A homeowner should be investing in robust roofing for longer life security at home. And with this long-lasting investment in roofing, the assurance that comes with it must be known. Such guarantees will even add to your property’s value after you have agreed to sell it in the future.
A roof warranty is usually broken down into two types: one issued by the manufacturer and one provided by the roofer. Each of these promises has its own terms and covers.
Homeowners typically look out for the warranty period and not the inclusions. It is crucial that each homeowner should be familiar with this information, and all will be addressed in this infographic.
The first is item warranty by the producer. It only includes the fabrication flaws and the premature material degradation. It is very common with customers because it is often available free of charge or at low prices at times.
The second is full-system assurance. It consists of all roofing materials warranty as well as work defects. It can be compared to NDL or No Dollar Loan which ensures the manufacturer must pay the whole cost or expense of fixing or removing a defective roof.
Last is workmanship warranty which consists of improper handling and roofing materials installation warranty. This is often called or known as the labor warranty.
And for more information about roof warranties, check out this infographic.