National Warranty manual
C E N T U R Y C OMM U N I T I E S H OM E OWN E R M A N UA L
TIP: We urge you to read and become familiar with the Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions of your community. You were provided with these documents at the time you signed your contract and/or the closing of your home. If you have any questions regarding the Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions, please contact your POA.
RAI L INGS ( INTERIOR)
Homeowner Use and Maintenance Guidelines Stained or wrought iron railings in your home require little maintenance beyond occasional dusting or polishing. Protect railings from sharp objects or moisture. Cover them during move-in so large pieces of furniture do not cause dents or scratches. Stained railings will show variation in the way the wood grain took the stain. Some designs show joints where pieces of wood came together to form the railing. Century Communities Limited Warranty Guidelines During the orientation, we will confirm that all railings are in good condition. Century Communities installs railings in positions and locations to comply with applicable building codes. Railings should remain securely attached with normal use. Homeowner Use and Maintenance Guidelines Although resilient floors are designed for minimum care, they do have maintenance needs. Follow any manufacturer’s specific recommendations for care and cleaning. Some resilient floors require regular application of a specific floor finish. Limit Water Wipe up spills and vacuum crumbs instead of washing resilient floors frequently with water. Limit mopping or washing with water; excessive amounts of water on resilient floors can penetrate seams and get under edges, causing the material to lift and curl. Moving Furniture Moving appliances across resilient floor covering can result in tears and wrinkles. Install coasters on furniture legs to prevent permanent damage. If you damage the resilient floor, you can have it successfully patched by professionals. If any remnants remain when installation of your floor covering is complete, we leave them to assist with such repairs. No-Wax Flooring The resilient flooring installed in your home is the no-wax type. No-wax means a clear, tough coating that provides both a shiny appearance and a durable surface. However, even this surface will scuff or mark. Follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for maintaining the finish. RESI L IENT FLOORING
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