If the VA inspected your home during the construction process there is a complaint procedure that you can follow. This process is in place in an attempt to get the builder to address and correct any construction defects. If the VA finds that the complaints are legitimate, the VA can then request that the builder take actions to correct the issues. The VA can not force a builder to correct the problems if he or she chooses not to. The VA will, however, take administrative sanctions against builders that do not cooperate and can refuse to do business with those builders in the future. It is important to remember that any such complaints must be filed within 12 months of ownership of the home. If the builder does not comply with VA requests, you may opt to pursue civil litigation against the builder.