Caring for Your New Home
Marrano has constructed your new home with carefully selected materials and the effort of experienced craftsmen and laborers under the supervision of our field personnel, with the administrative support of our office personnel. Although this group works from detailed plans and specifications, no two homes are exactly alike. Each new home is unique; a home is one of the last hand-built products left in the world. Over time, each behaves differently.
Although quality materials and workmanship have been used in creating your new home, similar to an automobile, it requires care from the first day. Regular homeowner maintenance is essential to providing a quality home for a lifetime.
We are proud of the new homes we build and the neighborhoods in which we build them. We strive to create lasting value. This is best achieved when you, as the homeowner, know and perform appropriate maintenance tasks. Periodic maintenance is necessary because of normal wear and tear, the inherent characteristics of the materials used in your new home, and normal service required by the mechanical systems. Natural fluctuations in temperature and humidity also affect your home, resulting in maintenance items. The natural and manufactured materials, the components interact with each other and the environment.
Providing warranty service for a new home is more complicated than for other products. When you purchased your home, you actually purchased hundreds of items and the work of 35 to 50 independent trade contractors. With so many details and people involved, a planned system is essential.
Our warranty service system is designed based on your findings followed by a phone call to our Customer Care Department for non-emergency items. This provides you with the maximum protection and allows us to operate efficiently, thereby providing faster service to all homeowners.
You are welcome to mail, fax, e-mail, or call in your service request. Our computer system permits Marrano personnel to focus their time producing results for you and following up with the subcontractors doing repairs to your home. Experience has taught us that accuracy and efficiency suffer when we work outside this system and sacrifice careful documentation.