The 2120 sqft gorgeous Brooks ll layout offers a functional entrance with a built-in bench, closet space and access to the spacious mudroom. The beautiful kitchen offers designer cabinetry, quartz/granite countertops, a walk-thru pantry, built-in appliances, and an eat-up island that opens to the spacious dining area with access to the 12 x 10 deck with included gas line. The great room features a beautiful fireplace and bright large windows. Looking into the den across from the kitchen offers multipurpose opportunities with its double doors and large windows. Upstairs boasts a generous bonus room, walk-in laundry, two full bedrooms, a main bath, and a beautiful master suite. The master ensuite bathroom includes separate his and her sinks with corner Jacuzzi tub, and a walk-in shower with tiles to the ceiling. With over 2100 sqft of functional living space, this home offers value and quality craftsmanship throughout. This home is completed with a double car garage, separate entrance to the unfinished basement and included landscaping.
- 3 bedrooms
- 2.5 bathrooms
- walk-in closet
- open to below
- den on the main floor
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|Number Of Floors:||2|
|Total Finished Area:||2120 sq ft (197 m2)|
|Full Ensuite Bathrooms:||1|
|Amenities:||Laundry – Insuite|
|Parking:||Double Garage Attached|
THE ALBERTA NEW HOME WARRANTY PROGRAM
Buying a Klair home gives you a peace of mind knowing that your home is covered under the industry-leading warranty program in Alberta i.e. The Alberta New Homes Warranty Program. Below is the detailed information about the New Buyer Protection Act.
Alberta’s New Home Buyer Protection Act stipulates that all new homes must include warranty coverage of one year for labour and materials, two years for delivery, and distribution systems, five years for building envelope protection and 10 years for major structural components.
The following are more detailed explanations of these coverages as well as warranty coverage limits and commencement dates.
1 YEAR LABOUR & MATERIALS
Mandatory warranty includes one year’s coverage for defects in materials and labour. This addresses issues with the way your home was built or the materials it was built with. It includes such items as flooring, trim and fixtures.
For a single-family home, a multi-family unit or multi-family common property, this coverage applies for one year starting on the warranty commencement date (see below).
2 YEAR DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
New home warranty must cover defects in labour and materials related to heating, electrical and plumbing systems for two years from the warranty commencement date. This applies to single-family homes, multi-family units and warrantable multi-family common property.
5 YEAR BUILDING ENVELOPE
Homebuilders in Alberta must provide five years’ coverage for defects in the building envelope, which the New Home Buyer Protection Act defines as the system of components that separate the controlled interior air from the exterior (for example, the wall framing and cladding, roof and window installation).
This coverage spans five years from the warranty commencement date for a single-family home or multi-family common property.
Warranty providers must offer an optional two-year extension on building envelope coverage for a total of seven years’ coverage.
10 YEAR STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY
The mandatory warranty covers the key structural components (for example, the frame and foundation) of single-family homes and multi-family dwellings for 10 years from the warranty commencement date. Coverage applies to defects in material and labour that result in the failure of a load-bearing part of the new home or cause structural damage that materially and adversely affects the owners’ ability to use and safely occupy the home.
If a new home is uninhabitable as a result of a defect or while warranty work is underway, the Program will pay up to $150 a day (to a maximum of $15,000) for reasonable living expenses incurred by the insured.
WARRANTY COVERAGE LIMITS
For a single-family home: The lesser of the purchase price (excluding land) and $265,000.
For a multi-family unit registered under a condominium plan: the lesser of the purchase price and $130,000.
For warrantable common property in a multi-family building or for the property for which a condominium corporation is responsible under its bylaws: $130,000 times the number of single units in the building to a maximum of $3,300,000 per building.
For a non-condominium multi-family unit (for example, a duplex unit or row townhome with no warrantable common property): the lesser of the purchase price and $265,000.
To allow our Builder Members to customize their warranty offerings and give their customers even greater peace of mind, the Program offers several optional warranty products that go beyond the mandatory “1-2-5-10” coverages.