What to Know About Structural Warranties


Watch this short video to find out what you need to know about structural warranties, from why they’re important to what makes the 2-10 Home Buyer’s Warranty the industry leader in protecting homes around the country.

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What’s Covered by the 2-10 Home Buyer’s Warranty



Structural warranties provide performance guidelines and warranty coverage for workmanship, distribution systems, and load-bearing structural components on a given house. To put it simply, structural warranties are valuable risk management tools for everyone involved in the buying process, from the builder to the homeowner. Curious about how the 2-10 Home Buyer’s Warranty? Use this interactive house tool to easily see what’s covered by the plan.


How the 2-10 Home Buyer’s Limited Warranty Works

Princeton Classic Homes provides an insurance-backed structural warranty from 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty (2-10 HBW), the industry's leading structural warranty provider, on every home we build. The reason we provide this additional protection is simple. You deserve peace of mind. Princeton Classic Homes cares about the quality of the homes we build, and an insurance-backed third-party structural warranty from 2-10 HBW confirms our commitment to protecting you, your home and your budget. With the industry’s leading structural warranty backing you up, you can rest assured you made the right decision buying a new home from us.

What's Covered? *

  • 10 full years of structural-defect coverage for load-bearing components
  • 2 full years of distribution systems surety coverage against defects in wiring for your electrical system, piping for your plumbing and ductwork for your mechanical system
  • 1 full year of surety coverage against defects in workmanship and materials

We can't wait to build and protect your dream home!

*Please take the time to read and understand your structural warranty Service Agreement. Call us at 800-488-8844 with questions about any part of the warranty you don't understand.

Want to submit a warranty request? Use this link: SUBMIT A WARRANTY REQUEST