At Frisina Homes, we know that peace of mind is an important part of customer satisfaction. We do our best to make sure that your new home is free of any defects of deficiencies, and to help you be confident that your home meets or exceeds your expectations, we offer this series of construction performance guidelines. With them you can easily read about all the available warranty options for any issues that might arise with your new home. Simply click on any of the headings below to view the various topics in that section.
Article Number: 7.1
Condition: Fuses blow or circuit breakers trip
Acceptable Performance/Condition: Electrical circuits shall be installed in accordance with the Ontario Electrical Code.
Warranty: Two-Year - Delivery and Distribution Systems - Damage resulting from improper maintenance or additions, deletions or alterations made by the homeowner is excluded from the statutory warranty. - Secondary damage caused by defects, such as property damage or personal injury, is excluded from the statutory warranty.
Action: Electrical circuits not meeting the acceptable performance shall be repaired.
Remarks: Circuit breakers protect electrical wiring from overloading. Frequent tripping of circuit breakers or blown fuses could result from faulty appliances and should be investigated. Some appliances have special power requirements. Care should be taken not to overload or bypass electrical circuits. Personal injury or fire can result. Typical household wiring is installed to accommodate residential electrical loads. Specific requirements should be discussed with the builder prior to installation.