National Warranty manual
B. Insufficient water pressure Water pressure should be adequate to allow for the proper operation of all plumbing fixtures. Water is supplied by outside utility companies. The water provider is responsible for supplying adequate and consistent water pressure to the home. Low water pressure is not a construction defect and is not covered under the Century Communities’ Warranty. CenturyCommunities is requiredby lawto install “water saving” toilets, showers and faucets. These fixtures are designed to reduce water consumption and may also limit water pressure. Homeowners should never adjust pressure reducing valves (PRV’s) as excessive water pressure can damage plumbing fixtures. Insufficient hot water Water heaters are consumer products and are not covered under the Century Communities’ Warranty. If a water heater does not perform to the manufacturer’s specifications during the fit and-finish warranty period, please consult your Customer Relations Team for assistance in contacting the manufacturer or local distributor. The supply of hot water will be influenced by simultaneous demands for hot water (for example: shower, dishwasher and washing machine all operating at the same time). Delivery time for hot water will vary depending on the distance between the plumbing fixture and the water heater. Water pipe makes noise Water pipes can be expected tomake some noise as the result of changes inwater pressure and expansion and contraction caused by changes in water temperature. Water pipes should not produce loud pounding noises, often called “water hammer.” Water pipes that do not meet these standards will be repaired. Plumbing fixture defects Plumbing fixtures should operate per the manufacturer’s specifications. Plumbing fixtures that do not meet this standardwill be repaired. Ordinarywear and tear and damage caused by anyone other than Century Communities is not covered under the Century Communities’ Warranty. Bathtub, shower or sink has surface cracks Bathtubs, showers and sink surfaces should not crack. Cracks which appear after installationwill be repaired by Century Communities. Ordinarywear and tear and damage caused by anyone other than Century Communities is not covered under the Century Communities’ Warranty. Shower base flexes or squeaks Some flexing of tub and shower bases is normal and is not a construction defect and is C. D. E. F. G.
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