WARRANTY REQUESTS


  • At this time, we do not accept pictures through the online Warranty Request application. You are welcome to share those pictures, on premise, with the warranty personnel who are working on your request.

  • Please review the RWC manual for information about warranty transfer. The RWC Manual can often be found by selecting your state on the Homeowners tab of the drhorton.com website.

BUILDING A NEW HOME


  • Thank you for your interest in D.R. Horton. At this time, we only build homes on property we own; however, we have homes and lots available across most of the United States.

  • When the community is ready to begin development it will appear on the D.R. Horton website. Keep checking drhorton.com and search for your desired area. Until then, complete a Contact Us Form and let us know what area you are interested in and a representative will contact you when the sales office is open.

WHO SHOULD I CONTACT


  • Go to dhtitle.com and select the state in which your home is located. You can then find the local office you should contact.

  • Go to dhimortgage.com to find your loan originator.

  • You can either go to drhortoninsurance.com, call 800-835-7602 or email InsuranceTeam@InsuranceMail.com.

  • Please submit your proposal at the Property Submittal section on the Contact Us page.

  • Requests for charitable contributions should be directed to the division office in your community. Please call the D.R. Horton office near you as found on the National Phone List.

  • Please visit the Careers section of the D.R. Horton website to find out about the opportunities that exist at D.R. Horton. Once you find a job that interests you, click on the Apply button, create an account and submit your application. Our Human Resources team will review your qualifications and contact you if there is a match.

  • To become a vendor, call the D.R. Horton office in your service area as found on the National Phone List.

  • Please call the D.R. Horton office in your service area as found on the National Phone List.

MISCELLANEOUS


  • Both can be correct at the same time. There are different ways to measure your home’s square footage. The livable or heated square footage includes measurements for all rooms of the home but exclude covered porches, balconies and attached garages. The footprint square footage excludes the covered porches and balconies but includes an attached garage. Finally, the total square footage under roof includes all the rooms, attached garages and covered porches and balconies. Also, you may have different square footage depending upon if the measurements are taken from the interior or the home versus the exterior of the home.