One room in the front of our house leaks during a hard driving rain storms. The leaks are at the top of the window and at the floor -- both locations which seem to correspond to locations of weep holes in the exterior brick veneer.
Here is a picture of where it leaks at the top of the window.
Here is a picture of the weep holes:
My question: is it possible the rain is being driven into the weep holes? Or is this more likely clogged weep holes? Or is this an issue with the way it was built?
Bonus question: This house has a 10 year structural warranty from the builder and we are in year 9. Is this type of repair (to fix the exterior such that it stops leaking) the kind of thing that would be covered under such a warranty?