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What is the TARION Warranty?

Buying a new build has its perks! Your new home comes with a 7-year Tarion Warranty.

Tarion is a private corporation that regulates all new home builders and protects the rights of new home buyers. They administer the Ontario new home Warranties Plan Act, which sets out the warranty protection that new homeowners are entitled to in Ontario. After you move in, there are specific statutory warranties: the 30-day, 1-year, 2 year and 7-year warranty, covering major defects. These warranties begin the day you take occupancy.

Each Warranty milestone must be submitted through Tarion.

To submit a Tarion warranty form, please click here.

To set up your “MyHome” account on the Tarion website to submit claims and manage your new home warranty, please click here.

If you have already submitted a warranty request form, please email [email protected] and a member of the Ironstone Service Team will contact you shortly.

For more in-depth information on Tarion, view the following resources:

Outline of Your Warranty


In addition to deposit protection and delayed closing compensation, homeowners may be entitled to the following: One Year Warranty, Two Year Warranty, Seven Year Warranty
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Your Role, Your Builder's Role, And Tarion's Role

Your Role, Your Builder's Role, And Tarion's Role

As an owner, you have certain responsibilities under the new home warranty in addition to those of your builder and Tarion. The main responsibilities for each party are available at the link below.
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Items/Deficiencies Not Covered

Items/Deficiencies Not Covered

The link below will direct you to a list of items/deficiencies not covered by the Tarion Warranty.
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How to Register for MyHome

MyHome for Homeowners

Whether you own a newly built freehold home or a condominium unit, MyHome will help you stay on top of your warranty.
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Warranty Exceptions

Exceptions in Case of Emergency

Certain severe conditions constitute an emergency situation. An emergency is defined as any warrantable deficiency within the control of the builder that, if not attended to immediately, would likely result in imminent and substantial damage to the home, or would likely represent an imminent and substantial risk to the health and safety of its occupants.
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Frequently Asked Questions


Here are the most frequently asked questions by existing homeowners
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