Renewal Warranty Program
- After a (1) year period has elapsed, any foundation adjustments will
be corrected at labor cost and or material cost ONLY. This warranty
program applies only to the affected areas that were repaired by the
installation of the concrete piers or steel piers, which ever is
- OWNER’S RESPONSIBILITY Proper maintenance is essential to insure
the stability of your foundation. It is the owner’s responsibility to
properly care for the property as outlined in the maintenance
procedures on page 5.
- WHAT IS NOT COVERED:
- Damage or settlement caused by lack of proper maintenance.
- Structural or cosmetic damage to other areas of the structure caused by subsequent foundation settlement, such as but not limited to, drywall, wall covering, paint, floor coverings, glass, plumbing, electrical, etc.
- Damage or settlement in areas not repaired by Denton Foundation.
- Damage resulting from upheaval. Upheaval means that a segment or segments of the foundation rise above the original as built grade.
- Damage or settlement caused by the elements (tornado, Flood, etc.), fire, acts of God, or any cause beyond reasonable control.
- Damage or settlement caused by the work of any party who alters our work.
- Damage or movement caused by broken water pipes.
- This warranty may be transferred to a new owner subject to an
inspection of the property by Denton Foundation Repair Company, Inc.
If in the sole discretion of Denton Foundation the property has been
properly maintained, a warranty will be issued to the new owner upon
receipt of a $150.00 transfer fee.
- This contract is subject to Chapter 27, Property code. The provision
of that chapter may affect your right to recover damages arising from
the performance of this contract. If you have a complaint concerning a
construction defect arising from the performance of this contract and
that defect has not been corrected through normal warranty service,
you must provide notice regarding the defect to the contractor by
certified mail, return receipt requested, no later than the 60th day
before the date you file suit to recover damages in a court of law. The
notice must refer to Chapter 27, Property Code, and must describe the
construction defect. If requested by the contractor, you must provide
the contractor an opportunity to inspect and cure the defect as
provided by Section 27.004, Property Code.