What is your peace of mind worth? About new home warranties.

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New Homes in Missouri: New Home Warranty

Imagine waking up and discovering huge cracks and separations in your home’s drywall.  You go down into the basement and see more huge cracks in the basement walls. An expert comes in and tells you that you are experiencing major foundation failure and major foundation repairs are required to stabilize your home. At the time your home was built there was no such thing as new home inspections or warranties. You have no where to turn.

Our new homes go through a series of inspections by qualified trained inspectors. When you close on your home it will be under a warranty that last for 10 years on certain items. The diagrams below show what items are covered under your new home warranty:


Year 1 is your Builder Workmanship Warranty

Year 1-2 covers systems:

Years 1-10 covers structural:

New homes and their warranties give you peace of mind!

To learn more about warranty go to http://www.cmshomesllc.com/warranty

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CMS offers 8 communities in and around Lincoln County & St. Charles County Missouri. Prices start at $109,900 and go up to the $300’s. Contact us at 636-462-3500 or [email protected]

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