Esperanza Homes builds outstanding quality into each and every home it builds. Because of this attention to detail, Esperanza Homes can offer each new homeowner industry-leading warranties. As you move into your new home, Esperanza Homes provides you with information concerning your 1-Year Builder Limited Warranty, 2-Year Mechanical Warranty, and 10-Year Structural Warranty, your paint and finish selections, and all warranty contact numbers.
Before any concrete is poured, third-party geotechnical engineers perform tests on soil conditions. Registered professional engineers then use these tests to design the appropriate foundation for your lot. We provide on-site quality inspections to verify the foundation is installed correctly and we randomly test the compressive strength of the concrete.
Esperanza Homes believes in service after the sale, as well. We will schedule an inspection of your home for approximately 30 days after your closing to allow you to “move in” and thoroughly examine all features, noting areas that need attention. Our expert customer service staff will make sure your home meets your and our “high expectations.” We will then schedule an 11-month follow up call to make sure you continue to be happy with your new home built by Esperanza Homes.
Registered professional engineers are also utilized by Esperanza Homes to make sure all our homes meet structural and wind requirements of the International Residential Code. Because building “green” and providing energy efficiency are hallmarks of our homebuilding company, we provide comprehensive testing and inspections of all installations of heating and air conditioning equipment and ductwork.
Esperanza Homes also provides a structural 10-Year warranty. This coverage is for “major structural defects” such as actual physical damage to load-bearing portions of the home. Subject to the limits provided in the warranty, you will receive either 1) repair or replacement of a covered major structural defect or 2) payment for the reasonable actual cost of the repair or replacement. You may learn more by visiting your homeowners guide.