National Warranty manual

S E C T I O N 4 — C A R I N G F O R YO U R H OM E

We do not accept keys, nor will we permit our trade partners to accept your key and work in your home without an adult present. While we recognize that this means processing warranty service items may, at times, take longer to address and complete, your peace of mind and security is our first concern. Exterior Items Exterior items can typically be inspected and repaired without an adult present, provided access is available (for instance, no locked gate). However, we will contact you prior to any visit and let you know when we will have someone on your property. Let us know if you prefer to meet with us and discuss the item(s), and we will schedule an appointment with you. Pets Century Communities understands that pets are members of your households. To prevent the possibility of an animal getting injured, scared by a noise, or giving in to its natural curiosity about tools and materials used for repairs, we ask that you restrict all animals to a comfortable location during any warranty visit, whether for inspection or warranty work. This policy is also for the protection of our employees and other personnel. Your Personal Items In all work that we perform for our homeowners, we are concerned that their personal items are protected. When warranty work is needed in your home, we ask that you remove fragile, electronic or other items that might make performing the repair difficult. Century Communities and trade personnel will reschedule the repair appointment rather than risk damaging your belongings. Protection of Work Area We expect all personnel who work in your home to arrive with appropriate materials to cover the work area, protecting it from damage and helping catch the dust from the repair work. Similarly, all personnel should clean up the work area, removing materials utilized during repair. Repair personnel will routinely check the work area for any existing damage to surfaces. They will document any scratches, chips or other cosmetic damage prior to beginning repairs to avoid any later disagreement about how and when such damage occurred. Signatures on a Service Request Form Signing a service request acknowledges that a technician worked in your home on the date shown and with regard to the items listed. It does not negate any of your rights under the warranty nor does it release us from any confirmed warranty obligation. If you prefer not to sign the work order, the technician will note that, sign the work order and return it to us for our records.

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