Your roofing system is a large and complex investment, which is why you need to make sure its warranty is in place for your peace of mind. As a homeowner, you also have to read everything in it, keeping in mind its requirements and avoiding mistakes that could render it null and void. But how can you make sure that your roof’s warranty is really protecting you?
About Your Roof Warranty
The warranty that comes with your residential roofing system provides an added layer of protection against instances that prevent your investment from performing its intended function. Understanding the full extent of its coverage is imperative. Typically, roofing systems have two warranties – one that protects against material defects and another that protects against workmanship errors.
Knowing What Can Void Your Warranties
Taking your roofing warranties to heart is crucial to keeping them intact for the foreseeable future. Otherwise, you run the risk of doing any actions that can void them completely. For instance, it is not unusual for warranties to require policyholders to work with qualified professionals when having roof repair or maintenance work done. Doing so – but with someone other than your manufacturer-certified contractor – is one way to nullify your warranty. The same can be said when you disregard roof maintenance and install a new roof over the old one.
Krech Exteriors’ Roofing Warranties
Count on Krech Exteriors to deliver top-notch workmanship when it comes to your residential roof. We are able to provide clients with extensive warranties of both GAF and CertainTeed®, giving you an unparalleled level of protection you come to expect from a manufacturer-certified installer.
Our GAF roof warranty, for instance, includes not only coverage against material defects and installation errors as well as coverage against algae growth and wind resistance. When you work with us, you can rest easy knowing that your roof is installed with the latest manufacturer standards and techniques in mind.