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  • Your New Home Warranty - The Second Year

    Congratulations on crossing the one year mark in your new home. Maintaining your house protects your investment and your warranty. Find out what your year two warranty covers.

  • Your New Home Warranty - Years 3-7

    As you experience years 3-7 in your new home, remember your home is still under warranty. It is important to understand what is covered so you can enjoy your new home with complete peace of mind.

  • Radon and Your New Home Warranty

    High concentrations of radon in a home may pose health risks to you and your family. The new home warranty in Ontario provides seven years of coverage for radon levels that are above the Health Canada guideline.

  • Your New Home Warranty - The First Year

    When you move into a new home, you can have peace of mind because the new home warranty is supported by Tarion for up to seven years. In this video, find out what is covered during the first year and how you can easily make a warranty claim.

  • Contract Homes - If Problems Arise

    If you hired a builder for a new home and things are starting to go wrong, here's what to do.

  • I Am Tarion

    For over 40 years, our job has been to make sure your new home's warranty is there for YOU.

  • 2016 Annual Public Meeting

    On May 31, 2016, Tarion held its first virtual Annual Public Meeting by webcast, in an effort to increase accessibility to a greater number of people across Ontario.

  • What is a Major Structural Defect

    Your new home comes with a seven year warranty against major structural defects. This video looks at the kinds of situations that may be considered major structural defects, those that are not, and what you should do if you think your home might have a major structural defect.

  • Nail Pops and Your New Home Warranty

    Nail pops can happen in newly built homes. This video answers the basic questions you might have about nail pops, including What are they? What causes them? Does the new home warranty cover them? and How can I fix them?

  

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