What is a Roofing Warranty?
When it comes to roofing warranties, there are several key details that homeowners should be aware of in order to ensure they’re getting the best protection possible. A warranty is a legally binding agreement between two parties (the manufacturer and the homeowner) that ensures the quality of a product for a certain period of time. Roof warranties can range from 5-50 years depending on what type and brand of material was used for installation, and can also include coverage for labor costs associated with any repairs or replacements needed during the duration of the warranty period.
What Warranties Does Roman Roofing Offer?
At Roman roofing, we offer a variety of warranties for all different types of roofing systems. From shingle to tile all the way to various metal roofing systems we offer something for everyone.
What Does My Warranty Cover?
The most important aspect when it comes to understanding roof warranties is knowing exactly what coverage you have available under your particular policy. Generally speaking, most warranties will cover materials defects as well as workmanship errors such as improper installation or inadequate maintenance procedures carried out by either party involved in the construction/installation process itself. Additionally some policies may also include coverage against extreme weather conditions like hail storms which cause damage beyond the control of both the property owner and contractor – however this varies greatly according to terms listed so make sure and double check specifics before signing the contract! Most roofing labor and material warranties in SWFL do not offer protection against hurricane or tropical storm winds.
It’s also important to note that many manufacturers offer different types and levels of warranty coverage – so be sure to compare all options carefully before making your selection. For instance, some brands might only offer basic protection against manufacturing defects while others might provide more comprehensive coverage including labor costs associated with repair/replacement processes too. Ultimately the decision rests solely upon the individual’s shoulders since no one knows their budget constraints better than themselves after all!
Finally, always make sure to read through fine print thoroughly prior to agreeing to any terms outlined within the respective policy being offered; indeed taking extra steps to familiarize yourself with potential exclusions helps avoid unpleasant surprises down the line once problems arise that need sorting out at a later date. Hopefully the information provided here today gave you a better understanding of the basics behind roofing warranties and can help enable you to make informed decisions based upon your own personal preferences moving forward.