswithspikedheel shoesor sliding furniture and other heavy items over thefloor. Cupping or crowning in hardwood floors boards will not exceed 1/16” in height in a 3” max. span measured perpendicular to the long axis of the board. Cupping or crowning appearing after installation may result from fluctuations in the moisture conditions of the house, causing a noticeable curvature in the face of the floor boards. Cupping and crowning caused by exposure to moisture beyond the builder’s control is not the responsibility of the builder to correct. Hardwood boards that do notmeet these standardswill be repairedor replaced. Hardwood floor boards have gaps Fluctuations in temperature and humidity will result in some gaps between floor boards. This is a normal occurrence and is not considered a construction defect and is not covered under the Century Communities’ Warranty. Tile, brick, marble or stone cracked or loose Tile, brick, marble and stone pieces should not be broken or loose. Tile, marble or stone that does not meet this standard will be repaired or replaced. Variations incolor, patternandtexturearenormal in tile,brickmarbleandstone.These variations are not considered construction defects and are not covered under the Century Communities’ Warranty. Ordinarywear and tear and damage caused by anyone other than Century Communities is not covered under the Century Communities’ Warranty. Grout or mortar is cracked Cracks in grout should not exceed 1/16th of an inch. Grout that does not meet this standard will be repaired. After grout or mortar has cured, and color variation that is readily visible from a standing position facing the surface at a distance of 6 feet under I. J. Hardwood floor is cupped, crowned, lipped, buckled or splintered K. L. M.
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