A Year-End Form may be submitted to Tarion during the last 30 days of the first year of possession. You should list on the form any outstanding warranty items. Tarion will only accept the first Year-End Form that is submitted. If you do not submit a Year-End Form before the submission deadline, you may put any outstanding warranty items that are covered under the two year warranty on a Second-Year Form. To see what is covered under the two year warranty, click here.
A Second-Year Form may be submitted to Tarion at any time during the second year of possession. You should list on the form any items that are covered under the two year warranty or the major structural defect warranty. More than one Second-Year Form may be submitted.
A Major Structural Defect Form may be submitted to Tarion at any time after the second year of possession but no later than seven years from the date of possession. You should list on the form any items that are covered under the seven year major structural defect warranty. More than one Major Structural Defect Form may be submitted.
Submitting a Statutory Warranty Form
The simplest and most convenient way to submit a statutory warranty form to Tarion is online through the homeowner portal called MyHome. Please click here to sign up or log in to MyHome. This video provides a helpful overview of MyHome. You’ll learn how to register for MyHome, see what a MyHome account looks like and learn how to create and submit a statutory warranty form online. MyHome users receive email alerts about deadlines and convenient online correspondence about their claims.
You may also submit a statutory warranty form to Tarion by bringing it in person to any of our offices (you can find them listed here), or by sending it by courier or mail to:
5160 Yonge Street
If you would like to use a paper statutory warranty form, please call us at 1-877-982-7466 to obtain one.
If you submit a statutory warranty form by regular or registered mail, submission is effective on the postmark date and must be received by us on or before 10 days after the submission expiry date for that particular form. If a form is sent by registered mail and the postmark is missing or illegible, the date on the receipt given to you by the post office will be used. Submission by regular or registered mail is not advisable during a general interruption of postal service (e.g., during a labour dispute).
Once received, Tarion will send you a notice acknowledging receipt of your statutory warranty form and indicating whether or not it was received on time before the submission expiry date. If you do not receive confirmation within 10 days of submitting your form, please contact us.
Tarion will provide to you builder a copy of the statutory warranty form you submit to us.
You may also want to review our video, "Warranty Forms: Guidelines & Timelines", which provides valuable information about our statutory warranty forms, including what should and should not be included on these forms as well as the specific timelines for when each of the forms should be submitted.
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