We are very proud of our homebuilding reputation and believe you will see this pride in everything we do. Throughout every step of the home buying process, SeaGate Homes is dedicated to maintaining the highest quality standards. It is this commitment that has earned us the respect of our peers and, more importantly, our many satisfied homeowners.
Backed by an industry leading 15-year warranty (which adds 5 additional years to what is shown below), you can rest assured that your new SeaGate Home will be protected for the long haul and with over 50 plans available, your only concern will be choosing which one is right for you!
Warranty & Maintenance Information
Quality is important, especially in a new home. Our Workmanship Warranty sets the standards for fit, finish and materials used in the construction of a new home. Fit refers to how well the parts of the finished product come together and finish refers to the completeness of the work. This warranty covers items such as cabinets, roof covering, countertops, door panels, exterior siding, hardwood floors, ceramic tile, drywall, interior trim, carpet, and paint during the first year.
You will rarely see behind the walls of your new home, but essential functions such as electrical, plumbing and mechanical systems are working behind the walls. Your distribution systems warranty establishes the standards for your home's electrical, plumbing, and mechanical systems. The wiring, piping, and ductwork of your new home are addressed under this warranty.
While your home was carefully constructed and inspected, occasionally unforeseen problems arise, even in the best-built homes. Our industry-leading 15-year Structural Warranty addresses the designated load-bearing elements of the home such as roof framing systems, load-bearing walls and partitions, beams, columns, footings and foundation systems, floor framing, girders, lintels and masonry arches. This warranty also addresses structural defects such as those caused by soil movement. A structural defect is actual physical damage to designated load-bearing elements that affect their function in such a way that the home becomes unsafe, unsanitary, or otherwise unlivable.