Your windows are an important investment that you need to protect so you can have peace of mind. They enhance your home’s value, curb appeal and energy efficiency. As such, you’ll need to carefully plan your actions whenever you’re working on them. One of the ways they are protected is through the use of warranties that are provided by window companies should the products run into any defect during the manufacturing or installation process.
However, there are a lot of details and fine print surrounding these warranties that you have to be aware of. In this post, Renewal by Andersen® of Cape Cod, the replacement windows expert, shares the essential things you need to know about your replacement window warranty.
Your home windows are oftentimes covered by two kinds of warranties, namely, material and labor.
Material Warranty. The material warranty covers any factory defects that have affected the performance of your replacement windows. It covers a wide range of manufacturing issues and protects multiple parts of your windows. These include the window frame material, glass panel, hardware, glazing, and other attachments.
Labor Warranty. The labor warranty comes into effect if there is an issue caused by the installation process. This warranty is provided by your replacement windows company since they’re the ones responsible for working on your home. This means that if your contractor is responsible for any faulty installation, damage, or delivery problems, these will all be covered by the labor warranty.
Peace of Mind
If you’re working with a company like us that provides both material and labor warranty, you’ll experience unparalleled peace of mind, knowing that you’re protected by one of the most comprehensive warranties on the market. It also grants you a ton of convenience because you’ll only have to approach one company if you have concerns for both materials, and installation.
If you’re looking for the best windows on the market, turn to Renewal by Andersen of Cape Cod. Count on us for dependable window products and services. Call (508) 205-1200 or fill out our contact form to schedule a virtual consultation. We serve homeowners in Cape Cod, MA and the surrounding communities.